with a broad range of 10 shades and a promise of colour and shine in one
I really liked the idea behind the concept and couldn't wait to road test a few shades!
The packaging is minimalist and sophisticated, I don't often state this about a lipstick that features a transparent cap!
It is slimline in size and looks really modern thanks to the silver tubing.
It is lightweight and well constructed.
What truly interested me about this lipstick line is that each shade is constructed of a colour core
but has a transparent gel surrounding barrier that is actually a moisturising clear gel
that provides the shine factor to each shade not to mention an SPF15.
I was sent three shades and as each shade varied in terms of pigment and finish I felt it was best to do
an individual colour and performance review rather than a post full of broad sweeping statements.
However I would like to say that these shades do not swatch well on the skin at all,
the do not represent the shade in a good light, the magic happens when they are applied to the lips.
Shade P4 Happy Pink - Pigment (7/10)
Out of all three shades this had the most pigment and really packed a punch in terms of colour pay off.
I would deem Happy Pink a bright blue based pink that can be easily built up to provide a bright cerise pink.
I found Happy Pink to bleed a little and settle a little into my lip creases not something that bothers me personally
but worth mentioning none the less.
This had a glossy and moisturising finish and was really comfortable to wear.
I achieved around an hour of wear before this shade faded and disappeared from my lips.
Shade P401 Guava (5/10)
I would deem this to be my favourite shade.
Guava is a peach meets brown shade that once applied leans towards the former rather than the latter.
It is a really natural twist on peach and should not look stark on any skin tone due to it being sheer.
Guava did not bleed but it was not as moisturising nor as glossy as Happy Pink.
Just as with Happy Pink this wore around the hour mark but was comfortable to wear.
Shade P103 Natural Glow (6/10)
I feel this is the middle ground shade out of the three shades in terms of pigmentation,
it gives a little more colour pay off than Guava but less than Happy Pink.
Natural Glow is a pinky brown shade that is neutral is tone.
I found this shade to be the most drying of the bunch and to have very little shine factor.
It wasn't as comfortable to wear but a pretty shade none the less,
as with all the shades this lasted around the hour mark before waning.
So have you tried the Shine Attract Line, if so what shades?
Shine Attract lipsticks retail for £8.50 each but are currently on offer for £5 on Avon Shop UK - link
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