Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil
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Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil review


20 colors I have shade 80
1,5 g
23 USD


Impossible to find

My thoughts on Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil

I received this in one of my subscription boxes and my first thought was, ok this seems to be a popular shade range within these subscription boxes since this is the third lip pencil I get that almost looks the same. But hey, it is a color that I like so can one have to many lip pencils?..Hmm don’t answer that:-)

Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil
Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil


Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil comes in a regular pencil packaging that you need to sharpen. I love that the color of it is marked on its end since it is much easier to find what you are looking for.

There are a couple of ways to use a lip pencil. Either you use it to outline your lip so that your other lip product don’t bleed out. Or you can use it as a full lip product. That is you use it as a lip stick. Or you can use it as a base for another lip product.

I don’t normally use a lip pencil as a pencil to outline my lip. I have rather full lips and normally don’t use super strong lip colors. Instead I prefer the two other ways. Normally I just fill in my lip and add a balm or a lip gloss on top.

Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil is not kiss proof but I really do love it. The color is amazing and suits me perfectly. It also lasts a long time on my lips.

It is easy to use and easy to blend as well, but if you are using it as me, make sure to exfoliate your lips before using it or your lips might look very dry and flaky.

Diego Dalla Palma lip pencil
Shade 80 Antique Rose

I give this product 7/7

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