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Lakme Fantasy Collection Satin Enrich Lipsticks

Lakme has launched new Enrich Shades from 131 to 138 as a part of the Fantasy Collection.

Price: Rs. 225 /- per peice

Available as a part of Fantasy Collection

Shades: I'm reviewing shades 131, 137 & 138

What I liked: 

1. The formula seems to be better - they are more creamy & moisturising as compared

131, 137 & 138
2. Long lasting - they all leave a tint behind, esp shade 138. It stays for around 3-4 hours.

3. Priced decently at 225/-

4. Some of the shades like 137, 138 have a lot of shimmer - but this shimmer is very fine & it doesn't not travel all over the face. It stays put on the lips

What I don't like

1. No cribs with the formula - the packaging is a bit boring but am ok as long as the lipstick is affordable.

2. The shimmer is a little difficult to take off.

The shades:

Shade 131 - is a glossy barbie milky pink shade with no shimmer. However I need to use some foundation on my pigmented lips to help the true color shine through


Shade 137 - is a shimmery reddish orange shade. I don't like this one so much. It does look fun & summery, but this is just a shade that I don't wear personally.

Shade 138 -  Berry shade with multicolor shimmer. This is most def. an evening or night shade as it has quite a bit of shimmer. The color is very deep & gorgeous - it leaves behind a very nice berry tint. While there is a lot of shimmer - it looks really fab layered with clear lip gloss. This is my fav from the trio

L to R: 131, 137 & 138
Over Opinion: The shade selection this time is really nice & fresh compared to the regular old browns & brown tinted shades that Lakme is so famous for. Those of you who are looking for a change will find something that catches your eye. I think shades 131 to 134 are matt & the rest are all shimmery. The shimmer is very fine, but then not everyone likes shimmer in their lipsticks - so you might wanna consider that before purchasing.

Product sent by Company / PR for review, but that has not affected my opinion in any way. 

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  1. 131 is so pretty! I might get it :). Beautiful swatches T


  2. 131 and 137 are gorgeous. not what you'd normally expect from lakme.

  3. I love 131..3-4 hrs of stay for Rs 225 is not bad :)

  4. loved loved loved the 138....also liked the 137 but it does look different in the swatch and i the tube...(loved it in the tube)..and 138 on the swatch and the tube as well:))

  5. 131 is super pretty..I knew ur favorite wud be berry :)

  6. I have the 135 and i love it.


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