An anti-aging lipstick? Like the sound of that? Well, then you may want to take a look at the Mary Kay True Dimensions lipsticks.
These are touted to have a creamy texture reminiscent of the balm-lipstick hybrids we’ve been seeing a lot of, with the inclusion of a peptide that attracts moisture and boosts collagen production in the lips for the appearance of firm, smooth lips. So, you know I’m a lipstick buff – how did I like it?
In all honestly, the texture is quite pleasing and I can say, is very comfortable on. If you hate how lipsticks feel, you should take a look at these because they feel weightless yet have an almost opaque colour on lips, that isn’t drying at all.
The colour I have however, is less appealing to my senses. Pink Cherie is a bubblegum pink shade in tube that applies pretty much as it looks on lips. If you love pink lipstick then you will like this one. It has a youthful feel and pink lips are popularly known to make you look younger (the same way red lips can make a person look more mature). Another thing that makes this Mary Kay True Dimensions lipstick interesting is the packaging.