Sephora Rouge Cream Lipstick in Oh Oh!  » Cosmetics  »
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  • On Sephora's website, it says it is a muted pinky brown, but I don't think it looks that way on my lips
  • First of all, I think it is more of a deep spicy, almost terra-cotta brown color with just a little pink it, perhaps
  • Second, the word muted makes it sound like a dull and dead looking color, and I don't think Oh Oh
  • It is not the right lip color for the warmer months, I don't think
  • But I would recommend that you try to get that palette on the Sephora website

    • by Lisa Pellegrini
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      This lipstick shade was included in the palette of fifteen Sephora lipsticks that was sold a few months ago as a limited-edition palette for $36. It has now been reduced to $15! Boy, that makes me angry. If I had known that, then I wouldn’t have bought it when I did. I would have waited, and then I would have saved $21! I could kick myself, but I didn’t know whether it would still be around all this time.

      Anyway, the Rouge Cream lipstick in Oh Oh! (strange name) is a unique and mysterious color that I can’t exactly describe. On Sephora’s website, it says it is a


      “muted pinky brown,” but I don’t think it looks that way on my lips. First of all, I think it is more of a deep spicy, almost terra-cotta brown color with just a little pink it, perhaps. Second, the word muted makes it sound like a dull and dead looking color, and I don’t think Oh Oh! looks dull on my face. It is a rich color with strong pigmentation. You just have to like brown or cinnamon brown lip colors in order to like this shade.

      I think this is a seasonal lip color, meaning that I would probably be most likely to wear it only in ...


      • the fall. It is not the right lip color for the warmer months, I don’t think. And in December I would be more interested in wearing festive red shades. Maybe I would wear Oh Oh! in January, February, and March. But its autumn brown shade makes it most appealing to wear in the fall.

        And even though I have to work with a lip brush to apply this lipstick, I still manage to get enough color on my lips with the brush. That is not always easy to do when you are working with lipstick in a palette. That’s why I usually prefer to apply

        lipstick directly from a tube. You get more color on your lips that way. Lip palettes can be a pain. But because Oh Oh! is such a robust color, it shows up well on my lips even though I am using a brush to put it on.

        This Sephora lipstick is $12 when it is sold as an individual tube. That is a reasonable price, considering that most of the high-end brands are almost twice as much as that. But I would recommend that you try to get that palette on the Sephora website. That way, for an extra three dollars, you will get fourteen more lip colors!




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