Miners Cosmetics have recently relaunched their range of lipsticks, and added some new ones to their collection. The redeveloped formulas ensure longer lasting and super-saturated colour. And they even have new packaging!
I’ve been super-lucky enough to have received almost the whole collection to sample! Thanks Miners! Don’t they look gorgeous all lined up on a cake stand?
The collection includes: the Moisture Effect, the Matte Effect, and the Lip Colour.
First up are the Lip Colour lipsticks. The lip colour glides onto your lips with ease, leaving them with vivid colour. The new forumulation is developed to coat your lips with strong colour without leaving them dry or flaky. The range comes in 8 different shades. My favourite from my selection is the hot pink Glamour Girl!
|From left to right: Seduction, Dreamer, Icon, and Glamour Girl.|
|Swatches from left to right: Seduction, Dreamer, Icon, and Glamour Girl.|
The Moisture Effect lipsticks are an entirely new range from Miners. Each lipstick is infused with Aloe Vera and Jojoba oil to ensure a moist lip finish. It locks in moisture whilst leaving them with a juicy colour. I wore the Moulin Rouge colour when I went to TOWIB and it kept my dry lips very moist and full of colour. I love the bold shades in this range.
|From left to right: Moulin Rouge, Hush Hush, Kiss Me Quick, English Rose.|
|Swatches from left to right: Moulin Rouge, Hush Hush, Kiss Me Quick, English Rose.|
The Matte Effect lipstick are formulated to leave your lips with a high pigmented, matte colour, without leaving them dry. These lipsticks have a great effect that leave your lips natural looking but full of colour. I love matte effect lipsticks, and my favourite colour is Fiesta! Vixen is a devilishy bold purple!
|From left to right: Wonderland, Barely Buff, Fiesta, Vixen.|
|Swatches from left to right: Wonderland, Barely Buff, Fiesta, Vixen.|
Overall I love the new collections from Miners and my favourite is the Moisture Effect range, as I suffer from dry lips, especially in the winter. The colours are great, but I don’t particularly love the packaging. The transparent plastic on the lid seems a bit ‘naff’, but I like that you can see the actual lipstick colour in the bottom. Its much more accurate than a printed sticker!
Each of these lipsticks reatil for £3.99 each, and they are available to buy from MinersCostmetics.co.uk.