OK, these are not for your pulse points. The new look like roller ball perfumes, but they’re for lips (MWAH!), not wrists.
These lip oils do smell good, though… A little like vanilla, and they taste like it, to, so if you get any crazy ideas, who am I to deny you the thrill of slathering the crook of your neck with a luminous, jojoba- and coconut-laced lip oil?
Knock yourself out, kid.
I’ll be saving each precious drop of these juicy $54 click-y tubes o’ tint for my pout, which is no longer demanding the moisture it so richly deserves thanks to these hydrating helpers.
I’m kinda surprised I like them as much as I do, considering how slippery they are. But the oils feel good. So good… Especially when you’re rubbing the roller ball back and forth, back and forth…
I actually just stopped typing so I could do it with Hibiscus Kiss, and y-e-s, it was satisfying. Just like a Snickers.
Tom is frickin’ crazy if he thinks many women will throw down $54 for a lip tint, but I have to say, I’ve happily handed over $42 to the Sephora monster quite a few times for the Hourglass No. 28 Lip Oil (which is just as moisturizing as this, but thicker, un-tinted and stickier), so $54, while borderline insane for what’s more or less a shiny, tinted lip oil, doesn’t seem like that much more of a jump. Or, that could just be me trying to justify the makeup math in my head. *shrugs*
They’re hella expensive, but that’s usually Tom Ford’s deal. They’re available right now as part of .
I like these and the colors, but FYI, I’d probably just get one…because they all kinda look the same after a while.
My fave’s magenta Hibiscus Kiss, though, because I can really see the color, even on my pigmented lips, which consequently look super juicy.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,