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Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primer

Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primers on several of my favorite blogs, I decided to take the plunge and purchase a few. I got them barely even a week ago and in that short time they have become a new favorite in my makeup routine. They’ve ended being such a fantastic product, so I decided to do a full review and swatch the colors I got.

Melon Pop ($18). As soon as I tried it on, I knew it was going to become one of those “everyday” shades for me – it’s a neutral nude shade with just the right amount of pink to give your lips a little pop of color without being too bold.

Poppy Pop ($18) after hearing so many other beauty obsessives rave about it. I don’t have very many reds in my lip color collection, and I wish I would’ve added this one sooner. It’s a fun, bright orange-toned red that looks absolutely amazing when worn with stripes.

Plum Pop ($18), which I picked out for the upcoming fall season. My favorite colors to wear in autumn are plums and mauves, so this will definitely get a lot of love in the coming months. I love how it’s a plummy color yet still neutral and wearable.

Clinique Pop Lip Colour + Primer | A Girl, Obsessed

The formulation of these lipsticks is an absolute dream – since they have a primer built in, they’re incredible hydrating and smooth while still packing quite a punch in the color department. They glide onto your lips so easily, and the color stays for hours (especially Poppy Pop). I usually apply a small amount of lip balm before using any lipsticks, but with these I didn’t need it at all.

I’m so happy with the three colors I got and definitely plan on getting more in the future. I think these would be a great addition to anyone’s collection, and with the wide array of colors available I’m sure you’ll find the right shade for you. (Okay, now I’m starting to sound like a commercial.)

Have you tried any of the Clinique Pop Lip Colours? Which shade is your favorite?


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