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lip gloss, ann-margret 0.21 oz (6 ml)


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Ann-Margret: Perfect coral opaque

Coral opaque with pink undertone.  Named after iconic red headed actress/singer Ann- Margret.

  • Rich in natural oils and butters to moisturize and protect lips
  • Vanilla/grapefruit scent
  • Paraben free and no animal testing ever
  • Naturally based, long wearing, Rock 'N' Roll lip gloss

Amour Beauty lip gloss melds high-end fashion, real Rock- 'N'- Roll attitude and a moisturizing formula. A wide range of shades packed with natural oils and butters make a gloss that is long wearing, paraben free and never tested on animals. Inspired by music and classic pop culture, the glosses are named after songs, bands, clubs and legendary icons. Amour Beauty lip gloss is a favorite of Rachel Zoe, Janie Bryant, Karen O, Eva Mendes, Lady Ga Ga, and many more.

Amour Beauty is the brainchild of rocker/ model and new mom Theo Kogan. As the singer for the most notably the all- female band Lunachicks, Theo is known for her over- the- top makeup styles. She has modeled for Calvin Klein, Burberry and Kenneth Cole, to name a few and has acted in film, television and in avant- garde theater. A lip gloss that would stay on during a high- energy performance was something Theo craved and so she created what she considers the missing piece in the beauty industry: Naturally based, long wearing, Rock 'N' Roll lip gloss.

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armour beauty lip gloss, ann-margret, .21 oz

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Screaming opaque orange!


from Boston, MA

describe yourself Classic Style

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  • Convenient Container
  • Glossy Finish
  • Long Lasting
  • Moisturizing
  • Pleasant Tasting


  • Not True To Color
  • Sticky

Best Uses

  • Anytime
  • Dry Lips
  • Everyday Use

Comments about armour beauty lip gloss, ann-margret, .21 oz:

I was so excited to try the new Armour line as I've heard wonderful things about their staying power. Unfortunately, the opaque colors are very thick & hard to get off when you want to. "Ann Margaret" said it was coral with pink undertones (I'm a light blonde with fair-to-medium translucent yellow undertones). This shade looked neon on me...almost clownish...even with it dabbed down. There was no pink undertone at all...just screaming orange that drained every bit of color from my face. Had to remove immediately! I love the texture of the gloss & how moisturizing it is. In the other color I ordered, "Hello", a bubblegum 1960's pink, it works with using a lip brush or my finger. That color is great dabbed-down a bit & a keeper. Hope to be able to exchange for the shade "Edie", as I've heard that is a perfect opaque nude. again, love the texture & idea behind this gloss, just need to really try on the colors & no store in Boston is carrying yet. To I thought I was getting one free to try if ordered two? None in box.

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  • Medium

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