Have you ever wanted to touch up your makeup but found that it was too dark to do so? Well, ModelCo came up with the perfect solution to help ladies everywhere touch up their lipstick in the dark. LipLights Lipstick comes with a built in flashlight and mirror, perfect for glamouristas on the go. So, whether you’re in a car with limited lighting or caught in a dim situation, this new lipstick can actually save the day. The product, while innovative and practical, has its benefits and drawbacks.
The product does a great job of going on smooth as it’s silky and moisturizes upon application. The shade we tried was called, “Dusk,” which was a nice brown color, ideal for daytime looks.
We loved how rich the product was and how it came with a mirror embedded in the lipstick cap. Normally, we’d have to dig in our purses to find our compact in order to apply the lipstick. With this product, we we skipped that step and saved time.
Unfortunately, there was one drawback. The light on the base of the lipstick was a bit too bright for our tastes, almost blinding upon first try. Lesson learned: you have to point it directly at your lips and then turn it on, otherwise you end up looking like a squinting Halloween creature with a flashlight under its chin.
Name: Lipstick Lights
Company: Model Co
Lasting Power: several hours
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