To anyone out there who is looking for the perfect all-natural lipstick then your search may just be over with RMS Beauty’s newest launch.
The internationally adored, organic makeup brand, RMS Beauty, known best for its divine little pots of concealer, foundation, cheek, and lip color, has taken a big step by launching traditional lipsticks that come in stick form. Like their critically-acclaimed, fan-beloved Lip2Cheek and Eye Polish pots, the new Wild With Desire lipstick collection features impeccably clean formulas, moisturizing castor oil, and rich pigments. All 10 shades in this gorgeous collection are full-coverage, long-lasting, and vibrant.
Packaged in aluminum, the tubes are light weight and easy to apply on the go. The formula’s finish is an impressively long-lasting, satin matte, with incredible color payoff. The brand is also launching three versatile lip liners to complement the lipsticks, in shades ranging from subtle Daytime Nude to eye-catching Dressed Up Red. The layered combination of the Wild With Desire’s lip liner and lipstick all but guarantees a lasting lip look that also happens to be made of natural and organic ingredients.
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RMS Red is founder Rose-Marie Swift’s signature color, which is a true, looks-good-on-everyone cherry red. VOGUE Pink is a version of the limited-edition shade of Lip2Cheek that previously sold out, Sweet Nothing is a unique-yet-wearable lavender, and Breathless is an orangey-nude that makes even the most basic no-makeup makeup feel a little extra-special. You can see the swatches of all 10 above.
And, just in case you somehow don’t see your perfect shade in the lineup, (which, if so, um, are you crazy?!), five additional shades will be released in March 2018, so keep an eye on RMS Beauty.
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