Clinique Pop Lacquer – Wink Pop

Clinique Pop Lacquer - Wink Pop

Happy Friday everyone! I’m not sure about you, but I’ve had a super busy and quick week and I can’t quite believe we’re almost hitting the weekend. A product I’ve been really loving this whole week was something of an impulse purchase when I cut through Boots a few weeks ago – Clinique’s Pop Lacquer in Wink Pop.

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The Pop Lacquer is a new release from the brand, and it promises to be both a primer and a lip colour. Since I don’t tend to use a primer on my lips, the promise of long wearing lip colour was seriously tempting, and I just love the rosy pink shade of Wink Pop.

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Packaged in a dinky little tube, Wink Pop is a really beautiful, warm toned light pink which is just perfect if you’re looking for a low maintenance way to stay feeling polished. I absolutely love the large applicator that the Pop Lacquer comes with, it means application is so quick and tidy! I’ve been swiping a little of the formula on before leaving the house each morning, and it’s still there after an hour commute and trip to Starbies. I’ve not found it to last the full six hours promised by Clinique, but it certainly doesn’t just disappear like most glosses. Even when the gloss part of the Lacquer fades, lips are left beautifully stained and feeling hydrated.

Clinique Pop Lacquer is priced at £16.00 and is available here (UK) and here (US).

Clinique Moisture Surge Melting Mask Balm


As someone with skin that errs to the dry and sensitive side, when I caught sight of Clinique’s new-ish Moisture Surge Melting Mask Balm, I knew I had to give it a try! Promising to melt into skin, giving radiance and a serious dose of hydration, it’s exactly what my parched skin was after!


The first thing to note about the product is that it’s really rather small. The jar is comparable in size to a lip balm, and holds a rather paltry 15ml of balm. At first, the formula is quite hard, although the heat of fingertips soon melts it into a pliable balm which is easily applied to skin.


I tend to apply a generous layer to my driest areas – around my nose, mouth and chin, then a little around my eyes and on my lips. It’s perfect as an overnight treatment, and my skin absolutely drinks it up! I have to say, I just wish it was a bigger jar – I’ve already run out!

Clinique Moisture Surge Melting Mask Balm is priced at £26.00 and is available here



Clinique GWP – Harvey Nichols


If you are considering any Clinique purchase, I would high tail it to Harvey Nichols – stat! View Post

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