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DuWop Lip Venom Review

DuWop Lip Venom Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Check out Lip Venom lip gloss by DuWop if ya need some help getting a pouty pucker like Angelina Jolie instead of that thin grin like Jim Carey.

So you're looking for some full, pouty lips but mother nature - and your parents' DNA - has given you thin, boring lips? Instead of Angelina Jolie's pouty pucker you've got Jim Carey's thin grin? Well, there's a little something that might be able to help ya out. No, it's not plastic surgery - it's venom. Lip Venom by DuWop.

Lip Venom

Lip Venom is a gooey-good lip gloss that comes in a glass tube, like a mini test tube with a lid. All you have to do is apply a little to you lips and not only will they be shiny and taste like cinnamon, but they'll appear fuller and pinker too! It will give your lips what the company describes as a "bee-stung" look. It does this because the ingredients in Lip Venom enhance your natural lip color and fullness by increasing the circulation in your lips. So if you like something like MAC Lip Glass, but want a little more kick, this is for you. Be warned though, that it will tingle and maybe even make your lips feel a little warmer than normal. I liked the sensation, but I did find if I went overboard on the venom lip gloss, the tingling got a little uncomfortable. I also found that it absorbs really quickly so the shine doesn't last as long as I'd hoped. But a little goes a long way. I wear it almost every day - and reapply a couple of times a day - and I still have more than half the bottle left. Definite bonus.

Rating:4

Shades of Venom

If you'd prefer a little more color than your natural, but still want the Lip Venom kick, check out Shades of Venom. This stuff rocks. It's lip color spiced up with the Lip Venom recipe so you'll get shiny, fabulous color and fuller, pouty lips. Because the Lip Venom ingredients pull out your natural color, the actual shades of Shades of Venom can appear different on everyone. A smart tip is to test before you buy or go one shade lighter than you'd usually pick. All the shades (there are nine) are named after poisonous plants - how cool is that? Venom... poisonous plants... get it? Anyway, the only drawback to these cool lip colors is that they are a little more glossy than you'd expect from a lip color and they don't stay on all too long. And, unlike the Venom, the Shades of Venom tubes are small and won't last long if you reapply a lot.

Rating:3

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