Lipstick Queen Discovery Kit

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  • Key ingredients: castor seed oil, caprylic triglyceride, vegetable oil, candelilla wax, beeswax
  • 0.8 oz each
  • Canada
Medieval: a sheer red that goes on super-light to give you just a hint of flushed color
Saint Nude: that perfect, uber-chic 60's nude
Butterfly Ball in Trance: a subtle shimmering raspberry with a fabulous hint of iridescence

  • Style #: 19525690

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase! I originally purchased this set for only one of the shades. To my surprise, I absolutely love them all. The lipstick is creamy and leaves my lips feeling moisturzed but not "dressed." I'm African American and wasn't sure how the shades would look on my medium brown complexion but they are all marvelous! The colors are sheer, just leaving a hint of color. These are right at the top of my list of favorites! February 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flattering colors and tints I've been a fan of Lipstick Queen since they first came out and were hard to find. Glad that they're now on Anthro. This is a nice starter set, too. Love the Medieval, which is great for someone like me, who doesn't generally wear makeup. Some nice tint or a little color on the lips, such as with either of the other two, is all I need. It lasts me quite a while, too. Very flattering colors, which aren't trendy or dated. I think this set will work for most women. October 29, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by mixup? I have been a long standing medieval fan, and was excited to try some other lipsticks by Lipstick Queen. But there was a major disapointment: instead of getting "Saint Nude" I got "Saint Rouge". I don't know if there's a mistake on the website description, or if there was a mistake in my packaging, but either way I'm not keeping this set. Medieval is a wonderful sheer red, that looks great at first and quickly wears off. That doesn't mean that I wouldn't buy it again and again (because I do), but it does mean that I use a lot of it. I go through a tube of medieval three times as fast as any other lipstick (which also indicates how much I like it). But if you've always wanted to wear red lipstick but haven't been able to find a flattering color, medieval is for you, because it does look goood on EVERYONE. November 20, 2010
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Bust

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Natural Waist

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Drop Waist

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Hips

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Inseam

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Rings

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