5 Best Drugstore-priced Lip Products with @RollyMag

Hi everyone,

The amazing Bel from 5-TO-TRY has invited me to share 5 of my favourite drugstore-priced lip products!

This will cover all your lip product needs – moisturising, tinting and long lasting colour!

 

1. Palmers Coconut Oil Lip Balm

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My absolute favourite lip balm is the Palmers Coconut Oil Lip Balm – it smells delicious and is so moisturising. The only downside is that it comes in a strange oval-shaped tube which is a little tricky to apply, but it is WORTH IT!

 

 2.  Burt's Bee Tinted Lip Balm

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Next up, is the Burt's Bee Tinted Lip Balm in the shade Red Dahlia. Initially, I was worried this colour was going to be really dark... however, I actually love it! It’s like your lips, but better. Not only is it a great lip colour (that is surprisingly long lasting!), it feels lovely and smooth.

 

3. Sephora Collection Coconut Lip Balm

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Technically, this isn’t a drugstore item, but it has a drugstore price! The Sephora Collection Coconut Lip Balm is similar to Palmers in that it smells delicious and is really moisturising... however, the round, regular shaped applicator is so much easier to apply, and the packaging is so cute!

 

 4. Maybelline Baby Lips Candy Wow

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Maybelline Baby Lips Candy Wow in the shade Mixed Berry is a really great lip product for a sheer, buildable colour. While you  shouldn’t rely on this as a lip balm as it isn’t a moisturising product (although it’s not drying either), it’s a great everyday lip colour!

 

 5. Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Creme

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Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Creme in Peony Buff is another one of my go-to lip products for a sheer colour that isn't drying on the lips. I admit, I've only used this shade, so can't speak on behalf of the entire range, however I love this pinky-nude colour. The applicator is perfect, and the thin design makes it easy to pop in your handbag. The only downfall of this product is that it really doesn't appear to "plump" my lips, as it claims. Personally, I don't mind as I love the product, but if that’s what you’re after, this might not be the right product for you.

 

There you have it, my 5 favourite lip products! I love a sheer, moisturising finish – and all these products achieve just that! All of these items (except the Sephora balm) can be purchased from the supermarket or local chemists – making them very accessible in terms of both location AND cost.

Thank you so much for featuring me, Bel!

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