REVIEW: Lancome Juicy Shaker Pigment-Infused Bi-Phase Lip Oil
A few weeks ago I hit up the launch of Lancome’s Juicy Shaker Pigment-Infused Bi-Phase Lip Oil. Set in a glamorous, Mad Men-esque setting, Lancome presented their new Juicy Shaker Pigment-Infused Bi-Phase Lip Oil.
Here’s what you need to know!
Made with a blend of pigments and 5 essential oils — Apricot Oil to hydrate, Rose de Muscat Oil to plump and heal; antioxidant-rich Cranberry Oil to Protect, Peach Oil to soften, and Almond Oil to nourish and condition, the bi-phase formula hydrates while offering a revitalizing flush of color.
The formula is beautiful! It hydrates and softens lips offering a dewy, non-stick shine without the heaviness of a gloss. It’s a lightweight oil that isn’t greasy (it also doesn’t run). I’ve been using them on top of my liquid matte lipsticks when my lips get dry to moisturize and it changes the finish and it makes for an amazing top coat. It doesn’t cause the matte to curd or flake.
Packaged in a 1940s inspired shape — it’s like a cocktail shaker meets lava lamp! You shake the bi-phases formula to cocktail the pigments and oil together to dispense onto the cushion wand applicator. It’s very luxe to apply and looks gorgeous on any vanity (well done, Lancome!).
There are 20 shades, each $21. Bonus: each Juicy Shaker carries a delicious scent and flavor (reminiscent of their namesakes). Here’s a swatch of six of the shades featured above:
Left to right: Berry in Love, Mangoes Wild, Cherry Symphony, Apri-cute, Lemon Explosion, and Mint To Be.
The backstory on these lippies:
Created by Makeup Creative Director (and one of my favorite makeup artists), Lisa Eldridge, the product echoes two iconic Lancome products, The Shaker, one of the fabulous bijou lipsticks imagined by the brand’s founder, Armand Petitjean, and the famous Juicy Tubes. The lipsticks, created in 1946 when cocktails were making their mark as symbols of distinct glamour.
These are now available on lancome-usa.com and will be available at Lancome counters nationwide starting April 21st.