Roses are red, violets are blue
Somewhere in between
Is Lancôme’s pretty new hue
On my beauty vanity is an array of lipsticks, glosses and tints varying from the brightest of reds to the darkest of pinks. Some might say I’m a collector – or a lipstick hoarder of sorts, always on the look out for a different hue to add to my collection. Let any man (or woman) look at my vanity and he’ll declare me insane. “It’s all the same!”
Why no, dear sir. There’s no such thing as an identical lip color. There’s a color for different days of the week, moods and occasions. Some lipstick connoisseurs may even agree there’s one for any given hour on a day. One – and only one.
Ask me out for a lunch with the girls and I’ll don a sheer nude like the Lancôme L’Absolu Gloss in Beige Muse or sheer pink like Pourquoi Pas. If you see me in business meetings, chances are I’ll be wearing a stern crimson like Entracte or playful red like Graffiti – or I’ll go somewhere in between. Take me out for date night and I’ll reserve the seductive Caprice or Rose Lancôme – two stunning shades that will make men go to war for you.
And if I want to go bolder, I’ll pop on the new Rôsy Plump – for an extra sassy finish.
The color of lipstick represents a woman’s personality. Her state of mind, her ambition, her way of life even.
It’s her weapon of seduction, her daily battle armor and you’ll find that it’s always part of her fashion statement.
So no, a woman is never just one color. She’s the rosy color she wants to be at the given day or time.
And she’ll wear her heart on her
Sharing with the world just a glimpse of who she is.
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