Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick Palette for Spring 2017

Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick Palette for Spring 2017
Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick Palette for Spring 2017

Be Legendary Lipstick saturates your lips with show-stopping color while softening and protecting them with shea butter and vitamins C and E. This lipstick stays color-true in photographs and feels lightweight yet lush on lips. The pigment-loaded, satin-smooth formula hydrates and softens. A pro lip brush is included.

January 15th online, January 22nd in-stores

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The Details

Be Legendary Lipstick Palette, $75.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Cream Audition, Coffee Run, Cognac, Deal Breaker, Famous, Fig, Get Fired, Grenadine, Honey, Inspiration, Legendary, Nude Beach, Nude Mood, Nylon Nude, On The Beach, Panorama Pink, Phantom, Pink Petal, Primrose, Red Rage, Skinny Jeans, Straight Up, Tabloid, Temp Me, Witchy
  • Matte Bing, Cliff Hanger, Electric Pink, Femme Fatale, Fireball, Fuchsia Flash, Hot Seat, Inside Access, Latte, Made It, Mauve, Paris Pink, Pinch Me, Plum Role, Punch Drunk, Punked, Safe Word, Screen Queen, Stacked, Stylist, Talk to Me, Totes, Unzipped, Violet Riot, and Wrap Party

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Claire L Avatar

I like the look of those but I prefer lipsticks in stick form, the type in palettes never stays on my lips, I don’t know why! It’s OK if a palette has one or two lip shades in but I’d never get use out of a big lip palette.

Wajiha Avatar

I have their Be Legendary For 25 Years Our Lips Have Been Sealed lipstick palette and I like it a lot. While I don’t have the stick versions of the colours for comparison they are pretty good on their own. I also like that it has a mix of finishes and other than the wacky blue and grey shades seems to have a wider variety of colours too.

AB Avatar

Don’t know why I’m not interested, as I like the idea of experimenting by blending colors. Besides it’s almost sure to be messy, perhaps because I would use only maybe 75% of the shades in each, and that it feels too bulky to use as I usually use lipsticks (on the go, keeping a few tubes in my purse).

Isa Avatar

No to lip palettes for me. I don’t care how many shades or how much product a palette contains, I just do not like lip products in that format. I like lipsticks in traditional tubes, for the ease of reapplication. I can just quickly swipe them on in 5 secs flat, I don’t even need a mirror to do it.

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