I am definitely not a beauty blogger, and very far from it. However, as a wedding blogger, if products will be useful to brides or the wedding party, I want to be able to share them. So I want to share with you a beautiful new lipstick collection, as I was grateful enough to get an opportunity to test them out. I went for the darkest red - (Love Story) because I love red lips! What stood out to me the most was the moisturising factor of the lipstick, usually my lips can get quite dry with lipstick but my lips are getting the best of both worlds right now!
Love, Honour and Be True is a Bridal makeup brand which has an initial range of 5 beautiful lipstick shades. The products have been created with the sole purpose of enhancing the bride’s natural beauty.
The colours have been specifically chosen to be timeless, so your wedding photographs will always be beautiful. Helen and Kitty designed the lipstick colours to vary from nude to red, as they know every bride is unique and each shade is designed for a different look. All of the lipstick shades suit al skin tones, are moisturising, non-bleeding and long lasting. The lipsticks are filled in the UK and all ingredients are not tested on animals. The names of the lipsticks are wedding themed:
- Love Story
- Kiss the Bride
- I Do
- Just Married
- Blushing Bride
How the company began
Love, Honour and Be True launched in early 2014, by sisters Helen and Kitty. Kitty owns her own successful beauty salons in the North West, where she has done the makeup for hundreds of Bride’s big days. However some brides found the experience of choosing a lipstick for their wedding quite stressful.
Will it wear well?
Would it rub off on my husband-to-be’s face?
This sparked an idea and a year and a half later, after lots of hard work, the products arrived.
* Not the best photo of me as I’d just taken my make up on but wanted to show you the lipstick in action.
To find out more about the girls and their products visit their website on: lovehonourandbetrue.com
If you have tried the lipsticks, I’d love to know what you think of them too!