The Christmas party season is just around the corner, so now’s the time to pucker up with an exciting offer from Diet Coke and L’Oréal at Boots. Find out the offer details below, and check out these four fabulous beauty hacks too!
From now until 8th November, Boots shoppers will receive £3 off a L’Oréal Color Riche lipstick when they purchase a 500ml bottle of Diet Coke - only while stocks last. And the best part is that you get to choose between three different shades: Bois de Rose (302), Rose Tendre (303) or Red Passion (297).
Plump your lips up
Did you know you can make your lips look larger just by using lipstick and a Diet Coke bottle? Apply your chosen shade all over your lips, then choose a shade in the same colour family but slightly lighter. Use the bottle lid to mark where the centre third of your lips is – that’s where you need to apply the light shade of lippie. Voila, a gorgeous, full pout. (N.B. We used shades Rose Tendre (303) and Bois de Rose (302) here.
Take a sip to lock in colour
The worst think about luscious vibrant lippie is when it ends up all over your glass or Diet Coke bottle. Prevent lipstick marks and sip in style using a straw – it looks much more elegant after all!
Double up as a blush
Give your cheeks a subtle flush of colour by using your fave lipstick as a blush. Apply your chosen lippie to your first two fingers and gently dab onto your cheek, blending as you go.
Believe it or not, you can use lipstick as an under eye concealer to neutralise dark circles. Make sure you pick the right colour to suit your skin tone – try a pinky or peachy hue is you have fair skin, or an orangey-red for darker complexions. Apply the lipstick under the eye, let is set for about a minute and then apply your usual concealer.
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