Thursday , May 19 2022
Delilah Lip Gloss | British Beauty Blogger

Delilah Lip Gloss | British Beauty Blogger

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m reunited with my beloved Amelie lip gloss from Delilah as well as some new products that I haven’t seen before. Amalie is one of the most wearable shades if you want to bridge the gap from neutral to bright. It’s a milky peach-pink that’s got a little bit of punch without falling into the ‘bright’ category.

Delilah Lip Gloss

I’m also very happy to discover their Stay The Night Shadow Stick Collection – if you struggle to keep colour on your lids when it comes in stick form, these are as long stay as they come. There are three shades, Cinnamon Swirl, Hot Chocolate and Pink Champagne. There’s even a sharpener at the end so you’ll never be in the situation of not being able to touch up.

Delilah Lip Gloss

Two new blush shades, in Lullaby and Clementine, are great for a brightened spring look. I’m not a big fan of powder blush but Clementine somewhat mirrors Amalie in tone so if you’re a fan of the same lip/same cheek trend they’re spot on for that. Lullaby is a baby pink that will work well on paler tones.



Delilah Lip Gloss

Both Pink Champagne and Cinnamon Swirl have a metallic element – Hot Chocolate is matte. I tested Cinnamon Swirl and the last was incredible (but, I don’t have particularly oily lids) and I actually needed an oily eye make up remover to take it off fully.

Delilah Lip Gloss

In the swatch above, Amalie Lip Gloss, Hot Chocolate, Pink Champagne, Cinnamon Swirl, Clementine and Lullaby. Amalie is £22 HERE, Clementine and Lullaby are £26 HERE

The Stay The Night Shadow set is HERE for £38 which is great value as individually, they’re £22 each.

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