Pat McGrath Labs Mini Lip Fetish Lip Balm Trio

Pat McGrath Labs is a brand that I see get a lot of praise online but they are out of my usual budget so I hadn't tried anything until now. I recently spotted on Instagram that these beauties were on sale for 50% off and when you buy directly from the brand's website you get see UK shipping so I had to see what all the fuss was about! 
Pat McGrath Labs Mini Lip Fetish Lip Balm Trio
Pat McGrath Labs Mini Lip Fetish Lip Balm Trio
Pat McGrath Labs Mini Lip Fetish Lip Balm Trio
Swatched from bottom to top: Blow Up, Clear, Flesh

The Lip Fetish Lip Balm Mini Trio usually retails for £20 but currently, it's available for £10! These lip balm minis are tiny but you do get 1.2g of product in each one so they will last for quite a few applications, especially if you are like me and don't reapply too often. If you don't need any more lip balms, there is also a mini matte lipstick trio for £10 as well on the site. I love the packaging, the gold lips are everything! The three shades included are:

- Clear: a subtle sheen
- Blow Up: a warm lighter beige
- Flesh: a bronzed rose

These lip balms will leave your lips with a dewy, luminous finish that's super smooth while providing lightweight hydration. They are free from radicals and will support lip softness and elasticity. I love lip balms and I can never get enough of them and I do really rate these! They keep the lips soft and smooth and provide long term hydration benefits for the lips. You aren't going to have to keep reapplying them to keep your lips feeling comforted and hydrated which I love. 

I have never found a nude lip colour that I have liked but Blow Up is a new favourite and I am considering investing in the full size as I love it and use it so much! Flesh is a touch too dark for me at the moment but I know in the winter months I will use this one a lot. The Clear option is great for applying in the morning in my skincare routine and under any drying lip products. If you are looking for some new lip balms, I highly recommend these! 

I believe Pat McGrath is cruelty-free from the research I did beforehand but it was a little confusing. 



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