Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Clinique Chubby x Crayola

OH MY DAYS! How super cool is this collaboration from Crayola and Clinique. So I know it’s the standard chubby stick however by cleverly teaming up with Crayola, Clinique have awakened a nostalgic excitement in us. We all remember opening a brand new box of Crayola crayons as kids. The smell, the textures on the paper, the classic shade names. It was through Crayola that I learnt what shade Cornflower, Robin’s egg blue and Magenta all translated as.
Clinique even included a colouring in picture of Nic and a box of crayons in our parcel. Such a fun idea. Congrats Clinique marketing team, you nailed it. 

Anyway, onto the product. Clinique have launched 10 limited edition shades, which, will be sold exclusively at Selfridges and online from 3rd February for those who can’t get to Selfridges. 

Each Chubby lip crayon is a moisturising balm, which provides a mix of bold and sheer tones delivered through a satin, moisturising texture. 

 We have 8 of the new shades to share with you…

 Nice array of fresh tones to slick on in a hurry this Spring/Summer. All of the shades are pretty sheer with the exception of Red Violet and Brick red which have a bolder pigment.

 You can purchase the Crayola Chubby stick box as seen above for £35.00 or purchase individually for £17.50. Both available here.



  1. The brick red is the best shade :)

  2. This is such a cool collection! Great as a gift to give for someone just getting into makeup! x

  3. Such a fun idea! I need to pull out my old pencil case for these!

    Blush & Pearls by Angela

  4. What a great idea! For once I actually love all of the colours in this set!
    Will they be featured in a video so that we can see if they look as good when worn for real? xx

  5. They are such fun really love the darker shades xxxx

  6. The shades are very pretty, but I must say that Red Violet and Brick Red are my favorite. Nice the package these chubby sticks have.


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