Review: GOSH Velvet Touch lipstick and lip liner

gosh velvet touch lipstick divine and night kiss and lipliner simply red and raspberry dream

Autumn lips sorted: new colours of GOSH Velvet Touch lipsticks are coming to the new season to tend to all of out lip needs. I picked my favourites: Divine (red) and Night Kiss (raspberry).

The GOSH Velvet Touch lipsticks have a creamy formula with light reflecting pigments; the finish is a solid colour with a sheen. It feels lovely on the lips, not stick nor drying, it is easy to apply, gliding well, and the colour is very saturated.

Durability wise, it is pretty standard for creamy lipstick – it takes a few drinks for it to fade away and it does so quite evenly.

gosh velvet touch lipstick  divine and lipliner simply red

Divine is a fantastic red slightly to the blue side with a satin finish. I use it with the GOSH Velvet Touch lip liner in Simply Red, which is a fantastic addition to my makeup bag, suiting not only this one, but most of my reds.

gosh velvet touch lipstick  divine and lipliner simply red

Night Kiss is a lush dark raspberry shade perfect for the autumn/winter. I love the fact is has quite a lot of pink in it, so it is dark but doesn’t drag my complexion, something that happens with some deep reds and burgundies.

gosh velvet touch lipstick night kiss and lipliner raspberry dream

I use it with the Velvet Touch lip liner in Raspberry Dream, which is a colour match for it and makes my pout perfect!

gosh velvet touch lipstick night kiss and lipliner raspberry dream

I also used the GOSH lip brush, which is soft and precise on the application, helping me to create a defined bold lip.

The Velvet Touch lipstick is only £6.49 and the Velvet Touch lip liner £4.49, which is outstanding value for the products, especially the liner.

Dani

This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my experience with the product and reflects my honest opinion on them.

 

 

 

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