Lipstick is a staple item in the cosmetics cupboard of women everywhere and it can be difficult to find the perfect match. The perfect shade, the perfect texture, the perfect wear and the perfect ethics; quite often you can find a lipstick that ticks some of the boxes but it’s not always easy to find the one that ticks all the boxes. That could be set to change if you find tmf’s Vegan Lips.
tmf Vegan Lips come in 10 sensational shades from quite nude and earthy to bright and vibrant pinks and reds. There is something for all tastes and skin tones.
This lipstick glides on smoothly with a matte finish that lasts through lunch, it is quite hard wearing and I have found it to be long lasting.
One of the great selling points for tmf’s Vegan Lips is the cruelty free, organically certified and vegan ingredients. Skin loves the jojoba oil to soothe, soften and regenerate; avocado oil offering essential fatty acid to restore moisture and balance; cocoa butter; rose oil and candellila wax which is a nutrient rich and highly absorbent plant based alternative to bees wax.
I have been wearing tmf Vegan Lips in Kate for a dash of pretty pink colour on my lips. It’s smooth and not sticky which is a good thing…but what I like the most is that there doesn’t seem to be a fragrance and there’s no real taste. Often over the years I have ended up with sticky lipsticks with a strong smell and a horrible taste but a great colour so they’ve needed a balm or gloss over the top just to make it wearable. That is definitely not an issue with tmf Vegan Lips, these lipsticks are perfectly comfortable to be worn just as they are.
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