Thursday, 16 February 2012

Diego Dalla Palma Lipsticks

 This review is long over due as I first previewed the range a while before it hit stores. I still think the range is pricey but I have formed a close relationship with one lipstick in particular.
As you can see I own four lipsticks by the Italian brand Diego Dalla Palma, the colours in white packaging are from the classic range and the black one is anti-ageing.
Packaging wise I think they look okay, white to me will always be tacky and I much prefer the black ones, the shape of them also means they stand up making them very easy to store. 
 Left to Right  37, 76, 7, 165
(If these lipsticks have name I can work them out)
I actually think these lipsticks are quite nice- they pigmentation is good and they don't feel drying which is the main this I expect from a lipstick. They aren't the longest lasting lipstick but I really love 76, it has a glossy finish and is very easy to wear. It is a very natural colour that makes your teeth look whiter, it has made its way into my hand bag as a daily essential.
 These lipsticks are pricey at £14 and although I wouldn't buy many more I would repurchase number 76 and recommend having a look next time you're in a Tescos that sell them, they are also available online

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15 comments:

  1. They are lovely colours, however it's a little irritating that the colours don't really look the same as the pigment on the tube of lipstick - if that makes sense? That red would be even more gorgeous the shade if it was the colour of the lipstick - stick?! wahh I don't know how to explain it.. <3

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  2. These colours dont look like the swatches. I always stay away from lipsticks like this for some reason.


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  3. love the way you've styled this post. the pictures are really fab. I want the one on the far left, love the colour and matteness of it.

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  4. I don't like white packaging either because i find it gets grubby in my makeup bag, but the colours look fab! I'm always drawn in by a moisturising lipstick because there's nothing worse than one that dries your lips out! xxx

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  5. I agree with you, i think colour 76 is the nicest and most wearable on a day to day basis. It's a lipstick that i could just easly pick out of my handbag, and would match anything that i was wearing. Great Review! :)

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  6. 37 is nice but £14 in Tesco!
    xx

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  7. greeeeeat blog!

    xx, rebecca
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  8. really cool colours. i´ve never heard about this brand before...

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    1. Its quite a new brand in the UK but is popular in Italy X

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  9. I think 7 look very pretty!

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  10. I like

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  11. I agree that white is kind of tacky. Something about the packaging is cheap looking! Don't judge a book though right? :)
    The colours are nice though, nice undertones.

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  12. You are right the white packaging is not appealing either...I prefer other colors red and black per se...the colors looks good and creamy but yes most sheen lipsticks are not long staying.

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