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The formula is light, non-sticky, and non-drying. It is possible to build somewhat up to the bullet colour with multiple swipes. Although getting even coverage is fairly easy, Peach on the Beach sometimes end up a bit patchy. The brand promises 10 hours of wear, but I would only get about 4 hours. These would leave very clear marks on a drinking cup, but the colour would still remain vivid on the lips.
Red Sunrise leans more towards a watermelon than a true red, but that makes the colour easy to wear for most skintones. Fuschia Libre is a raspberry while Peach on the Beach is a peachy-pink. Orange Punch may look a bit too bright in the bullet, but the orange tint overlays my natural lip color to produce a gorgeous coral color.
These lip crayons come in slightly translucent caps and the bullets are retractable twist-ups. Over all, despite building up my anticipation over a month's time, I like these as much as I thought I would.
These lip crayons contain SPF 15 and retail for £7.99 each.
How do you feel about these lip crayons?