Thursday, 17 January 2013

Rimmel Kate Moss Matte Lipstick ~ 111

I've gone and done it again and splashed out on a red lipstick.  Kate Moss and I are truly best buddies!  I honesty cannot get enough of Rimmels's Matte Lipsticks which are part if the Kate Moss collection.

This little beauty is shade 111.

This lipstick is more of a true red compared to the 107 from the same collection, which I own and you can see here.  I was so impressed by the 107 I was keen to go back and expand the collection by picking this up.

This beautiful matte London bus red, is a stop you in your tracks colour.  It isn't for the fainthearted as it full on but I LOVE it.  I actually wore this for Christmas day!

The hand swatch

I like the non glossy look of the Kate Moss line. They feel natural to wear as they just feel like your own lips. They are also not drying which is good news as some matte lipsticks can be drying due to the lack of moisture.
On the lips

I think Rimmel deserve a high five for this collaboration with Ms Moss.  I also picked up the 110 before my spending ban took affect, so I'll be reviewing this soon.  I might do a comparison post on all three shades.

This is pretty inexpensive at £5.49, so you're not sure about the red lip look I'd certainly check Rimmel out instead of spending a small fortune on a Ruby Woo by MAC.  If you feel you can pull off the Kate Moss lipstick, it will be easier to pluck up the courage in trying a more expensive red.

Angela xox

Also I'm hosting a giveaway, click here for more info!



  1. Red lips look amazing on you, I know I say it all the time.
    I think Rimmel have done really well with this line. x

    1. Thank you Alice :-) i have this in my handbag all the time at the moment....certainly trying to be more brave x

  2. That colour looks really good on you, red lips go so well with you skin tone!


Thank you for stopping by. Feel free to let me know your thoughts.


This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services - Click here for information.

Blogger Template Created by pipdig