Topshop Lipstick Review - Straight Ace & Ditsy

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If you didn't already know, I am a complete and utter lipstick hoarder. I am not happy unless I have a new lipstick at least once a month (the key phrase here is at least). You may also know that Topshop is one of my absolute favourite brands for makeup. I really, really love it and I find that everything I have ever bought or received from them has been of fantastic quality. 

So here is another rave review on how much I love their lipsticks. Today's main focuses are Straight Ace and Ditsy, two very different but equally gorgeous lippies. 


First up is the beautiful Straight Ace. Straight Ace is described plainly as "purple" online, which I think is misleading. This definitely is purple, but it's quite a bold blue toned purple, one that really stands out. Online the lipstick actually looks a little bit more like a fuchsia pink colour but I can assure you that this is a very gorgeous, very bright purple and is not for the faint hearted. As with all Topshop lipsticks the formula is wonderfully creamy, it glides onto the lips fantasticly and doesn't make dryness stand out. It's also really moisturising and long lasting which is such a plus in a lipstick. To put it simply, this lipstick is gorgeous and would be perfect to wear on a night out when you're feeling a little bit bold and crazy. 


The second lipstick I bought was Ditsy. Ditsy is a lovely dark orangey, coraly, red shade that I think would compliment most if not all skin-tones. It's a gorgeous colour that reminds me of the Summer months! I love to wear coral shades in the Summer, don't you? It has a pink undertone which makes it really versatile and easy to wear, it's not too bold or in your face. Like with Straight Ace the formula is super creamy and moisturising. I have said before that for me, this lipsticks are comparable with Mac lipsticks - that's how good I think they are. I can't help but write a rave review on every single Topshop lipstick that I buy! It lasts a long time on the lips as well with hardly any budge unless of course you've been eating and drinking all day. 

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14 comments:

  1. i love topshop lipsticks!

    http://velvet-winter.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. wow! both look like fantastic colours! would love to get my hands on Topshop makeup because I have always heard such great things!

    shesarainbowblog.com

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  3. Love those colors! I will definitely have to check them out! :)

    XOXO
    Ashley
    ashleyspassionforfashion.blogspot.com

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  4. These look gorgeous, I especially love the purple - it's so striking!

    Michaela-Leigh xx

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  5. I haven't tried any Topshop lipsticks before but these look gorgeous! xx

    www.girluninterpreted.co.uk

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  6. Really pretty colour choices! I love orangey lipsticks but I look like some kind of puss bubble when I wear them aha!

    take care sweet xx \\ PixiRella

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  7. Amazing colours!
    I never tried any TopShop lipsticks but they're in my wishlist!


    http://creepersandcupcakes.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. That orangey red is lovely -matches my nail polish right now! I really want to pick up some more top shop lipsticks as they are lovely formulas. I like the purple too but am always a bit unsure of how to wear it :)

    Jasmin Charlotte

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  9. I love Topshop lipsticks, Ditsy is my favourite out of these two shades :) xx

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  10. Never tried a top shop lipstick and these shades are so cute xx

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  11. I really like Topshop lipsticks, the packaging is so pretty! Ditsy looks like a great shade xx

    www.hollslucy.blogspot.co.uk

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