Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm Oh! Orange! Review
I have always doted on Maybelline Baby Lips and loved the way they have renovated the packing and co...
About Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm Oh! Orange!:
Give your lips an eye-catching neon twist with Maybelline New York's Baby Lips Electro Lip Balms
Maybelline brings the 'neon lip trend', spotted at New York and Paris Fall Fashion weeks to India by launching a range of bright, vibrant neon lip balms. Presenting the Maybelline Baby Lips Electro lip balm range, a collection of 4 electric lip balms – Fierce N Tangy, Berry Bomb, Oh Orange and Pink Shock, which moisturize lips while giving them a chic neon kick!
Enriched with Maybelline New York's exclusive Botanical Cell Repair Concentrate and a blend of effective ingredients like honey, Shea butter and collagen, these flavored lip balms hydrate and soften lips and keep them smooth for up to 8 hours. Smear on these eye-catching, glossy, neon lip balms and create your own Neon & Electro Style Statement!
Why you'll love it:
• Has bright color pigments for an electric color effect
• Comes in Strawberry, Lemon, Orange and Watermelon flavors
• Enriched with an exclusive lip-renew formula, vitamins & moisturizing ingredients
• Visibly renews lips to make them plump, soft and smooth
165 INR for 3.5 g
Directions For Use:
Apply to the center of your upper lip to the outer edges, following the contours of your mouth. Then glide across the entire bottom lip. Can be worn under lip color.
My Experience With Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm Oh! Orange!:
The packaging of Maybelline Baby lips is same as their Electro Pop series. It comes in a black plastic casing with a transparent cap. It has orange accents to it and the lip balm slightly peeps out from the tube. This is one concern I have with the packaging of the product because the lip balm is easily tipped off from the top while capping or uncapping it. Otherwise, the packaging is catchy, lightweight and easy to travel with.
Coming to the shade "Oh! Orange!", it has orange tint as the name suggests. The pack says it has vibrant neon color but honestly the tint is gaudy or loud. In fact, the tint is extremely light and won't help much if you have pigmented lips. On my lips, it gives a faint tint of orange but it is so light that my camera could not capture it well. Even if you apply underneath lip colors, it won't alter the lip color at all.
The texture of the lip balm is slightly different than any quintessential Baby Lips. It has a very light yet moisturizing layer which isn't very rich. Having said that, the lip balm is meant to protect the soft layer of the lips but it will not be enough to heal or cure the dry chapped lips. The smell of the lip balm is slightly tangy, resembling the name of the product. I often use this lip balm underneath liquid matte lipsticks and it really helps to prime and protect the lips from getting patchy and uneven after long hours. Maybelline Baby Lips generally have SPF but this Electro Pop version doesn't have which is a big con because nowadays every lip balm comes with SPF.
The hydrating factor of the lip balm is slightly low. Also, it only moisturizes the lips for around 3 to 4 hours maximum and after which my lips starts to feel little dry. Since I have dry lips throughout the year, I always require a heavy duty lip balm that would heal and moisturize the lips at the same time.
Pros Of Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm Oh! Orange!:
- Cute packaging and also color coded.
- It has an orange tint.
- Light hydrating texture.
- Glides smoothly and evenly.
- Slight tangy smell
- Hydrates the lips well.
- It works great underneath a matte lipstick.
- Hydrates lips for 3 to 4 hours.
Cons Of Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm Oh! Orange!:
- Not very hydrating for dry lips.
- The tint is very light and not for pigmented lips.
- The price hike was unnecessary.
- No SPF.
Diva Likes Rating:
This is a nice and cute lip balm but not a necessary one. The color versions of Baby Lips are better than this one and the Candy Wow as well. Thus, I would say you can skip this particular one without SPF.