Oscar Worthy Lips with Borghese

Recreate your favorite Oscar look with one of  many amazing lipsticks from Borghese! I had the chance to try out a few of Borghese lipsticks and glosses and wanted to share how they look and feel on.

To get Anne’s Glamorous red lips try:

This lipstick feels so amazingly rich and creamy on the pictures don’t do it justice, truly great lipstick!

Borghese B Moisture Advanced Care Lipcolour in Carnevale Red.

High fashion lip colour that treats your lips with anti-aging conditioners. Our shades come in two finishes – Creme or Luster. Smooth, yummy colour glides on lips providing all day moisturization.

$24

To recreate Michelle Williams beautiful pale pink lips:

I love the vitamin formula in the Borghese Perla Duale Lipcoulour, its so hydrating on my lips perfect for winter.

Borghese Perla Duale High Impact Lipcolour

Creamy, long-lasting, dual purpose formula delivers rich opaque color with a high pearl shine finish. Formulated with Vitamins A, E & C to condition lips and help provide anti-oxidant protection and Chamomile and Aloe to soothe & smooth.

$24.50

Recreate Scarlett’s full lips:

I have pretty full lips but this stuff even made my lips bigger. If you are looking for a nice full look for your lips the Borghese Lip Plumper is the way to go.

Borghese Labbro Più Paffuto Tinted Lip Plumper

Same great formula, now with a hint of color for the perfect amount of sheen and shine. Labbro Più Paffuto is known for its lip-enhancing and instant plumping action that visibly enhances and improves the look of your lips. Now available in three light and universally flattering shades, you can plump while you primp. Use daily for the perfect mix of color and treatment to make your lips irresistibly alluring.

$31.50

Disclosure: Complimentary samples of the above mentioned products were sent to me for an honest review.


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