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COLOR RICHE SHINE ADDICTION

The iconic Color Riche lipstick by L'Oréal Paris goes shine, taking colour vibrancy into a whole new dimension.


TURN ON YOUR SHINE

Finally a shine that doesn’t fade or compromise on colour.
SNAP, SWIPE, BOOM!

With new Color Riche Shine the richest shine meets the richest colour. Switch on your Parisian chic with the 12 kissable, irresistible shades that shine effortlessly on the lips.

Live every moment with audacity, because you're worth it.


TURN ON YOUR SHINE

COLOR RICHE SHINE FORMULA


Color Riche Shine has a break through formula that evenly blends rich pigments and faceted simmers to magnify bold colours without compromising intensity.

 

Skin Melting Technology

Melts with body temperature for extreme comfort and intense hydration.

 

Coconut Oil Extract

Infused with glossy oils and holographic pearls to project the ultimate multidimensional shine.

 

Rich Pigments

For magnified bold colours.

COLOR RICHE SHINE FORMULA

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HOW TO OMBRE LIP

Not just reserved for hair, the ombré technique has moved to makeup to create a puckered, two-toned pout. Ombré lips play with the light to accentuate the natural curves of your mouth. The technique is a great way to play with colours, textures and use a multitude of lip shades, but how should you fade one bright colour into another?

Step 1: To prep your lips for this look, scrub your lips by either using a lip scrub or gently massaging them with a toothbrush. This will provide a smooth canvas to apply the colour to. Follow with a lip balm and blot with a tissue. Step 2: To be an ombré pro, apply primer to your lips alongside concealer to create a neutral base, deceiving the eye by creating a new lip line. Step 3: Lip liner is your secret weapon when it comes to prepping your lips for an ultra-defined pout. You can use lip liner to line your lips and help prevent colour from bleeding, or to fill in your lips before applying any lipstick. It’s recommended that a lip liner should be no more than two shades darker than your natural lip colour. With your chosen liner, outline lips and shade in the corners to add dimension – to give the illusion of slightly fuller lips, go outside the natural contours of your lips. Step 4: Take your lip brush and the lighter shade of your two lipsticks, starting by blending from the outer part of your pencil line and then working towards the centre. Take care not to put too much lipstick on the centre of your lips, as this is where you’ll want the lightest part of your ombré colour. Begin to blend the colours, ensuring you still have a two-tone effect. To achieve this, go lightly and be careful to not over-blend. This might take a few attempts and reapplications, but practice makes perfect. Step 5: Apply highlighter to your cupid’s bow, just above your top lip, to accentuate your lips and get them looking their fullest. Follow with a stroke of bronzer just below your bottom lip to create the illusion of a fuller, luscious pout.

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