Lime Crime: So Many Lipsticks!

Lime Crime is a cosmetics company that is certified Creulty Free by Leaping Bunny and PETA. One of the types of products that sell is lipstick. Some of the types of lipsticks that they sell are Perlees, Unicorn Lipsticks, Diamond Crushers and Matte Velvetines.


What are Perlees? Perlees are metallic mattes that give your lips the soft sheen that pearls have. These lipsticks fill the space between matte and metallic. The shades that they come in include roswell (ufo pewter), beetle (beetle brown), third eye (mulberry red), denim (denim blue), asphalt (grey brown), gemma (taupe brown), penny (bright copper), mirage (mauve pink) and charmed (plumy mauve).


Unicorn lipstick is a highly pigmented, matte cream lipstick with a slight sheen. It comes in the shades: varsity (muted rose), bomber (muted berry), choker (mauve brown), hoodie (tea rose), soft spot (soft pinky nude), pom pom (apricot beige), fish net (warm brown) and lace up (deep warm nude).


Diamond crushers are lightweight, slightly transparent (depending upon which shade you get) lip toppers that are sparkly like crushed diamonds. They are not glosses–they are toppers that use prismatic technology. You can wear them by themselves, or over lipstick. You can also apply them to any other part of your body that you want to glitter. Lime Crime also sells them in bundles of six, as well as singles. The shades include: trip (delirium purple), choke (cloud pink/blue), lit (rose gold on acid), cleopatra (blush/gold shift), acid fairy (lavender/mint shift), black unicorn (black rainbow), cheap thrill (sunset/rose shift), dope (cotton candy champagne), strip (stripper pink) and fluke (chill mauve).


Matte Velvetines are liquid matte lipsticks. They are infused with French vanilla and are heavily pigmented. They come in many shades of the color red, though they also come in shades of other colors. Some of the shades that exist include wicked (blood red), tea cup (black light reactive periwinkle) and squash (light orange).



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