OK, these are not for your pulse points. The new Tom Ford Lip Slicks 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 the new Winter Soleil collection.
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,