Korres recently tweeted the introduction of a new “Raspberry” liquid lipstick (it actually does contain raspberry and pomegranate extracts), and I was instantly intrigued. For the moment, it’s available online at Sephora.com (to Beauty Insiders only), or from Korres.com — but it’s not yet available in stores for swatching.
When I sneak peeked the new product, every single person who commented responded that they were interested in Nude Beige. Of the six shades available (Soft Pink, Nude Beige, Natural, Fuchsia, Red, and Berry), “Nude Beige” is not a shade I would choose for myself… but Korres shade names can be misleading, and I felt I ought to check out the shade you guys most wanted to see.
Nude Beige goes on as more of a “rosewood” — a little rose, a little brown. It looks warmer in sunlight, and as it wears, it wears to a more and more natural pink.
The formula feels fantastic; light and cool and extremely comfortable. When you first bring the doe’s foot to your mouth, you’ll notice a scent… like vanilla clay? It’s not unpleasant, and it really doesn’t last.
I think the only complaint anyone might have is that the tube is rather delicate for $22. But I’m really looking forward to swatching the other shades.
This product was provided to me for the purposes of swatching.