I have recently come across a brand new company who produces the most amazing liquid lipsticks and lipglosses.
Jordana Ticia who is a make up artist herself has recently launched the Jordana Ticica brand of lipsticks.
I usually find products created by make up artists to be great quality as we know what we want in our products.
It has been a while since I have done a product review so I hope you find this useful.
Jordana has recently created a fabulous range of liquid matte lipsticks which are available in five different shades.
Those embracing the liquid matte lipstick trend should be quite happy about this launch as these are a budget friendly pick at £9.95
The matte liquid lipsticks are ultra pigmented, they dry to a lovely matte finish and stay on for hours with the correct application.
1) Begin by exfoliating your lips to get rid of any dry skin
2) Put a thin layer of lip balm all over your lips to add moisture, let this sink in for a couple of minutes and then wipe off any excess product – leaving a bare, dry base for the lipstick application.
3) Apply the liquid lipstick in a thin layer over the lips, don’t do multiple thick layers
4) Let the lipstick dry down to a matte finish that will last for hours!
To add to her collection Jordana has also launched a new range of lipglosses and unlike other lipglosses these are highly pigmented and last.
There are three gorgeous colours to choose from and these are also a very reasonably priced at £9.95 each.
I am not usually a fan of lipgloss as you need to re-apply it too often. I found the Jordana Ticica Lipglosses very long lasting, once it is on, it stays put for hours. Also you don’t need to wear the gloss over a lipstick as they very pigmented.
I am so pleased I have come across this range as they are perfect for my bridal clients who like the look of lip gloss but don’t want to be touching up their make up too often.
The liquid lipsticks and lipglosses are available to purchase on at www.jordanaticia.co.uk
You can see the lovely peach please lipgloss being worn in this picture.