I could kick myself I have somehow managed to permanently delete most of the images
that belonged to this post so I wholeheartedly apologise for the lack of photos.
Yes I could have taken more but I strongly dislike taking photos of used items.

Unlike the previous Clairns Spring Collection items I have shared with you these comes neatly
packaged in a heavy weight high chrome silver case.
The lipstick is heavy and feels expensive not to mention luxury, 
with each item delicately embossed with a "C" you can see the effort and detail involved -
even the lipstick bullet has the word Clarins engraved upon it.

Aesthetics aside the packaging more than protects the lipstick housed inside.
Baby Pink is a clean bright milky pink hue
that has a strong blue undertone resulting in it being cool in tone.
It is very like Viva Glam Gaga 1 but a touch more glossy.
Personally this shade did no favours for my medium skin tone and washed me out slightly,
I always find bright light pinks very difficult to pull off...some suit them others don't.
Again this has a sheen like finish but is frost in formula.

Baby Pink is a little drying as are most frost lipsticks
but it wasn't uncomfortable to wear, you can remedy the light drying effect
by applying a little slick or lip balm before or/and after application
or you can simply layer a layer of gloss on top.
The pigmentation was good and the formula applied without bleeding
and/or flaking which is always a relief.
In terms of wear this shade lasted around 3 hours before requiring a touch up.

Product Summary
Round Up - A moisturising long wearing formula.
Best For - Those who require high pigmented lip colour that lasts well and is moisturising.
Pigmentation - (7/10) Well pigmented but do require a little build up to gain full coverage.
Availability - Available from all Clarins counters and stockists for £16.50 from February 

The above products were sent for consideration of review.
I was not compensated in any shape or form
and the opinions viewed in this review are 100% honest.