Being almost 2/3 of the way through Winter has put us in a bit of a positive and playful mood, so we decided to have a bit of fun with the Burt’s Bees Gloss Lip Crayons, and inject some colour into the dreary Winter weather we’ve been having.

 

 

The Lip Crayons glide smoothly onto lips to deliver a beautiful lush glossy colour. One swipe provides a gorgeous hint of colour, whilst a second swipe builds into medium-full coverage. The moisture rich chubby crayons come in six wearable shades and the formula, infused with natural Kendi Oil, Jojoba Oil and Shea Butter provides up to 8 hours of moisture, leaving lips nourished, soft and hydrated. The no-sharpening, wind up precision crayon tip makes it super easy to apply this creamy lip colour, and the chubbiness of the stick is great for older hands to hold. As a bonus, if you prefer natural and recyclable beauty, the Lip Crayons are made with 100% natural ingredients and the packaging is 100% recyclable. Our favourite shades – although they’re all pretty good are (pictured left to right – images not to scale) – Bordeaux Vines for Autumn/Winter, Outback Oasis for Spring/Summer, and Santorini Sunrise for all year round! 2.83g RRP $16.95 each.

 

 

Hydrate and soften your lips first with the 100% natural Burt’s Bees Chai Tea Lip Balm, for super moisturised lips, and longer lasting colour. Perfect for the Winter weather, the limited edition Lip Balm combines cinnamon, tea and nutmeg with pepper and cloves, in a subtle sweet yet spicy formulation that will leave you feeling as though you’ve just spoilt yourself with your favorite cup of tea. 1 slick of this left my lips moisturised for over 8 hours (even with the Winter winds). 4.25g RRP $6.95. 

 

 

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