Review Bourjois Paris Rogue Edition Lipstick

2016 was all about bold eyes and sparkly face; it was a fantastic year for all makeup enthusiasts as a lot of different brands came out with a bunch of exciting products. I’ve spent a lot on makeup and books this year, and I am glad that I worked overtime to get what I wanted. I’d like you to know that the winter season is my favourite from the lot. Who doesn’t like Christmas? I enjoy spending time with my loved ones, and the best part is that I get to eat as much as I want.

You must be aware of the fact that I adore lip products, and I invest most of my money in bold and vampy lipsticks. I do not like to wear pinks or nudes; I usually go for a bold lip with minimal eye makeup. Anyway, Bourjois Paris recently came out with a new collection called ‘Rouge In The City’; the collection altogether has 6 different lipsticks, and I got the opportunity to try one of them. The shade that I own is called ’44 Red-Belle’; it’s basically a classic red lipstick. The lipstick comes in a sturdy packaging and claims to stay for approximately 12 hours. I went to the KIBF 2016 this past week and wore this shade for approximately 7 hours; it remained intact throughout the day.

Now that we have discussed everything about the lipstick and its lasting power, I’d like to talk about the pigmentation. As I have stated before, I love bold colours, and I want my lipsticks to be opaque; you can build up the intensity by applying 3 to 4 layers, but it gives a decent amount of pigmentation in 2 swipes. Moreover, this particular lipstick feels soft on my lips. I have been wearing it on a daily basis as it moisturises my lips really well.

Key points:

Long lasting
Good pigmentation
Inexpensive and easily accessible
Sturdy packaging

That’s pretty much for now. I hope you lovely lasses like my post and I shall see you in the next one.

Availability:, Lifestyle, Boots, Naheed supermarket, Imtiaz.

Price: AED 75

Until next time!

4.5/5 – Recommended

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