Discovering Tom Ford Lips.

Tom Ford is one of those luxury brands that I've always drooled over without actually owning anything from the collection. But, as I read more and more amazing reviews over the lipsticks I knew I just had to have one. 

I actually blind-bought this one on the Selfridges website which isn't something I usually do with makeup but it happened to turn out quite well. I selected the colour 'Collin" as it was a reddish nude that hopefully would match my lips well, just adding a hint of colour. And it definitely did, the finish is glossy but not sticky and the colour pay off is incredible. 


The Product: Tom Ford lipstick in 46 'Collin'

The Price: £27.00

Quick Picks:

The packaging: 5 stars
The product: 5 stars

Value for money: 4 stars

The only thing I would say that surprised me about this lipstick was the size of it. Compared to my Charlotte Tilbury or MAC etc it's literally tiny which for a cool £27 I wasn't entirely impressed with. However the beautiful formula and stunning colour range definitely make up for this. 

I can't wait until my next trip to Selfridges when I can discover the full colour range and definitely add to my collection. High end lipsticks have a way of enthralling me!

Do let me know what colours you guys love because I'm always in need of some inspiration!



  1. I've heard amazing things about Tom Ford lipsticks! They are deffo on my wishlist, I'd love to try them. :) <3


  2. I need to try one of these I just can't quite bring myself to shell out the £27
    Coleoftheball xx

    1. I know, it's a lot, but personally I don't mind spending more to get a better quality product xx

  3. Tom Ford lipsticks are beautiful! Would definitely love to pick one up one day! Lovely review!

    - www.makinglifeacamera.co.uk


  4. Not only does the lipstick look amazing, but also the packaging! I think I might just have to invest in one of these! x

    Kate// katerosexo1.blogspot.com

    1. The packaging is fabulous! They're so beautiful xx


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