New for Fall, 2013–Rimmel London’s Dazzling Duchess Moisture Renew Lipsticks Review–Photos + SWATCHES!

Disclaimer:  This post is based on a free
product provided by a company as a press sample so that I may offer my own 
opinion, which may be the same or differ from yours.

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Have you gotten around to checking out Rimmel
London’s
new Fall, 2013 Dazzling Duchess Moisture Renew Lipstick
collection yet?  There are some tempting choices in berries, nudes, and
pinks to catch your fancy.  I was fortunate to be sent five of the six
available to share with you.



For pinks, you might want to explore #375 Piccadilly Pink (a perky, cool medium pink with a hint of plum) or #380 Vintage Pink (a pink-mauve). 


When it comes to nudes, you should pay special attention to #644 Let’s Get Naked (a pinky nude) and #340 To Nude or Not to Nude! (a gleaming pink-brown and my favorite of the two).  


Looking for berry shades, you will like #130 Coral Garden (a luscious deeper berry-pink that appears more coral color against the pink once on the lips. 

Starting on the left is Vintage Pink, then Coral Splash, To Nude or Not to Nude!, Let’s Get Naked, and ending with Piccadilly Pink on the right.



The pigmentation is rich and beautiful when applied. 
Furthermore, these new lippies have a creamy texture with a wonderful
lightweight feel against your lips.  As far as wear, you can expect about
three or four hours until you will need to reapply. 


Here is Vintage Pink.


This is Piccadilly Pink.

I’m wearing Coral Garden here.

Take a look at To Nude or Not to Nude!

I’m modeling Let’s Get Naked.

Do visit your drug store and look for Rimmel London’s
Dazzling Duchess Moisture Renew Lipstick display and pick some up.


*Disclaimer:  A free product was provided to
facilitate this review–not my opinion.*

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