Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Three Natural Australian Beauties


Today I'd like to introduce you to three Australian brands that you might not have heard of. They are Luk Beautifood, Nudus and Luma by Jess Hart.

Unsurprisingly I have a lip product from each of the brands and I love all of them for different reasons.

The Luk Beautifood is what I go for when I want a natural, mlbb look. It's very sheer and feels like a lip balm. In my opinion this performs more like a tinted balm than a lipstick.  I reapply every few hours, as I would with a regular lip balm. The only problem I have with this is that it's not always easy to wind up. I've used two tubes and they've both been the same, so I assume it's a problem with the tube. They do eventually wind up though.

Nudus is right up there with my all time favourite lipsticks. I'm really surprised that a natural lipstick performs so well. It's not cheap, you'll pay $42 for a tube, but it's worth every cent. It has a gorgeous calendula scent, lasts half a day without fading and hydrates my lips. The range of colours is beautiful, I have two and will be adding a few more to my collection. 

Luma by Jess Hart is my statement pink lip. The Pink Hope lipstick was released for Bright Pink Lipstick day. It was limited edition but you can still get it from the Pink Hope website. This is a long lasting, matte lipstick that isn't at all drying. I get at least half a day wear before I need to reapply. Even better, when you buy a Pink Hope lipstick you're supporting a good cause.


Luk Beautifood Orange and Juniper, Nudus Just Like Jade, Luma Pink Hope.

Note: Luk Beautifood and Nudus products were provided for review.

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