Clinique Chubby Stick Review

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If you haven’t heard about the Clinique Chubby Sticks, then you need to quickly jump on board the Chubby-Stick-Train as soon as possible, because these colourful little sticks are the quickest and easiest way to add colour to your look.

 

Clinique Chubby Stick Lip Colour – Top to Bottom:
Graped Up
Two Ton Tomato
Woopin’ Watermelon

The first member of the Chubby Stick family was the original Clinique Chubby Stick Lip Colour; a moisturising balm which adds a hint of colour while keeping your lips hydrated. The stick format means you can quickly swipe it onto the lips whilst on the go and the colour range ensures there’s something for everyone. We love Woopin’ Watermelon’s pink hue for a subtle daytime look.

 

Clinique Chubby Stick Intense – Top to Bottom:
Mightiest Maraschino
Chunkiest Chili

The second installment to the Chubby Stick trio is the Chubby Stick Intense. Offering the same hydrating properties as the original Chubby Stick, the pigmentation has been amped up to give a much more more dramatic colour to the lips. These are extremely easy to apply whilst having amazing moisturising properties, and are perfect for a day to night look.

 

Clinique Chubby Stick Eyeshadow – Top to Bottom:
Lots o Latte
Fuller Fudge
Curvaceous Coal

The most recent Chubby Stick addition is the Chubby Stick Eyeshadow. This is a creamy formula which can be applied straight to the lid and can be used as a base with other eyeshadows or by itself. These long-lasting colours are easy to apply, and once blended they don’t smudge or transfer. We love using Fuller Fudge all over the lid, with a touch of Curvaceous Coal blended in the crease.

 

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Alice Carroll

I'm Alice, Al or, if you are the five year old me, Ice (yes, I did want to be a member of Kris Kross, and yes, I did wear my jeans backwards). Womenswear Editor at House of Fraser Online, I've grown out of backwards clothes and instead chose to invest my money in vintage sportswear and bomber jackets, while inking my body with unnecessary tattoos and rapping along to every word of The Streets - Original Pirate Material. My proudest moments were seeing a shoot I styled in my favourite magazine and getting a three-dart-finish in a game of darts. Oh, and Bart Simpson was my first crush.

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