Crunchi Lips

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I am a mega fan of the Crunchi Beautifully Flawless foundation – and the entire Crunchi philosophy – so I was really curious about their lip products! I partnered up with my go-to Crunchi gal, Erica Davis, to bring you this lipstick and gloss review!

Crunchi Lipsticks are made with super natural ingredients. They are comprised of a base of waxes and oils which are nourishing and hydrating (castor, beeswax, and jojoba among the many), and also several extracts like lavender and rosemary. I feel like I’m always looking for the perfect bitten raspberry shade lipstick. I want a color that can transition from lunchtime to dinner dates and never look out of place, so I chose the shade Serendipity. It’s a warm, deep, romantic pink shade. It brightens my complexion, but doesn’t look like I’m trying too hard either. It is absolutely perfect for all occasions and looks pretty and polished. I love the formula, too. It’s super creamy and not overly matte; it actually feels like a balm. It also doesn’t feather or bleed on me, nor do I get the build up where my lips touch. It’s actually pretty fabulous all around.

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For the lipgloss, I chose the shade Juxtaposition which is a pretty peachy rose-gold with shimmer. I wanted a shade that would look gorgeous on its own or layered over lipsticks too, and this is just the right one! I find I grab this a lot on days I’m in a hurry but want to add a little something extra to my lips. It’s super shiny without being overly sticky, plus the shimmer is just enough to catch the light without being garish. These are also formulated with oils, waxes, and several butters like cocoa seed butter and shea butter. They are hydrating and I find it wears for several hours before needing a touch up.

Both the lipstick and lipgloss are non-toxic, gluten and GMO free, and Leaping Bunny Certified. They also both smell subtly of vanilla.

Need some Crunchi in your life? Erica has you covered! 

 

 

*Product gifted, all thoughts are my own.

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