It arrived beautifully packaged and wrapped vivid coloured tissue paper. The tube itself is also aesthetically pleasing with its shiny lettering and pink star décor. On opening up Blow Pony, it quickly became apparent I overlooked the “neon” part of the description as I was expecting it to be slightly lighter and more muted. I could imagine it looking stunning on women of colour but felt it looked really harsh against my very pale skin. It took a while to get used to - I usually play it pretty safe with my lip colour, but I have grown to like it.
Over the course of the evening, I reapplied just twice where the product had rubbed off only from the middle of my inner lips. There was no smudging, feathering or colour bleeding out. With other previously mentioned products I've tried, my lips would feel dry, I'd reapply probably four times and I'd be self conscious about the way the lipstick is crumbling off in clumps, gross. In contrast, I forgot I had JSC's lipstick on at all as my lips remained moisturised whilst wearing. The only negative I have to talk about isn't even with Blow Pony, it's the name of the navy blue lipstick. I can't get behind anyone calling their product "Abused", it's tasteless and totally unnecessary. That aside, I'm so impressed that I'm already eyeing up shades "I'm Nude" and "712".
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