Review: Avon Ultra Color Indulgence (Part 2)13:45
I've already swatched a few Avon Ultra Color Indulgence lipsticks in this post. But ever since, I loved the formula so much that I ordered some more testers to swatch for you and for me to enjoy, when I'll be doing my makeup looks. I'll also do a separate review for shade Peach Petunia - which I have ordered a full version, as well as Honey Flower.
Here are swatches of eight more shade. From L to R: In Bloom, Tawny Rose, Garden Rose, Poppy Pink, Hibiscus, Spring Lilac, Daffodil Petal and Royal Peony. The first photo is made in the artificial light and the second is natural lighting.
(I'm sorry, but the photos are very cool toned. It's just impossible to get the right lighting these days, when it's cloudy and snowy all day.)
In Bloom is a very warm yellow toned nude shade. This is a really nude shade and it will be too light for medium and dark skin tones.
Tawny Rose it's a very unique shade. Looks like a pink brown shade. It would probably looks extremely good on medium skin tones. It's more on the dark side for me.
Garden Rose is a cool toned fuchsia pink shade. It's actually more muted than the usually fuchsia shades.
Poppy Pink is indeed a very bright blue toned magenta pink shade.
Hibiscus is one of the shades that I was most intrigued by. It's a very cool toned light fuchsia violet shade. It's one of those shades that immediately reminds me of Nicki Minaj:).
Spring Lilac is very cool toned bright lilac shade.
Daffodil Petal is warm peach shade. This is one of those shades that will make your teeth especially yellow, if they're not celebrity white already.
Royal Peony is warm mixture of peach and pink. It's a very interesting combination, especially good for those of us, who have warm skin tone and avoid the usually cool toned pink lipsticks.
Full size versions of those lipsticks currently cost 4.50€ and there's 3 grams of product in it. I won't talk much about the formula. You can read about that here. The ultimate thing you need to know about these lipsticks is that they are very moisturizing, slide on like a dream and are still extremely pigmented.
From those new swatches that I showed you here, I was the most intrigued by Hibiscus. It's so wrong for my skin tone, but it almost looks like it fits me, because I am still so pale. Royal Peony is something I would wear on a daily basis. I also really like Spring Lilac, which is again wrong for my skin tone, but matches so well with my eyes.
Let me know which shades are you most interested in?