In addition to housing a tiny dried flower, these clear jelly lipsticks are speckled with gold flakes. These lipsticks are moisturizing and long-lasting. Kailijumei lipsticks react to the temperature of your body, transforming to a light pink gloss if you are cool and a deeper pink gloss if you are warm. I did not notice this change while wearing these lipsticks. On me they were a deep pinkish/red shade, but they’ll probably react differently and therefore look differently on each individual. These lipsticks are all the same, the only difference is the color of the flower inside. The Kailijumei lipstick names, Minutemaid, Flame Red, Barbie Doll Powder, and Dream Purple, refer only to the color of the flowers inside.
- To those familiar with Winky Lux Flower Balm Jelly Lip Stains, Kailijumei lipsticks are a total dupe for the Winky Lux Flower Balms! FYI, dupes refer to cheaper products that are comparable to more expensive products. Depending on where you look, you can find Kailijumei lipsticks for half the price of Winky Lux Flower Balm Jelly Lip Stains.
- Despite being made in China, these products are cruelty free. China requires that beauty products be tested on animals before they can be sold in China. But, because these lipsticks are not sold in China, even though that is where they’re made, these lipsticks are cruelty free.
Bottom Line: This seems unnecessary at this point, it’s quite clear that I’m obsessed with these lipsticks and think you’d love them too!
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