A Little Kiss Each Morning
Sephora's Round A Kiss Lip Palette: A Review
I bought this palette because I thought the Easter grass shade was a lip gloss. Why would I ever want a mint green lip gloss?
There are a myriad reasons.
1. I do not own any green lipstick or glosses.
2. I theorized that the green gloss would look quite smashing with fuchsia lippies.
3. I was bored.
4. I was just looking for my next beauty fix.
5. I had just purchased blue suede platform shoes that I could not walk in. I was feeling that crazy high from making unwise shopping decisions.
6. Sometimes it is too hard to leave a Sephora store without buying something.
7. Blogger research.
I never bothered to look at the back of the palette.
The green shade is not a gloss at all. It is an exfoliating treatment. I can not say I am too disappointed about my dashed lippie plans. This is a mild and gentle exfoliating formula. The rice grain particles are as rough as a cotton ball. The taste and smell is a strong peppermint. This kryptonite lippie managed to smooth my lips with no gunk or grit. Results were immediate and the no mess was a welcome change.
The milky white shade is a hydrating balm. It was ultra-rich with essential oils. This felt very high end.
Like La Mer?
The pink shades were pigment weak but added a nice dash of sheer rose to the lips. I thought the blue based fuchsia was going to win my heart but instead it was the baby pink. It was blue based milky shade. In the pan it looks "run of the mill". On the lips it was quite pretty and feminine.
This was a high performing and cost effective beauty purchase with no guilt involved. It can be found at your local Sephora for $8. It was originally $15.