I want to present to you: Diana's Bow Wicked Gloss from Evil Shades. This gloss came to me from the creator Andrea at Black Nail Polish and Lip Gloss. I won a naming contest she held back in the winter. Diana's Bow was generously packaged with silver spheres and purple flowers for nail art, along with a sample eye shadow.
The blue sparkle reminded me of the Moon. Diana's Bow is another name for the first crescent. Pale pink is such a springy shade befitting a maiden. I also liked the play of the word bow with the Cupid's bow shape of the mouth.
The sheer pink with pale blue micro shimmer reminds me of the lacy pink and white rhodochrosite and the blue flash from rainbow moonstone .
Evil Shades Lip Glosses contain the following ingredients: Coconut oil, cocoa butter, mango butter, stevia, hydrogenated castor oil, glycine soybean lipids, lauryl laurate and candillia wax.
The gloss doesn't have a sticky texture on the lips. It has a slick feel like a fresh application of body butter. This is the perfect gloss for ladies who suffer from dry lips. The oils and butters in the components are so healing and moisturizing.
Diana's Bow is a subtle gloss. It provides a pretty enhancement for natural lip color. I appreciate the way it adds sparkle to my lips. The perfect choice if you want a sheen, it creates a nice balance with a smokey eye or a bold eye look.
I would recommend applying Wicked Gloss with a lip brush for precision. I am impressed with the longevity of this shade. The sheen of color and moisturizing properties last for many hours.
Diana's Bow has certainly made me curious about her other Wicked Glosses. I am interested in Sasha's Heart (deep brown toned purple with green sparkle) and Loxensis (pink toned coral with aqua sparkle). I really admire Andrea's creativity in blending color. Her choice of glitter is unique and delightful. Many thanks to Andrea for sending me Diana's Bow! I feel honored to have taken part in the naming process.
Diana's Bow was sent to me for consideration. Wicked Gloss can be purchased at evilshades.com for $3.00 per 3 gram jar.
Happy painting, ladies!