Lipstick Diary: What I Wore That Day

Finally, synthetic-free lipstick in youthful, vibrant, shimmer-free shades, with a creamy, light and comfortable texture too. Love. Love. Love. And it's made in Canada.
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Finally, synthetic-free lipstick in youthful, vibrant, shimmer-free shades, with a creamy, light and comfortable texture too. Love. Love. Love. And it's made in Canada.
Lippy Girl Organic Lipstick_Vexy Vixen

I got excited about this lip colour waaay back in mid-February -- I can't believe how long it's taken me to geek out about it here. I put it in the Spring digital issue of The Kit and a March print edition, too -- and then I got really tired of taking photos of my own mug. Whoops.

What makes this gorgeous shade even more exceptional is that it's one of the few natural-formula lipsticks that isn't some sort of brick or brownish red or uninspired neutral. Instead, it's part of a synthetic-free collection of youthful, vibrant, shimmer-free statement shades, with a creamy, light and comfortable texture too. And the ingredient list is short: organic beeswax, organic jojoba seed oil, organic castor seed oil, vegetable perhydrosqualene, natural Vitamin E, grape seed oil and pigments.

Lippy Girl lipstick in Vexy Vixen and Mother Pucker

Formulated by Darcey Diehl, a Whistler, BC-based chemist, teacher, mom and fellow half-Asian, this is Lippy Girl Organic Lipstick in Vexy Vixen, $15.50 (ebeauty.ca). I love it. Also fabulous is Mother Pucker, a rich, sexy red.

Have you tried Lippy Girl lipstick yet?

UPDATE: Here's Darcey wearing Vexy Vixen, too!

Another look at Vexy Vixen! @BEAUTYGEEKS inspired instagr.am/p/NT9F3WTbyG/fb.me/1JQg5kMUp

— LippyGirl (@LippyGirlMakeUp) July 20, 2012