The W3ll People Nudist Colorbalm Stick No 2 is one of my absolute favorite things right now. It’s one of the most moisturizing lip balms I’ve ever tried, and this weather is really putting it to the test. Once applied, it appears as a berry color since it is sheer and translucent, allowing the natural lip pigmentation to show through. So, if you’re a natural blonde and/or fairer skin like I am, don’t be deterred by how dark this appears on its own.
I would describe it as a lip stain that is shiny, but not glossy or slippery. I recommend exfoliating the lips before application if you’re chapped, because the color concentrates more in the grooves of the lips.
What I love about it is that it’s great for those times when you need to quickly look put together. It looks great with just a nude face and doesn’t need to be complimented with eye makeup. For the past week, my go-to look has been just some RMS Beauty ‘un’cover-up , ‘living luminizer’, and this lip balm.
But of course, it can be part of a more made-up look as well. I was wearing it with winged liner and curled hair one time and a coworker said I had nice Christmas makeup. I suppose this is because the berry color is appropriately seasonal, and when paired with a winged eye, for some reason is “Christmas-y”. And I agree with that. So, that being said, this is a great product for this season.
This Colorbalm Stick is all-natural, and made with organic castor oil, beeswax and aloe extract. Organic aloe is the star ingredient in most of W3ll People’s products, and come to think of it, I’ve never had an aloe based lip balm before, so that must be what sets it apart from others in terms of its ability to soothe and relieve dry lips. Since I’ve been having a good experience with the first product I’ve gotten from them, I’m looking forward to trying more of their stuff soon.
W3ll People’s slogans are; “hippie tested, diva approved” and “NO Nasties”. Their products are free of parabens, petrochemicals, GMOs, artificial preservatives, fragrance, pthalates, nanoparticles, glycols and sulphates.