CHARLOTTE TILBURY

K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick-bitch perfect

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CLINIQUE BALM

Pop Lip Colour-melon pop

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In testing the shades Bitch Perfect in Charlotte Tilbury and Melon Pop in Clinique, I found that even though both are beautiful colors, they aren't too close. Bitch Perfect is more of a peach pink color, while Melon Pop is more of vibrant pink. Other than that both these lipsticks have a beautiful satin finish and leave the lips feeling moisturized, and have the bonus of one swipe pigmentation. The Clinique Melon Pop did, however, turn up as the winner as far as wear time goes. It lasted a full day, only one reapplication after eating, and left my lips feeling moisturized longer. I'm sure with the wide range of colors anyone can find the color they like in this awesome lipstick!

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