Review: Oriflame Triple Core Lipstick

A & C: we recently attended the Bloggers Festival in London (which you can read about here and here) and one of the Brands that we met was Oriflame. Chloe had not previously heard of them, but Annie had and we were super excited to see all of the beautiful cosmetics they had brought along with them – check out the previous links for some photos! We were lucky enough to receive one of their Triple Core Lipsticks in our goodie bags in the colour “plum” so thought we had better write you lovely followers and readers a review!


As you can see from the photo above (and probably the name) these Lipsticks differ from others in that they have three different layers to them, described by Orfilame as “fusing caring balm, passionate colour and dramatic gloss into one”, so what did we think of them?

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Firstly we were both very impressed at Oriflame managing to pick a lipstick that suited us both/we both liked – we normally prefer completely different colours but this was perfect for both of us. So we imagine this shade would suit most people. It is very pigmented so the colour pay off is amazing – very good for a moisturising lipstick. It was also easy to apply and lasted a good three hours before reapplication was needed.

Chloe wasn’t entirely sold on the glittery aspect, as previously has found glitter to be too chunky/too much but this was just right. It added a subtle shimmer than looked lovely in the light and was still suitable for every day wear. We can’t wait to wear it this Autumn, and will definitely be looking into getting some more colours of this bad boy.

The Triple Core Lipsticks are available here for £10.95, let us know if you will be investing! #twolittleowls

* Although we were given this item, all views are our own and we were not asked to write this post.

4 thoughts on “Review: Oriflame Triple Core Lipstick

  1. Priya Saxena

    My favourite lipstick shade is blazing red of Oriflame Beauty Triple Core Lipstick. The shade is absolutely amazing and suits the Indian skin way too much.



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