Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm : Review

 

Chambor lipsticks were among the first lipsticks I tried and I remember going back for more and more shades as the formula was so great on the lips! It is only natural for a brand that makes great hydrating lipsticks to come out with a Lip balm! Today I’m reviewing the newly launched Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm.

Price : Rs 295 for 4 g

 

 

Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm
Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm

 

Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm
Chambor Velvet Lips SPF 15 Lip Balm

 

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The favorites tag ~ Your favorite lip balm

 

My favorite lip balm - Kiehl's #1 lip balm
My favorite lip balm – Kiehl’s #1 lip balm

 

My favorite lip balm is Kiehls #1 Lip balm hands down! It is super SUPER moisturizing and has an instant softening effect on the lips. It is simply fabulous! I forgot to pack it with my things when I came home for Diwali and with the dry wintry weather here, my lips are sorely missing my favorite lip balm. At Rs 500. it is pricier than your average lip balm but it is so good! You can read my review HERE.

 

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3 Easy Lipstick application tips for Flawless Lips!

 

Now you would think lipstick application is the easiest to do, do I need tips for that? If you find lipsticks looking too dry or gloopy on your lips or find that they wear off too soon, or just find them looking unflattering on your lips, these 3 tips might help you to achieve a nicer finish and longer lasting color.

 

3 Easy Lipstick application tips for Flawless Lips
3 Easy Lipstick application tips for Flawless Lips

 

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1. Moisturize lips before applying lipstick

 

The trick I use here is that I apply a thick layer of lip balm on my lips when I start my makeup. By the time I’m done with my face and eyes, the lips have become soft and hydrated. All dead/flaky skin is also softened by this point and comes off easily when wiped with a towel/cloth. I then wipe off the balm so that the lipstick doesn’t slip and slide over it.

If you apply lipstick on a heavy layer of balm, it is bound to wear off soon as the balm gives a slippery base to it.

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