Burt’s Bees Launch Party @ Ricky’s NYC

Happy Friday y’all! I stayed home from work today. It’s snowing out there. Not that it’s bad, I just couldn’t see myself dealing with snow today. Ever have one of those days?


Any who, last Friday, I attended the Ricky’s NYC, Burt’s Bees makeup launch party. They released a line of lipsticks and BB Cream.

I tried both and fell in love with their lipstick. Being that I have combination oily skin, I normally stay away from BB Creams. My t-zone gets entirely too oily when I wear one. It’s borderline disgusting. But I did try it out, and it felt really good on. It felt soft and light.

This is my ugly mug (yes I’m fishing for compliments), after I had on the liptstick and BB Cream. What do y’all think?


I’m obsessed with the lipstick, I wear it almost daily. It feels smooth and stays on for long periods. And even when it’s gone, your lips feel moisturized and nourished.

Before heading out, they gave us a really nice goodie bag, and I wanted to share it with you. So I filmed it. Take a look:

The Lipstick comes in about 14 different shades. It holds 8 hours of moisture, it’s full-coverage, and made with 100% naturally moisturizing ingredients like moringa and raspberry seed oils to help soften and condition your lips all day long. I can tell you, it feels really good on your lips. One of my favorite features about this product, is that the packaging is made out of 100% Recycled #5 plastic.

The BB Cream comes in 3 different shades. It’s 98.9% natural. Has SPF 15 protection. It firms, conceals, smooths, perfects, and illuminates skin. And also, evens skin tone and visibly reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. I tried it out in Light/Medium and it looked and felt great on my skin, and it didn’t over oil my t-zone.

Have you had the opportunity to test out either of these products? Sound off below and tag us on instagram wearing your new Burt’s Bees lipstick. We’re pretty sure you’re slaying!

Peace. Love. Makeup. 


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  1. Glory Bourdier says:

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