Last week I was lucky enough to get invited to the Body Shop's HoneyMania and Colour Crush launch here in Athens. I got to see all the products from the new body line Honeymania and the brand new Colour Crush lipsticks and play with them a little bit.
The whole line of Honeymania really impressed me. First of all the smell, all the products has a sweet but floral smell which is not overpowering, the floral part surprised me because I was expected a sickening sweet honey smell, but no, the smell it's just amazing. The line includes a body butter, a shower gel, a body scrub, a perfume, a cute honeycomb shaped soap and a lip butter.
I have to say that the new lipstick line was the star of the event, with 24 new shades, 6 reds, 9 pinks and 9 nudes. These lipsticks have a soft, almost glossy texture, that glide on the lips like butter.
We also had a small surpise, we all were sent home with a gift, the HoneyMania Body Butter and a shade of the Colour Crush lipstick.
The lipstick I got is the shade 315 Coral Kiss, seriously it was like I picked up the color by myself, I'm a such sucker for anything peachy and coral! It's a light peachy shade with a few silver shimmers and it has a fruity scent which I love. The texture is something between a satin and a glossy one. The swatch makes the lipstick look more pigmented than it actually is on my lips, but you can definitely build up the color.
The body butter has got to be one of the best body butters I've tried so far from the Body Shop and I mean that! I think I like it even better than my beloved Shea Butter. The texture is what hooked me, it's really moisturizing and yet light enough to absorbed into the skin, something that the Shea Butter fails to do. The smell is pure heaven, a mix of floral and sweet together, which I think it's perfect for seasons like fall and spring. I want to try more products from the HoneyMania line, especially the lip butter and the soap, I'm addicted to soaps!
Have you tried anything from the HoneyMania line or the new Colour Crush lipsticks? What are your favorites? Let me know!