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Monday, 27 September 2010

BWC New Lipsticks Swatches

A lot of work has gone in to researching and creating a stunning new range of lipsticks, eye shadows, concealers, pencils and nail polishes. More lines are expected in the future.


I was amazed at how pigmented these are considering they are naturally based, paraben free lipsticks.


click on any of the photographs for larger versions of the swatches.
Beauty Without Cruelty is one of my favourite all time brands, it stands for everything a great make up brand should be, quality with no compromises.







The darker shades of the lipstick can be used as lipstains as they are so pigmented, which makes them long wearing but they are not drying. A lot of the colours aren't too frosty either, but beautiful bold and sheer colours. These are very buildable, one layer will do fine for a wash of colour, another layer will add intensity. The lipsticks are glossy and moisturising without being too slippery or buttery. I wore this lipstick to the launch and it lasted from 6am to lunch time without any touch ups or primer.



For an every day colour to suit lighter skin tones, you can't go wrong with Tea Rose - which is a soft warm pink.



One of my favourites and top pick is called Azalea which is a deep hot pink (2nd in from the right).

I used the colour Wild Watermelon on my friend Julia for her band photoshoot yesterday, she loves the colour!

The design of the packaging is sleek and pretty in a black and white swan head repeating pattern. It is only a shame that many High Street retailers do not stock BWC, I can only wonder why as it is such a beautifully packaged and quality brand. I am lucky, there is a stand in my local independent department store - Boswells of Oxford.






You can buy and I suggest you do investigate these lipsticks from the online store at £9.99 each. All Beauty without Cruelty products are supported by the Vegan Society and Animal Aid groups!

See a video from the launch day here!


I was sent a few items of the ranges for review but I will be purchasing more as the product lines increase and are released. I will also post up a review and swatches of 8 of the loose mineral eye shadows I have been using.

7 comments:

  1. I love the last one - shame it usually costs the earth to but any of this stuff from india :-/

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  2. I am amazed at how deeply pigmented these are. Thanks for the pics and the post. Jan

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  3. Wow I love the tea rose and wild watermelon ones I want them now!!! Thanx for the pics. :)

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  4. These lipsticks are amazing, the rest of the range is pretty impressive too and I can't wait to review them! If you do buy any products, let me know how you get on with them! x

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  5. amazing colour! def going to try


    Cheers, B & Liv
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    B L I V B O O K: darling&diva ♥

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  6. nice ....bt nt available in india :(
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    do chck my blog...

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