I know most deem anything remotely coral or orange toned a summer product but I say pish- tosh!
Actually I don't as I've never uttered those words in reality but when you like something you like, 
seasonably appropriate or not (I'm such a rebel in my head) and that's how I feel about coral make-up,
even if Autumn is knocking at the door!

Mememe have a line of light up lip glosses - nine shades in total, that come presented in 
a transparent tube, have a doe foot wand, a mirror on one side and a light up function which is
activated once the lip gloss wand is removed from the tube.
The light up function is best used at night or in dull places more than likely what it was designed for, 
touch up's in night clubs/back of a taxi etc (regardless of how I word it, it's always going to sound dodgy) 
but in daylight the light can be hindering and a little blinding making application a tad troublesome.

As mentioned there is nine shades and I have the bright orange from the collection which is dubbed blaze.
Blaze is of course orange but with a yellow undertone so it is fairly neutral and should suit most.
I find it to look wonderful on it's own but it also works wonderfully well layered over coral or red lip sticks.
I personally love it over Mac So Chaud for a brighter than bright red orange!

The Mememe Light Me Up High Shine Lip Glosses have a light minty scent and are fairly thick in texture,
the consistency works well with the doe foot applicator and applies evenly in one clean swipe.
Blaze has a high level of colour pay off and although not fully opaque it is one of the better pigmented lip glosses on the UK high street and is pretty akin to a liquid lipstick product.
I found the Mememe Light Me Up High Shine Lip Glosses comfortable to wear, moisturising albeit a little sticky but nothing unbearable and the lasting power to be a little under two hours per application.

Mememe Light Me Up High Shine Lip Glosses in Blaze* £4.99/6ml - link