Lancome Juicy Shakers

It always amazes me how beauty brands are constantly innovating to bring out exciting new launches. First there were matte lipsticks, then lip oils and now these gorgeous cocktail inspired Lancome Juicy Shakers:

I still remember when Lancome Juicy Tubes were a thing and desperately wanting one as a teenager. Fast forward 10 years and these exciting new Juicy Shakers are set to be even more popular! Shaped like a mini cocktail mixer, it contains a bi-phasic blend of pigment and oil which you shake to mix together into a moisturising lip colour. Now I must admit it was the novelty factor which first caught my eye but the packaging actually works really well, with the cocktail lid fitting comfortably into my hand and I love the soft tapered sponge which makes application so quick and easy.

In terms of colour, both Cherry Symphony and Freedom of Peach are very sheer, adding more of a light wash then anything heavy or dramatic. They're also both delicately scented with their fruit namesake and completely non sticky on the lips (great if you have long hair and live in a windy city like London)! For me these are the perfect handbag lip product, an ideal blend of colour and nourishing ingredients and I've already got my eye on Wonder Melon and Berry in Love to try next! 

Have you tried the new Lancome Juicy Shakers? What are your favourite lip colours this Spring?


  1. These look so cute and really gets me in the spring time mood. I did see these the other day whilst shopping but the sales assistant didnt really demonstrate it that well and I wasn't too convinced. The freedom of peach shade looks pretty :)

    Have a lovely day! ♥

    Ying | * Y i n g c b e a u t y *

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    1. Thanks Ying, definitely go back and have another play, the formula is really lovely and they'd be perfect for Spring/Summer x


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