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Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oil Review

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lise-watier-gourmand-lip-oil-in-daiquiri-reviewIf there’s one new beauty fad I can really get behind it’s lip oils, so I was pretty thrilled to see one of my favourite Canadian brands, Lise Watier, launch their own editions in two fruity scents. I’ve been falling in love with the Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oils in Daiquiri and Melon Martini over the past few weeks, and now it’s finally time to share them with you!

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The Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oils are available in two cocktail-inspired shades/scents. They come in a large clear tube which actually has a parrot on the lid. I’m not sure, but I love that little adorable touch!

lise-watier-gourmand-lip-oil-in-melon-martini-reviewThe applicator for the Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oil is a flat doefoot. The oil is a bit thicker but still quite runny, don’t leave the tube on the side like I did for that photo or you will lose some product! You’d think I’d have learned my lesson the first time I tried this with a lip oil… Applied to the lips, it gives a very glossy finish and is super comfortable. It really does feel like an oil, so there’s not tackiness or stickiness, and it sinks in over time leaving my lips feeling extra soft. However, definitely do not apply before eating since it’s 100% going to transfer.

lise-watier-gourmand-lip-oil-reviews lise-watier-gourmand-lip-oil-reviewLise Watier Gourmand Lip Oil is available in Melon Martini, a translucent yellow, and Daiquiri, a translucent red. You might get a super sheer tint with the red in comparison to the yellow, but they basically look the same applied. The scents are different, but both super delicious. I especially love the Melon Martini, since melon is such an unusual scent.

lise-watier-gourmand-lip-oil-in-melon-martini-swatchI’m absolutely hooked on lip oils and I’ve been reaching for these Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oils daily. The delicious scents and moisturizing shine are really lovely and although you may not need both in terms of pigmentation, you’ll be glad you’ve picked them both up when you start to run through one. I’m already starting to make a dent in both of mine!

Have you tried an lip oil yet? What do you think of the Lise Watier Gourmand Lip Oil?

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