Thursday, 18 December 2014

CHAMBOR BLAZING ORANGE AND INDIAN FUSION REVIEW



Being a girl even if you are on a shopping ban for sometime you just cant restrict yourself to window shopping while on a trip to mall  . You still manage to cheat a bit and same thing happens to me everytime . This time I just happened to stop by the Chambor counter to ask them to show me some nice matte colours from their lipstick collection . I liked their range and although it was hard to choose few as most of the colours were amazing and irresistible , but still managed to pick wisely the colours those were missing in my vanity  . One is BLAZING ORANGE (rs.795 ) from their Extreme Matte collection and another one is number 164 INDIAN FUSION (rs.595 ) from their powder matte range. Powder matte range had been launched by Chambor quite long time back but its always new to you when you lay your hands on it

Chambor launched their extreme matte range earlier this year and as claimed by the brand its more than a lipstick its a matte stick . Extremely soft and creamy texture gives a velvety matte finish . Hydrating light weight formula with rich pigments does not dry out your lips . Super long wear and waterproof formula .
                                                              

 Although its risky to wear matte colours during winters when your dried lips are giving you hard time still my love for matte colours these days didn't let me change my decision to buy this one on colour swatch . Having scarcity of orange shades in my lipstick collection I was instantly convinced to buy this Blazing Orange as the colour was perfect fierce orange I was looking out for . When tried it was not at all hard to apply or blend on lips as most of other matte lipsticks are , just some gentle strokes does the job very well . Highly pigmented formula itself it works on pigmented lips very well . Does not dry out lips and has no funky fragrance or taste .Stays well for good 6 to 7 hours but would need touch ups after heavy meals . One thing I really liked about this lipstick is it doesn't transfers to your glasses or spoons. Even most high end lipsticks lack when it come to transferability . Would agree that although being matte it has buttery smooth texture and a nice finish when applied on lips . Glides really smooth and butter like .

The only thing that I didn't like about this matte stick is that it needs to be sharpened otherwise I am quite happy with my purchase
                                                              

Talking about the indian fusion from their powder matte range , with a very normal lipstick packaging  it doesn't look like anything out of box. As described on its cover its a triple action formula that keep your lips hydrated , provides sun protection and has anti ageing properties as well .  Color falls in brick red or basic brown category .On application it really gives you good colour in just one swipe though you can build up the shade if you need to . While choosing colors that fall in coffee or brown shade category I just keep that in check that the shade should not make you look older than your age but this shade being very soft is really great .Very light on lips and has very subtle fragrance . Staying power is good but unlike extreme matte its transferrable onto glasses and spoons . Colour doesnot bleed which is quite expected from it as being a matte shade and no complaints regarding dry lips after application .

I am really loving these two colours from Chambor's matte lipstick collection and would recommend you all to include these in your winter makeup kitty :)