Tom Ford lipsticks are the epitome of luxury and glamour. From the packaging to the formula, there are a multitude of reasons why beauty lovers are willing to dish out $50 for a lipstick, time and time again. For me, while I've always lusted after them, I was hesitant to part with that much cash, unless I was certain it would be worth it - meaning, either the color was so unique that it could not be duped, or it was so wearable and versatile that I could get infinite usage out of it. Fortunately for me, when Tom Ford released the Lips & Boys collection this past December with miniature lipsticks for a slightly more easily justifiable price of $32, I deemed it the perfect opportunity to snatch up my first TF-imprinted lippie, and I chose Addison.
The miniature lipsticks in the Lips & Boys collection contain 0.07 oz and retail for $32, while their full-sized lipsticks contain 0.10 oz and retail for $50, so you actually get more bang for your buck with the minis. Addison, a repromote of Pink Dusk, is a warm, medium, dusky pink with a natural, satin finish. It's one of those colors that I can easily pop on, regardless of what the rest of my makeup looks like, because it goes with everything. It's pigmented, creamy with not too much slip, and very hydrating. The formula is definitely top-notch.
Tom Ford Lip Color in Addison
Wearing Tom Ford Lip Color in Addison
The Lips & Boys collection is limited edition, but you can still find some of the shades on Nordstrom, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Tom Ford.