Power Potion & Rich Orchid Duo
Rich Orchid and Power Potion though not exact matches, blend seamlessly together for an even lip outline and a flawless finish. Create a completely new shade by filling Rich Orchid liner in completely, then topping it with Power Potion!
- Rich Orchid
- Beet. Power Potion
- color description
- bullet color
The pink was a tad to reddish blue for my lips, but a lovely color all the same. I’m so glad I was able to try it out before purchasing the full lipstick I love the Apple lipsticks though and have several that I enjoy!
I purchased the Power Potion sample first, and am very pleased with the bullet color. Looks just like the sample I tried, and the photos shown with the color description are spot on. The Rich Orchid lip liner is a bit bright for me to use as a lip color on its own, but it applies smoothly, is perfect with Power Potion and also works well with Can’t Be Beet. Power Potion is very pigmented, and I found it a bit drying, so I would definitely recommend applying lip balm first. I applied the liner and color, blotted, waited a few minutes, applied and blotted again and wore it through lunch. I ate and drank throughout the AM. After lunch, my lips were pretty dry, the color was mostly worn off, and it left a “border“ around my lips so I would definitely have to re-apply after eating a good sized meal.
I like the rich orchid lip liner the best of the new liners! It works with my cool undertone lipsticks and is not too dark. I am very fair with no yellow in my skin. This combination seems to make matching foundation and coordinating lipsticks a challenge. Thankful to have a lipliner that helps that challenge
Really lovely color!
After going gluten free I struggled to find beautiful bold colours. This duo is it! I love that I can line my full lip with the liner, add gloss and wear like that, or, use together for a totally different look. My new favourite!!