Barry M Colour Changing Lip Paint Review | Genie & Neptune

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Barry M have recently expanded their Colour Changing Lip Paint range with a new shade launch. Neptune is a Bright Blue Lipstick that magically changes colour before your eyes when applied to your lips it transforms into a unique to you shade of dark pink.

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Genie, the older sibling of Neptune, is a Vibrant Green Lipstick which transforms into a Unique to you shade of Pink. The Colour transformation occurs due to a chemical reaction where the lipstick reacts to the alkaline of the lips creating a unique shade.

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Genie & Neptune were an impulse buy after spotting Neptune on the Boots Website; a beautiful blue lipstick that transforms upon application. These Colour Changing Lip Paints may seem like a bit of a novelty purchase; because who wouldn’t want to try a lipstick that reacts to your alkaline levels to create a unique to you shade?

These Lipsticks apply like a dream, they glide onto the lips effortlessly, no dragging or streaking. The pigmentation is subtle but buildable, and the colours are super wearable. For me Genie transforms into a beautiful bright pink and Neptune into a gorgeous lilac pink and both leave behind a beautiful lip stain, which lasts for hours.

I love these Lip Paint Colours, I love the innovative colour change, the shades they transform into and the stain effect they leave behind. They are truly beautiful lipsticks!! I would definitely recommend!

Have you tried Genie/Neptune?

Shop The Post:

Barry M Lip Paint (NEPTUNE) £4.99

Barry M Lip Paint (GENIE) £4.99

**Boots Offer** Barry M Chisel Cheeks Contour Kit £6.49 **Free when you spend £8 on Selected Barry M Products**



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