Why Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge Lipstick is my go-to as an MUA

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It all started for me with one lipstick—Lancôme’s L’Absolu Rouge Cream Lipstick, to be specific. The shade was Mademoiselle Amanda, and it was a sort of caramel nude which was sheeny but not shiny and gave a good amount of colour without making my lips look like they were dripping in product. Things escalated from there, and I went and bought no fewer than a further ten to test for my make-up kit, which, yes, was no insignificant investment, but as a make-up artist, it’s vital to have the best kit possible.

Next, I decided to try the Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge Drama Matte, just to see if I liked it. Reader, I loved it. It gave a seriously intense whammy of colour that was, as the name suggests, completely matte—but not drying. Again, I decided to buy in, and furnished my kit with five of these. 

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