Features of Scandal Velvetine Product by Lime Crime

Posted on September 9, 2017

Lime Crime is a cosmetics brand from Los Angeles, California. It has caught the interest of many, in particular through the internet with a following of over 2.6 million on Instagram. It believes makeup is a form of freedom and self-expression and not just a way to cover up imperfections. It is committed to bringing high performance and innovative formulas to the cosmetic market. It has now released ‘scandal,’ a new edition to its cult-classic line of velvetine. It was a concept by Lime Crime CEO Don Deere. The new edition features the same luxurious and enduring formula of the famous lipstick line of Lime Crime. Unlike other lipstick lines,contains a rich purple-violet hue. Like other products, the scandal is 100% vegan. If you want to live a trendy life, the scandal will be perfect for them.

The company’s CEO explains that Scandal is for girls who have that don’t care attitude and like a punk-rock edge touch and when paired with a bold black liner it makes you outstanding. To bring out the best possible pout, the wearer should wait for 15 minutes before applying lip balm. After that, you should remove excess oils with a tissue. After that Velvetines should be applied directly to the lips. You can use a lip brush to refine the edges. It usually dries to a velvety yet bulletproof finish, which can be removed with oil or waterproof makeup remover at the end of the day. Don Deere says that he loves rocking scandal under the Trip Diamond Crusher as it highlights lips and brings out the undertones of Scandal’s violet.

To rock in this purple-violet hue, one should keep the rest of the makeup minimal because it is a bold color and can stand on its own. You can also dab a gloss touch or pearly white eyeshadow into the center of the lips. Keep your hair casual and mix and match wisely. It is also advisable not to assume that any shade works for her skin tone and the inside of the lips should not be neglected to avoid distracting uncolored patches.

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