Elle 18 is the brand that girls usually get when they are in high school or early college. The USP of this brand is mainly easy-to-the-pocket prices, girly colors and good quality. Here is a review of the Elle 18 lipsticks that are my favorite since 2005! I have Spiced Ginger, Roasty Red and Spiced Berry (L-R in both photos).
Pack:These come in light mauve cases that close with a click. We all have them, have had them or have seen them somewhere or the other.Weight & Price:They weigh 4.3ml, and cost me about 60.00 INR the last time I purchased one. That was about a year ago, and with the Color Bomb range being introduced some months ago, I’m not sure about the availability of these any more.
Ups:1. Moisturizes the lips well. I still prefer to use the light ones when in a hurry over lip gloss as it gives a very nice creamy texture to the lips.2. The colors are varied. From the browns to pinks to nudes to reds to plums, they come – or used to come – in boxes.3. The shape and size somehow go very well with girls. They are small, so you can easily carry one in your purse.4. The price is good too. The pigment is good, so a couple of swatches are usually enough to get the color on.Downs:1. It doesn’t stay for long. A sip of water or a bite of KFC chicken, and it’s gone.2. They are not easily available anymore. The local shops in my area still have a few, but I’m not much sure about the MFD so I don’t buy these anymore L3. I prefer colors that leave a pigment on the lips even when they are rubbed off. These don’t.Re-Purchase?Yes. It’s not just nostalgia that makes me go back to these Dewlipz over and over again. The price is good, the quality is good, the colors are good. I could probably forgive the low staying on capability.P.S. – I’m sorry for the low picture quality of one of these photos. There has been some problem due to which I had to use my mobile to take the photo.
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