Lime Crime Velvetines are popular lipsticks, inspired by the luxurious texture of rose petals. These liquid matte products dry into a velvet finish.


Around Halloween, the brand has released a gorgeous new limited edition bundle of their acclaimed Velvetines, that is still available for a certain time. The bundle includes the shades Bloodmoon and Moonstone and they look amazing!


Here is the swatch for Lime Crime’s Bloodmoon shade, a dark burgundy red tone. This would look amazing with smokey eyes or winged eyeliner.

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And this is the swatch for Moonstone, a lipstick that is a dusty shade of lavender pastel. It can be worn in combination with numerous makeup looks, from daring eye-shadows to matching pastel tones.

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I love them both. They can be worn very well besides Halloween, the second shade being perfect for combinations with darker tones or as a cool lips highlighter. They are limited edition, which means that when the stock runs out, they will not be edited again, so make sure to grab them now.

Each shade is trendy and in the aesthetic of Lime Crime’s creator, Doe Deere. She founded the brand in 2008, wanting to be able to provide makeup that is daring and bright. Doe was looking for cosmetics that matched her colorful style and at the time, didn’t find anything on her liking.

She started creating unique shades, succeeding in being an entrepreneur in the cosmetics industry. @LimeCrimeMakeup launched numerous popular products and is having over 2 million followers on Instagram. The brand is well loved and it caters for color fans that enjoy bold makeup, in shades that are out of the usual palette.

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Which is your fav shade of the two? Comment below

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