Review: Clinique Almost Lipstick in Black Honey


I posted in my Gotta Haves #5 that I had been meaning to purchase this Clinique Almost Lipstick in Black Honey for ages, but kept forgetting about it when it came down to making a purchase. Well, I’ve remedied that and have been testing this out– and I’m so glad that I did!


Let me just start off by saying I tend to be a little intimidated by wearing a bold lipstick, so this couldn’t be more perfect for me. It’s a gloss/lipstick hybrid that works with the natural color of your lips, so the result is a color completely unique to you! It’s that fact that makes this so universal and will honestly look flattering on anyone.

It isn’t the most long lasting item out there, but that’s not a huge issue because it couldn’t be easier to use. You can apply it without a mirror and just forget about it. It’s moisturizing and goes on sheer but can definitely be built up for a deeper berry color, which is perfect for Fall!

I didn’t swatch it as it will look slightly different on everyone, but you can see it in action on me here.

This is definitely going to be one of my top go-to lip products for the rest of the year. I really have been loving it! If you’re looking for something easy, flattering and something that works from day to night– then definitely give this a go, it won’t disappoint.

What’s your go-to Fall lip color?

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9 comments on “Review: Clinique Almost Lipstick in Black Honey

    • I can be if you build up the color– it’s also great for toning down a too bright lip color if you apply it on top. It’s really perfect for everyday. Let me know how you like it! x

    • I know, I’ve been wearing it every day since I got it! Oh that’s one of the things I really do love about Clinique, they do really good sample sizes/bonuses! x

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