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Lipsticks That Live In My Fridge #LipSwatchWeek

Weird title I know but very real.

Marcela was the first woman I saw with cosmetics in her refrigerator. Apparently, it preserves their life. I can't really get with that cause if I don't see it I don't remember to use it. Hence this post. These are the lipsticks that took up residence in my fridge because the Gully heat was too real for them.

Revlon Colorburst 'Rosy Nude'

This is so going in the next pink/mauve nude post. Isn't it pretty?

Revlon Colorburst 'Rosy Nude' swatch www.modenmakeup.com

No. 7 Sheer Temptation 'Fascinate'

This lipstick ole yuh. I got this when Too Good To Be $2 was still stirring. I love sheer lipsticks. This formula reminds me of the Revlon Lip Butters which also used to live in my fridge.

No. 7 Sheer Temptation 'Fascinate' swatch www.modenmakeup.com

Revlon Super Lustrous (Creme) 'Berry Haute'

The infamous. Allegedly a dupe for M.A.C 'Up The Amp'.

Revlon Super Lustrous 'Berry Haute' swatch www.modenmakeup.com

P2 Pure Color 'Carnaby Street'

This is the softest formula of the bunch so it definitely needs to live in the fridge. Heidi brought this back for me a while ago and I guess she'd be surprised to know I still have it. I'm usually not a fan of pink lipsticks but more and more soft pink shades are appealing to me.

P2 Pure Color 'Carnaby Street' swatch www.modenmakeup.com

Lipsticks be chilling...

Fridge lipstick stash www.modenmakeup.com
P2 'Carnaby Street', Revlon 'Berry Haute', No. 7 'Fascinate', Revlon 'Rosy Nude' swatches www.modenmakeup.com
T - B: P2 'Carnaby Street', Revlon 'Berry Haute', No. 7 'Fascinate', Revlon 'Rosy Nude'

Now for some #bts action. 

Would yuh believe that as #LipSwatchWeek come around some volcano decide to take residence on my face?

Revlon Colorburst 'Rosy Nude' swatch www.modenmakeup.com

#playahater

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