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Lakme Lip Love Lipsticks - Preview

Lakme has launched a new range of lipsticks called Lakme LipLove. The packaging is pretty neat - the lipsticks are engraved with the word LOVE. Here are some images of the shade that I got - Aphrodite's Blush.

They are priced around 500 Rs, and there are some 20 different shades. I quite liked some them, and bought this one first to test it out.






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  1. That looks cute...Love Lipstick..hehe..Quit different from their usual style..Thanks for the heads up Tanveer.

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  2. Heard about this one but didnt see it. Thanks for the preview dear. Wish you a very happy new year in advance :)

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  3. so they have a new one too..didn;t know that...look beautiful:)

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  4. oh i didn't know about this new lip love. the shade looks awesome

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  5. the packaging is fantastic...but a lil pricey...are they creamy????

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  6. cool color & snazzy packaging! waiting for the review :)

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  7. @AOYV: Thanks! They have some nice shades in this range :D

    @GGG: You are most welcome - honestly the lipstick is nothing like Lakme - snazzy packaging, I like :D

    @Beautydiva: happy new year to you too! You had heard of it?? I was completely unaware, spotted it on the counter & I was like - what is this snazzy red thing with hearts on it??

    @Anamika: Yup, new launch.. yes, they look very good :D

    @Rima: neither did I, a new launch :)

    @SSG: yet to use them, they seem creamy tho. Can't say for sure.. I'm ok paying 500 bucks for a lippie - as long as it is worthy of it.

    @IMW: :D... i hope this turns out to be nice :D

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  8. very pretty shade and pls review it fast :) .. the color is adorable tanz isnt it ??

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  9. ohh my God...it sooooo beautiful shade Tanveer..love it...surely will want to buy it...yes..you are right, it is worthy of it.

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  10. i lovve the shade yv got !

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  11. new launch from Lakme!! but whts with their prices?? wht kind of shades do they have ? any nice pinks? waiting for the review coz I am not way buying anything from Lakme without a feedback!!

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  12. @Rashmi: Sure, I'll review it tomorrow.

    @Rakhshanda: They have some very nice shades in this series. I hope you like them too

    @PnB: Thanks

    @Bhumika: Yup, even I like it a lot.

    @HD: Yes, another new launch & these are imported from Italy.

    I think they are positioning these as Lakme's answer to Revlon's colorburst. In terms of shades - they have some nice rosy pink shades as well as brown ones. hehhehehe, I will review it soon :D

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  13. nice colour
    www.beautyrushwithash.blogspot.com/2010/12/15-seemingly-not-so-serious-bloopers.html

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