Simply Lippy Challenge Day 248 | Tom Ford Lip Color in Shade 10, Cherry Lush

It’s no secret that I am totally in love with Tom Ford lipsticks. I tried my very first one back in August when I got some as a present for my birthday, and it’s been love ever since.

Today’s shade, Cherry Lush, is less of a cherry shade in my opinion; it’s much more of a deep, raspberry pink so the name here is a little deceiving if you expect a red tone like I did. However, the shade is so divine that I really didn’t mind, and loved every minute of wearing it.

The richness of Tom Ford pigments is one of the things that really sets these apart from some other brands, and the colour pay off is equally as good. A little goes a long way, and wearing them is such a treat because they are just so moisturising on the lips.

There’s nothing I love more than a versatile beauty product, and that’s one thing that this lipstick definitely is. I wore this all day in the office, then again all night for a date night to see David Gray with my hubby. I just love how a quick outfit change can give a lipstick a total new feel, and similarly, how a good lippy can lift any outfit. 

My only one reservation I’ve had with all three I’ve tried, is the €48 price tag. I do feel like it’s very pricey for a lipstick, but, I suppose that you’re paying for the brand here too.

While I wish I could buy every one of the shades in the range, I’ll have to refrain, but now and then I will definitely treat myself because they really are that gorgeous.

Have you invested in a Tom Ford or other very high-end lipstick? I’d love to know so make sure you comment below!

Sorcha 💋

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