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PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick Review

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I love lipsticks, but since phasing chemicals out of my beauty regime, I have missed them. Since I binned my traditional lipsticks, I’ve been trying to find the perfect natural lipstick. I tried the NATOrigin Lipstick  and really liked the formula. Unfortunately, the colour didn’t suit me. I decided to try PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick in Camellia. As I absolutely love PHB Ethical Beauty’s Mascara and their Blusher, I had high hopes I was on to a winner. When it arrived, I loved the colour immediately. PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick in CamelliaI ordered my PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick through LoveLula, as part of their Beauty Blogger programme and it costs £12.95.PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick in Camellia on handIt doesn’t show up well in the picture but it has a shimmery, frosted finish, which is a bit eighties. It’s a blue toned pink, and very bright!

Wearing PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick

The lipstick bullet is quite hard, compared to other lipsticks. You either have to press quite hard, or blast it for a few seconds with your hairdryer. That softens it up nicely. It gives a good pop of colour once it’s on, so it’s worth the extra effort.
Wearing PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick in Camellia

I haven’t been able to show the colour that well. It actually looks lighter and brighter than it looks here, with a frosted finish. It feels nice and moisturising and has a good pigment level.

PHB Ethical Beauty Lip Crayon and Lipstick

Apart from concealer, all the make-up I’m wearing in this picture is from PHB Ethical Beauty: Mineral Foundation, Mineral Blusher, Lip Liner, Lipstick and Mascara.

I found it looked different when I used a lip liner. I used the PHB Ethical Beauty Lip Crayon in Tigerlilly (£8.95), which is a warm nude pink. PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick and Lip CrayonIt made the lipstick look warmer too and I preferred the colour. It also has a crisper finish with the lip liner and it lasted better.

PHB Ethical Beauty’s Eco Credentials

If you follow my blog, you’ll know I am a big fan of this brand’s ethics which include being a British family business, who donate 20% of their profit to charity. They make their products from 100% naturally derived ingredients, which are all handmade in the UK. PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick is free from nano particles, parabens, bismuth oxychloride, talc, formaldehyde, mineral oils, fillers, gluten, fragrance, preservatives and GM ingredients. It’s also Vegan, Cruelty Free and Halal Certified.

So what do you think to the PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick? It’s so bright I wouldn’t consider it an ‘every day’ lipstick, but it’s perfect for those days when you need a bold pop of colour! It wears well, and is comfortable, and though the shade is a bit over the top for every day wear, they have so many other shades there is sure to be one that suits.

 

PHB Ethical Beauty 100% Pure Organic Lipstick review

6 Comments

  1. Sandra

    25th June 2017 at 10:23 am

    That shade really suits you. I like the Ere Perez and Lippy Girl lipsticks. x

    1. Becky Pink

      25th June 2017 at 10:50 am

      Ooh thanks I haven’t tried either of then, I’ll check them out! Thanks for the recommendation xx

  2. Catherine

    10th June 2017 at 7:56 pm

    I discovered PHB last spring and I love their skincare. Regarding their make-up range, well,I’m not so sure. I bought 3 lipsticks,raspberry,mulberry and apricot. Like you I love the colours plus the fact they’re organic and good for you. Yet the texture makes them difficult to apply. I usually have to scrape the top of the bullet as it becomes very hard. They don’t have a lot of staying power,either, and tend to settle into my lip lines.

    1. Becky Pink

      11th June 2017 at 9:16 pm

      Thanks so much for your comment, I have only tried a few of their skincare products but have been impressed. The lipstick is quite hard isn’t it, have you tried melting it slightly with a hairdryer before you put it on? That’s what I do, and it helps. I also use a teeny bit of lip balm before I apply it, that might help? xx

      1. Catherine

        15th January 2018 at 8:36 pm

        Thanks for the suggestions. However I still feel disappointed with the PHB lipsticks. After a few weeks, they get even harder to apply and not only the colour but also the taste have altered, they seem to have oxidized. xx

        1. Becky Pink

          15th January 2018 at 9:10 pm

          Ooh that’s not great! I haven’t used mine for a few months, I will have to check and see if anything has happened to mine. xx

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