Huda Beauty Launches Diamond Balms

At £22 each, these lip balms add a little sparkle to your natural lip colour and can be used on-top of your favourite lipstick.

Introducing new Diamond Balms, six soothing, glossy balms each infused with the appearance of diamond dust for a super sparkly pout that you can use for both a natural or glam look.

The six shades have also got some sassy names to match, in true Huda fashion – NegligeeDirty, Thoughts, SeductressCensoredFemme Fatale and Lace Pantry, priced at £22 each.

The Diamond Balms are the luxe new addition to the Huda Beauty family and each of them are said to work hard at hydrating your lips whilst adding luminous shine.

The formula is packed with rich emollients that hydrate lips while leaving them ultra-glossy. Infused with a sheer pigment, Diamond Balm also add a subtle pop of colour while the sparkling pearls give the illusion your lips have been dipped in sparkling diamonds. 

Huda shared her top tips for application – “sweep each one of the buttery balms across lips first thing in the morning to put a sparkle in your step. Then reapply throughout the day whenever you need a pick me up.”

You can even layer these over your favourite lipstick shade. “It’ll add some sparkle as well as enrich the colour oh-so subtly.”

The shades NegligeeDirty, Thoughts, Seductress are already available on Cult Beauty while CensoredFemme Fatale and Lace Pantry are exclusive to, for a limited time of six months that started on March 27th.

Will you be trying them?

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