April 27, 2010

A new crush for you and mom - Stila Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain!

Multi-tasking makeup makes me so happy!  I am so not a morning person and I am always looking for products that can make my morning routine a little quicker and easier.  Stila - Raspberry Crush Lip & Cheek Stain - $32 - is the newest addition to Stila's Crush family and uses sweetly-scented, naturally staining raspberry extracts to react with the pH levels of the skin to create a perfectly personalized vibrant berry pink colour that is all you - but better - with a high level of shimmer for lips and cheeks.

The high concentration of real raspberry extract brings antioxidant protection, as well as nourishing B vitamins, folic acid, magnesium, copper and iron to the skin

It comes in Stila's signature click pen which makes it super portable.  My favourite part of the Crush stains is that they are very buildable so it gives you the ability to apply as little or as much colour as you desire!

If you are thinking about Mother's day gifts this would be a great one, a product that works as hard as mom does!

Available at stilacosmetics.com, Murale, Beautymark and Sephora.  

And while you are at Sephora picking one up for mom (and one for yourself of course), check out the fabulous Mother's Day set that I noticed while I was there the other day:

Stila Mother's Day Set - $49 - contains: 

Illuminating Tinted Moisturizer in Shade 01 (for light complexions)
One Step PrimeColor in Per Suede (dusty rose
Lip Glaze in Mayberry (rose with shimmer) Eye Shadow Trio in Anya (soft peach shimmer/soft brown/deep purple shimmer).

I picked up one of the eye shadow trios when I was there and they are fabulous - good pigmentation and so soft - I am loving mine!

Again, you might have to buy one for mom and one for yourself...

- Lisamarie -


  1. Theyre buildable? AWESOME :) I'm always scared of cheek stains because I worry that I wont be able to blend it out in time or it'll be too bright or something

  2. I find stains a little more forgiving then powder blush - it's easy to put on too much blush the first time with powder, really hard to do that with a stain, you have to build it to get dramatic colour!

    Best, Lisamarie


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