These holographic lipglosses are the beauty product you never knew you needed

21 November 2016
By Fashion Quarterly
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Unicorns babes, pay attention

The future of makeup is here and it is SO freakin’ shiny. Like, unicorn blood shiny!

*insert O-M-G emoji here*

We’re already obsessed with metallic liquid lipsticks (thanks Kylie!), but these holographic lipglosses are giving those beauties a run for their money; I mean look how perfect they are in both pigment and formula. Love!

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Every ’90s child will be having visions of makeup nostalgia in these little bottles of gloss! They’re like a rave in a container!

Sigma Beauty is the mastermind behind these trendy glosses which they’ve dubbed ‘Lip Switches’ and we will take them all, thanks.

Not sure about you but we are so ready for our lips to be lit.

Best layered over a bold lip colour, the 5-piece collection went on sale a few days ago, but sold out immediately, pretty much breaking the internet in their wake. The shades include ‘Double Whammy’ (green and lavender duo-chrome), ‘Flip Flop’ (fiery orange holographic finish), ‘Other Worldly’ (frostey green), ‘Pink Lotus’ (bold, prismatic pink) and ‘Transcend’ (cool, purple opal tones).

But don’t fret, makeup obsessives, Sigma will be restocking the unique rainbow tubes over the coming days. You can purchase the set for $34 USD, or individual glosses for $14 USD. Bargain!

Videos: Genevieve Jauquet / Pixielocks / Destiny Sunshine
Images: Sigma Beauty / Instagram

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