Last week I was exclusively sent two Juicy Shakers* for their initial release. Lancôme have filled these cocktail shakers with the sweetest scents and the cutest shades.
Shake it, Twist it, Love it!
The newest revolution from Lancôme has landed, and honestly I’m so excited to tell you about these today. So these little cocktail shakers are filled with lip gloss with the fruitest of scents.
Their ultimate lip gloss has a bi phased formula which contains nourishing oils with a beautiful subtle pigment – they look natural yet glossy. So what’s in this oil? It contains almond oil, omega 3 and cranberry oil. These will be perfect to put on when your lips are dry and need some nourishing.
So I was given Lemon Explosion and Freedom of Peach. I love the fruity twist on all the names such as Mangoes Wild and Great fruit.
Lemon Explosion* is true to the name, it smells really zesty and when applied, it comes out a clear shiny lip gloss. I guess this could be more of a top coat but it looks pretty just on its own – I’ve been wearing it for work.
Freedom of Peach* like its name has a soft peach pigment that builds into a lovely light pink on the lips. I prefer this one better due to the pigment and it smells more sweeter.
So as mentioned, these little cute products are shaped like cocktail shakers, so you simply shake the bottle and open it up to find a small cushion applicator. This allows a little amount of product to melt onto the lips, its kind of like a sponge so it absorbs the gloss so the right dose is applied in one go. I guess you can say this little gem will last you a while and you don’t even need a mirror to apply it, it’s that easy.
Due to the oil, it doesn’t take long for the formula to dry, so you don’t have that annoying sticky feel!
Lancôme Juicy Shaker‘s are £18 each and come in 14 shades with a variety of pigments and fruity scents. I’m so pleased I managed to get two of these and they are definitely worth picking up for summer to keep your lips looking and glossy and to be honest, who wouldn’t want to buy it just for the packaging?
*PR samples – all opinions are my own, see disclaimer here.