March 29th, 2013
Beauty

By Terry

Baume de Rose lip balm

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of the bold and bright lip colors that have been so popular these past few years. It’s okay on other women, it just doesn’t suit me.  So when the WSJ ran an interview with Terry de Gunzburg, founder of the cult product Baume de Rose lip balm, on her new line of lipsticks, I decided to give them a try.

I think it’s time for a return to a pale lip. Terry claims that her new Hyaluronic Sheer Rouge Lipsticks are light in texture and have ‘lip-plumping abilities’. Sounds good to me.

Terry’s go-to products © the WSJ

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Wool-crepe skirt

BALENCIAGA

Studded textured-leather sandals

BOTTEGA VENETA

Rushed wool-crepe midi dress

THE ROW

Coco suede and moire pumps

JOSEPH

Cotton-Polio wrap midi skirt

TOD'S

Leather slip-on sandals

MARK CROSS

Zipped tote

THE ROW

Patent Lace-Up Mule

BURBERRY

Stretch-knit boots

ANABELA CHAN

Bloomingdale Earrings

ISABEL MARANT

Alicia top

ULLA JOHNSON

Cropped striped high-rise wide-leg jeans

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  • here’s a novel idea: instead of declaring what lip color women should all wear, how about proposing that women find a shade of lipstick that suits their individual coloring? i know…. i sound like a lunatic…. a woman embracing her unique beauty? how gauche! but… not every woman is flattered by a pale pink lip (shocker!)

    jjMarch 30th, 2013  6:36 PM

     
  • In all honesty, I wrote that first comment on a very bad day. Sorry for all the snark.

    JJApril 1st, 2013  1:21 AM

     

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