Multiple Looks With L’Oreal Paris HIP Color Presso Lip Gloss
Have you seen the new lip glosses a part of the L’Oreal Paris HIP High Intensity Pigments collection? It’s called Color Presso and features two different colors of lip gloss in one.
Since there are two different colors, you can use them to create an infinite number of shades. I decided to give you a little look at what you can come up with when you use the L’Oreal HIP Color Presso Lip Gloss.
For this, I’m using the 380 Fashionista version of the gloss. It features a reddish color and a beige color, both shimmery and shiny. Check out the picture to the right.
You can find this product at drug stores and other mass market retailers, like Target. You can usually find it for $13.00.
Now, let’s get down to business.
Here’s how the applicator looks:
As you can see, each color comes out on its own. You can squeeze both colors together to get the same amount, or do more of one and less of the other.
So, how much you use of each color will affect how the gloss looks on your lips. I tried a few different configurations.
Here’s my lips with just the light colored gloss and none of the red. It added a nice shine and shimmer with just a light beige color.
Here’s how it looks when you have mostly beige and just a bit of red.
This is how it looks when you have mostly red, with a dash of beige.
And here’s how it looks with just red gloss.
As you can see, you can have a whole range of lip looks with this.
What I liked best about the Color Presso lip gloss is that:
- It wasn’t sticky at all.
- It smelled really good (like caramelized sugar.)
They have other color combos, too.Â You can check them out here.