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The CaraMia Chronicles- I’m Rude & Caliente

After loving the CaraMia blushes a lot, I couldn’t help but explore the rest of their range of products. I’m not a girl who is afraid of colour. I guess living in the Caribbean makes that a little easier to do. Now introducing: CaraMia’s lipstick in Rude which is an orange coral colour. It does appear on the red side but you see the orange tones on application. 
With flash
In sunlight
The colour is really pigmented so one swipe and you get what is in the tube. But what I didn’t like was that it felt really drying on the lips. The colour remained fixed for most of the day until I ate a really greasy meal!
So next up is their lip-gloss called Caliente. If you are a Spanish lover you would know the name Caliente in Spanish means Hot!!! So this colour is pretty deceiving, it looks red, really hot red but on application it comes across more like a hot pink. You can see in the picture below how the colour on the doe foot applicator looks like the red while lower down on the wand you can see the pink. 
The lip-gloss on its own is just like a regular lip-gloss, not too sticky but shiny enough. I preferred to layer Rude with Caliente. It gives the red look I was looking for. 
So overall I wasn’t so impressed with these two as I was with their blushes but I’m sure to continue on with exploring the range to see what other jewels I can find from them. I will be wearing Caliente though for Valentine’s Day!
Being Rude & Hot
XOXO
Naomi

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