Choose Your Weapon

Monday, August 10, 2015

Christian Louboutin is at it again. After releasing a signature nail polish collection last year, we are bound to meet their new divine lipstick collection. To all the beauty junkies out there, time to save up for these beauties because a luxurious line like this will not be cheap. Starting at $90 a piece, it will really be a dream come true to have one.
When it comes to packaging, you got to give it to Christian Louboutin. I love how it's not plain like the usual lipstick covers. Most just use vibrant colors to describe the collection but with Louboutin, it's all about the textured craftsmanship--the nitty gritty details from the body to the cap. I love how the designs are inspired by everything from Babylonian architecture to Art Deco to Middle Eastern antiquities.
The Velvet Matte Collection
The Rouge Louboutin is definitely leading the pack here. I'm also eyeing the Bengali, Rococotte, Eton Moi, Survivita, Just Nothing, and Zoulou.

The Sheer Voile Collection
I love how each collection shows different personalities and each has that sophisticated edge that not all lipsticks have. I'm definitely attracted to Private Number, Escatin, Mexicatchy, You You, Rouge Louboutin, Petal Rose, Rose Du Désert, Loubiminette.

The Silky Satin Collection
Too many gorgeous shades to choose from. Plus, I love how subtle the shades are. It gives off a sexy, mysterious vibe, don't you think?

Each lipstick looks like a deadly weapon. Imagine a hot spy putting on Rouge Louboutin but it's actually a cover up. The lipstick is actually a weapon. I like how it tickles my imagination.

That's it for some Monday inspiration, or more like a motivation. Have a great day!

Love lots, xx

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