Arbonne® is adding a new shade to their Glossed Over Lip Gloss line. The shade Cardinal is a classic red that never goes out of style. Designers such Nina Ricci, DKNY and Oscar de la Renta had models on their runways sporting a red lip during New York Fashion Week. There is no better time to add this staple piece to your makeup bag. This fall, Arbonne will be introducing their new true red, Arbonne® Makeup Glossed Over Lip Gloss in Cardinal in celebration of the company’s 10th year in Canada and all things fall. Cardinal offers a timeless, sophisticated lip that is botanically based for soft, hydrated lips that shine with vivid color.
This shade is really pretty and although is quite sheer on my pigmented lips still adds a bit of color and makes me look alive on the days I don’t feel like wearing a full face of makeup. If you are intimidated by red lipsticks or liquid lipsticks I highly recommend trying out this shade to ease into it. It’s super moisturizing and does require application throughout the day. I know I will be rocking this gloss throughout the colder season when my lips will need more hydration.
Key Features and Benefits
- Naturally derived plant extracts help plump the appearance of lip texture, volume and shape while also hydrating and softening
- Peptides instill moisture and increase the appearance of lip volume
- Polymers provide a moisturizing hydro-lipid layer that helps color pigments disperse evenly for longer wear
- Leontopodium alpinum extract from the edelweiss plant soothes dehydrated lips with moisturizing properties
- Dermatologist-tested, certified vegan and hypoallergenic
What I Like
- Smooth application
- Sleek packaging
- Made with beneficial ingredients
- Paraben -free
What I Don’t Like
- A tad sheer for me
Arbonne is a company that sells cosmetics and skin care products. You can purchase their products online or through a rep much like Avon or Mary Kay. Arbonne products are cruelty-free and are also vegan except when stated as other wise. Arbonne lipsticks are free of parabens, talc, gluten, toluene and phthalates.They sell higher end cosmetics and skin care so you will notice higher prices, and as regular readers of my blog know I am trying to go more natural so I know it costs more to create products that are more natural. I personally think it’s worth buying some higher end cosmetics and know your not putting a bunch of chemicals and toxins on your skin or your face.
September, 22nd, 2016
DISCLOSURE This post contains product(s) sent from the company or their PR team for editorial consideration. All opinions are my own and unbiased for the products mentioned.