From left to right: Play with Fire, Kiss Me You Fool, Kiss Fatal, Little Minx, Skinny Dipping, Make Your Move, I’ll Call You and Dare to Pink.
The Rimmel London Provocalips 16Hr Kiss Proof Colour* (RRP $17.95) is crazy pigmented, and is super easy to apply. In comparison to the Rimmel London Apocalips range, they are a little less liquid-y and sets onto your lips to create a demi-matte finish. The range of colours available is pretty similar to the range for Apocalips, but they’ve added an awesome purple colour (hells to the yeah! Aussies missed out on the purple lip Galaxy in the Apocalips collection) and they’ve left out the red-orange ‘Stellar’ colour.
All of these lip swatches were taken before the lip colour ‘set’, as to avoid the massive amount of pain it would be to apply and remove eight matte lip colours (I’ve done it before with the Australis Matte Lip Creams and my lips hated me for days!).
Play with Fire. A dark, blue based red. Similar in colour to MAC Russian Red or Rimmel London Apocalips Big Bang.
Kiss Me You Fool. A warm red, with orange undertones. Similar in colour to MAC Lady Danger.
Kiss Fatal. A pinked purple/plum. Similar to (though not as opaque) as MAC Seasoned Plum.
Little Minx. A bright, fuschia pink. Similar to Rimmel London Apocalips in Apocalips.
Skinny Dipping. A brown based nude. Similar to Rimmel London Apocalips in Nude Eclipse, but a little more brown toned.
Make Your Move. A brown toned rose. Similar to Chanel Rouge Double Intensite in Light Rise.
I’ll Call You. Medium pink. Similar to Rimmel London Apocalips in Nova.
Dare to Pink. A pale pink based nude. Similar to Rimmel London Apocalips in Phenomenon.
Have you tried any of the Provocalips Collection?
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