Favorite Fall Lipsticks: Buxom Full Bodied Lipstick-Menace









Buxom Full Bodied Lipstick Menace, $21 at Sephora

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Full Bodied is a great name for this line of Buxom lipsticks. The pigmentation is rich and the moisture level is out of this world. This rich wine shade is like a fine full bodied wine on my dry lips! Why are my lips dry-because the weather is changing and my lips are the first to notice. Strange how that works.

When Fall hits going deeper is good but you have to take into account that no matter what you are wearing your lips have to look moisturized and healthy. This Buxom formula helps with that. Do you ever have those days where your lips look dry but you need some color? This lipstick formula is perfect for that. I don’t like pairing a nice outfit with vaseline on my sore lips. That’s a no-no right? Yeah it is.








Out of all the Fall favorite lipsticks that I’ve shown you this is the one that my lips are the happiest with moisture wise. I think that there are enough “treatment” based ingredients in the formula to keep your lips happy through colder weather and turn sore lips into juicy ones!

There are some other beautiful colors I have to show you in the Full Bodied line in addition to Menace. Did I mention that I love the name Menace? I do! I’ll bring you more colors in blog posts soon! I did a post on another shade called Rogue last May. It’s a beautiful bright orange so if you are in the market for a comfy orange lippie check that post out.

Let me know if you have tried any of these lipsticks yet. I think they are just as addictive as the Buxom glosses!

From sephora.com:

What it is:
A rebelliously vivid, full-coverage lip color with a dual-phase plumping effect and seductive satin finish.

What it does:
This smooth, creamy, ultrahydrating lipstick offers a major plumping effect without the usual tingle. Encapsulated hyaluronic spheres help to promote hydration and fullness, while shea butter, coconut oil, chamomile flower wax, and vitamins C and E help moisturize, soothe, and protect lips.

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