topshop lip crayon swatches

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I thought I'd round all my swatches up of the Topshop Lip Crayons for one easy to reference post. I own pretty much all of the Topshop Lip Crayon's and use them very regularly. While they aren't the easiest to work with, due to the fact some of their formulas are very drying and cling to the lips. The shades are second to none. A really wide range of wearable colourd from neutral pinks to deep dark purples. Topshop describe these lip crayons have a "velvet matte" finish, although I'd put them firmly in the matte camp. Some have a powdery, dry texture to them despite also being quite creamy at the same time. The Topshop Lip Crayon range also has a few glossy pencils as well as some sparkly ones. I found they work best when used on freshly exfoliated lips or over a balm. Despite all their flaws, they are among my favourite drugstore lip items and all cost an affordable £7.

It is worth noting that Topshop to chop and change their Lip Crayons depending on the season. So whats in stock does vary from time to time. Click any of the above lip crayon names above to go to their specific reviews or see check below for quickie shade descriptions!

Shade Description:
Topshop Powder Room Lip Crayon: A pretty matte soft pink.
Topshop Clueless Lip Crayon: A punchy bright neon pink.
Topshop Royal Lip Crayon: A glossy burnt plum.
Topshop Secret Party Lip Crayon: A glittery mid tone blue pink.
Topshop Arcade Lip Crayon: A classic retro red.
Topshop Hedonist Lip Crayon: A bright orange red.
Topshop Wave Goodbye Lip Crayon: A glossy milky nude pink.
Topshop Coy Lip Crayon: A perfect peachy pink.
Topshop Suspect Lip Crayon: A gothic berry brown purple.
Have you tried the Topshop Lip Crayons?
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