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Lipstick. Underrated, but never unnoticed.

I think lots of women don't even wear lipstick anymore, but I still apply every morning and touch up before I go out. I'm the kind of girl that likes to switch things up, pick a lighter color for one day, and a darker color for another. But I don't like to keep 20 different tubes of lipstick lying around because I'd either lose them, they'd melt because I left them in the car, or they'd end up in another purse and I'd never find it until I used that particular purse again (and I have a lot of purses).

So, I saw Avon's new product in a magazine I was reading lately (not sure which one) and it just so happens a lady at work is now selling Avon. It's called SpectraColor Lipstick and it gives you 7 different colors/shades of lipstick in one tube! (And it's sticky - I love sticky lipstick, but I know it's not for everyone.) Best thing about it - it's only $9.50 - and I got it from my Avon rep on sale fror $7.50!

Here's an ad from the UK with Reese Witherspoon showing how it works. Click to play.

Adjustable Spectracolor Lipstick from Avon


  1. I've recently started wearing lipstick, and I love it. I feel much better when I have it on!

  2. I'm becoming more of a lipstick gal these days. I'll have to try this one out.

  3. Very interesting. Thank you for sharing! I looooove lipstick (but I guess everyone knows that).

  4. I love lipstick, too. I think it is definitely underrated :)

    What a great idea from Avon! I hate having to carry multiple tubes, as they often melt in my car. Love this!

  5. That looks like a fun product. Thanks for sharing.


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