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I originally blogged about this product nearly two years ago but wanted to reintroduce it because (1) probably no one read it the first time and (2) ChapStick isn’t going to cut it… some of you guys need something stronger. Thanks to my friend Ashley (@msficklin) gifting me a Sephora gift card for my birthday, I was able to buy bulls*** such as the Sugar Advanced Therapy Lip Treatment.
This ultra-hydrating lip treatment corrects and conditions lips for a smooth, youthful-looking finish. It is scientifically proven to repair the lips—significantly boosting moisture, enhancing volume, and improving the definition of the lip area. It is fortified with a high concentration of ultra-nourishing, age-delaying ingredients including hyaluronic spheres to penetrate the skin, fill in wrinkles, and plump the appearance of lips, and sea fennel extract to help smooth fine lines and define the lip area.
While talking about you guys in front of your faces, I neglected to mention that my lips are always super dramatic and dry. I guess the constant use of matte lipstick isn’t helpful but I like to live my life on the edge! #ThugLife As stated during a previous post, I apply it every night and on days I don’t wear any lipstick (which is never). Now hold on to your edges, this retails for 26 bucks! But guess what? In the year and a half I’ve been using it, I’ve only purchased it 3 times (which is every 6 months). Did you like how I broke that down for you? For more info, visit Sephora.
During that same trip, I bought Fineliner Ultra-Skinny Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Cobalt Blue. I’ve already reviewed this product in black so when you read it, imagine it in blue…
I also received a pissy birthday gift that I have yet to try. It’s a travel-size version of Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner and Le Marc Lip Creme Lipstick in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (baked rose).
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