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Wednesday, August 12, 2015



How are you all doing? Hopefully well? :) I can't go wrong with Cancer Council's Moisturising Lipstick in SPF 30+ because it's probably one of the lipsticks that contain a high SPF 30+ protection to it. What I really enjoyed about using Cancer Council's Moisturising lipsticks is that they're always super moisturising, highly pigmented and most important contains that SPF 30+ protection for your kissable lips. I have to say it's a decent kind of lipstick that adds more vibrancy and colour to your lips, depending on the shade you have on. The shades I swatched include: Cinnamon and Ruby Red. Both comes from the Fall/Autumn colour category because the colours remind me of fallen leaves from the branch, dark brown hues and a touch of the 1990's flashback trend. I'm sure you all remember the neutral brown 90's looking lips we sported back in the days. This was in the shade Cinnamon which is a gorgeous neutral brown where it's not too bright. It's definitely perfect for day wear because I found the colour really attractive and I quite liked it. 

The Moisturising lipsticks by Cancer Council are definitely categorised in the affordable drug-store category. I truly believe these are worth to buy because the lipstick is super moisturising for your lips. It comes in handy especially during the cold winter season in Australia. The size is quite decent and is of the same standard size to other lipsticks. I love how the packaging is in a light lilac colour and at the tip of the lid is an open-window where you can basically look into it without having to open and twist the lipstick bullet out. Of course this comes down to convenience when selecting a colour preference. Or you could also use the window feature to keep a record of how much lipstick do you exactly left. With the scent of the lipstick, there's no strong fragrance at all. It really smells of sweet roses and baby powder combined which is pleasant. 

When applying the lipstick on, the texture of the bullet went on very smoothly and looked creamy when on lips. I love how pigmented the colour is for both shades and it did not disappoint in looking to give my lips an amazing shade. The lipsticks kept my lips feeling very moisturised and it was not flaky or dry at all. I can certainly count on the Cancer Council's Moisturising lipsticks because of the three features that it delivers which include: High sun protection; Good pigmentation and very moisturising for the lips. 

All of the lipsticks in the Moisturising range feature an important ingredient which is Jojoba oil and this is where it acts to soothe and nourish your lips making it feel hydrated, smooth and moisturised. I felt comfortable having the lipstick on all day and I would just occasionally touch up every few hours after drinking and eating. I love the how the lipstick glides onto the lips so well and I am truly happy about the results of the swatch test! The lasting experience of the lipstick averages around 3-4 hours before you would then need re-apply more on. 

  • Highly pigmented. 
  • Colour looks very bright when on lips. 
  • There's Jojoba oil contained in the lipstick formula which keeps your lips very moisturised. 
  • 3-4 hours of wear. 
  • Looks to soothe and moisturise. 
  • Contains SPF30+ protection. 

  • Zilch!

  • Apply generously to lips. 
  • Re-apply if needed. 

As for the shades being featured, I've provided comments to the swatches below so check it out below lovelies and get a feel for the amazing colours x

Perfect for the winter and fall season! 

Lips look bold and different! 

Brown and dark red hues! 


So now for the fun part of things! 


Swatches above feature Cancer Councils Moisturising Lipstick in SPF 30+
Colours include: Ruby red & Cinnamon. 

 Swatched Cancer Council's Moisturising Lipstick SPF30+ in the shade, Cinnamon. 

I am also wearing Cancer Council's Foundation in BEIGE and BB Creme in MEDIUM. 

Cinnamon shade: 
I love how this colour reminds me of the 1990's and is looking very neutral when applied onto lips. It doesn't draw too much attention to my lips which is good because if you're wanting a neutral look, then this is the perfect shade for your lips. I really love this shade so it's definitely one of my favourites. 

  Swatched Cancer Council's Moisturising Lipstick SPF30+ in the shade, Ruby Red. 

I am also wearing Cancer Council's Foundation in BEIGE and BB Creme in MEDIUM. 

Ruby Red Shade: 
Slightly different to the shade of Cinnamon because this has more of a red/brown tone to it. I love how it pops out in colour but I still can see that brown shade to it. It's perfect for the fall and winter season because you can match with all of your winter coats, tops, beanie and scarf. 

  Swatched Cancer Council's Moisturising Lipstick SPF30+ in the shade, Ruby Red.

I am also wearing Cancer Council's Foundation in BEIGE and BB Creme in MEDIUM. 

Let me know if you have any questions with the comment box below or the email box to your right x

Happy reading! 

Livia xo
Thank you Cancer Council for supporting me for this review. My reviews are based on my personal and true experiences. I only recommend products that I truly support.

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