Rimmel Apocalips 101 Celestial Review and Swatches

This is my first proper make-up
review, yay! First of all, I do not own many make-up products and the ones I have seem to
last forever! Let me see, I’ve probably bought 5 lipsticks, 2 eyeliners, 2
blushes and far too many mascaras in my life. However, I do own more make-up than
that, but a lot of them were given to me by family and friends. I did only
start using lipstick about two years ago, and I bought my first blush last
summer! Crazy, huh? As a beauty blogger, this is rather unusual, but I do
choose to spend more money on the natural looks given to me, e.g. skin and
hair. It’s nonetheless, still fun to review some of the makeup items I already
own.
Today’s review is on one of my
favourite lipsticks, Rimmel Apocalips in 101 Celestial! I bought it over two
months ago and have been using it on daily basis. I chose this colour because I
wanted a colour suitable for a good every day look and this is one of the more
natural looking ones in the range. 
Rimmel Apocalips Celestial Overview
Rimmel Apocalips 101 Celestial Swatch and Review
Rimmel Apocalips 101 Celestial Swatch and Review
Rimmel Apocalips 101 Celestial Swatch and Review

Result
Rimmel Apocalips 101 Celestial Swatch and Review

Rimmel Apocalips in 101 Celestial (5ml/£5.99)
Product description: Ingredients

“It’s the End of Colour as you know it! 

The intense rich colour of a lipstick, enhanced by a satin smooth shine. 


It’s neither a lipstick nor a gloss… It’s BIGGER than both! 



LONG LIVE THE COLOUR!”



My view: I always start my
reviews with the scent, so let’s start with that. Some lipstick smells special
while others simply smell like “lipstick”! The Rimmel Apocalips Celestial has a
strong scent of cherry blended with “lipstick”. I don’t know if all the
Apocalips lipsticks smell the same, but I will check this for you when I next
go to Boots. I think that I mentioned in one of my previous posts that I love
innovation and this is definitely one of the more exciting products I’ve tried.
The texture is very special because it’s too colourful to be a lipgloss but too
runny to be a lipstick. I would categorise this under lip paint/lacquer because it’s
got that strong and vibrant colour whilst having a texture similar to a
lipgloss. The applicator, as shown in the images, helps to create a smooth
finish using just the right amount of product. It moisturised my lips like a
lipgloss without being too sticky, and it gave my lips a natural tint without showing how chapped it looked. The lasting time of this lipstick is
average, a couple of hours, but it does create a faint long last pink tint. In
addition, I think the product design looks really classy as well. Overall I am
very happy with Rimmel Apocalips in Celestial because it adds a beautiful
colour to my lips and it’s moisturising without sticking to my hair. I will be
happier if this was made of natural ingredient, but I don’t think it is. 
Rimmel Apocalips is
definitely one of the much talked product in the blogosphere, but I hope you
enjoyed these images, especially the last one. Yes, I did smear lipstick on a
cliff I found and left it there. It’s probably a good thing that I didn’t get a
bright red one! Let the Apocalips start an Apocalypse!

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