Nivea Fruity Shine Pomegranate Lip Balm Review
The challenge was all about red lip colours so why is a lip balm being reviewed, well this is a very pigmented lip balm range from nivea so even this finds a place in the #15DaysOfRedLipColours
Price and quantity: 140 for 4.8g
Shelf Life: 30 months
Other variants: Cherry, Strawberry , water melon, peach, and Pink Guava
Nivea fruity shine lip balms have always been my favourit because they are priced right and decently moisturizing along with giving a nice tint to lips. I have used all shades from the fruity shine range and my top favorite is strawberry, but here lets talk about pomegranate.
Packaging: Nivea fruity shine lip balms are beautifully packaged in a lipstick style twist up bullet with the cap being colour coded to the variant so it is easy to locate in my stash and travel friendly too. Pomegranate is a deep red lip balm with minute flecks of shimmer which thankfully doesnt show up on lips. When applied on my slightly pigmented lips there is a nice maroon glossy barely there tint , giving a very natural shine . On non pigmented lips the shade will show up more nicely.
All fruity shine lip balms have a fruity scent and pomegranate is no exception, there is a nice pleasant fruity smell which is no where close to the fruit pomegranate . The texture is also buttery smooth and it feels very lightweight and non greasy on lips.
The lip balm is also decently moisturizing but it will do nothing for very dry or chapped lips, this is more like a protector balm than a healer. I use this lip balm in summer when i dont have very dry lips. After application my lips have the deep red tint for an hour but they stay hydrated for about 3 hours after which reapplication is needed.
this is a nice red tinted lip balm to own by beauties with pigmented and non pigmented lips. It can also work as a college going girls first sheer lip gloss but expect moisturization magic on your chapped lips.
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