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By Marniface

Hello lovelies,

So, I have a little confession to make… I am absolutely obsessed with Bassam Fattouh’s Lipgloss in Cotton Candy.

When I was in Beirut, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this and I love it so much that I used it daily during my summer there.

The lipgloss is soft and a light pink shimmery pastel colour, leaving no sticky feeling (that’s the important factor!) Unfortunately, there is not currently a point of sales here in the UK, but the good thing is that there is an online option, so international delivery was my option!

Bassam is a celebrity makeup artist and well known for his makeup techniques and skill. Oh… Can I just mention how CUTE the packaging is? Love, love, love the butterfly icon!

Cotton Candy

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Marniface
Marniface

Fashion, beauty and health blogger. Follow me on Snapchat and Twitter @marniface

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