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Stila Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain



Published September 7, 2010
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I’ve got a crush—on Stila’s new lip and cheek stain, that is. Packaged in Stila's iconic clickable pen, Stila Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain ($24) is the latest addition to the brand’s popular color range.

This revolutionary formula is easy to build and blend, and leaves lips with a sweet fuchsia wash of color (although it says you can apply the product to cheeks as well, the skinny pen-like applicator deems it more fit for lips).  According to Stila, the formulation contains naturally staining raspberry extracts that moisturize and provide antioxidant protection, while reacting to personal pH levels to create a perfect shade every time.

Created in 1994 by a top celebrity makeup artist, Stila is known for its modern, sophisticated, non-intimidating approach to beauty. Stila Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain joins Cherry Crush, a sheer berry red; Mango Crush, a sheer coral; Pomegranate Crush, a deep plum only sold at Sephora; and Yumberry Crush, a sheer pearlized pink. This product also looks dazzling used as a base under a complementary deep pink lipgloss.

The brand also debuted Stila One Step Prime Color ($26), the next superstar SKU in its popular One Step range. Touted as a “revolutionary all over color” that enhances the skin by combining the benefits of a primer, lip color, eye shadow, cheek color and highlighter in one luxurious formula; the product will work best as a crème brush or highlighting bronzer. One Step PrimeColor is formulated with Stila’s Ionic Mineral Complex that reads and reacts to the skin zone-by-zone, visibly priming, balancing, correcting and optimizing for a flawless finish.

More info: www.stilacosmetics.com


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