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UsWeekly
UsWeekly
"Your Fashion and Beauty Survival Guide to Coachella 2017 — and the Rest of Festival Season"
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REFINERY29
REFINERY29
"This Color-Changing Lipstick Combines Two Of Our Favorite 90's Trends"
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Today Show
Today Show
"Why let fashion have all the fun? Gorgeous flowers, whether included in the product or packaging, make for a better skin care routine. It doesn't hurt that they are practically guaranteed to smell great"
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allure
allure
"People are wearing orange on Instagram for Gun Violence Awareness Day... Non-profit organization Everytown for Gun Safety started the movement and made June 2 this important day. Celebrities, fashion and beauty brands, and hundreds of other are taking to social media to show their support by wearing orange."
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love, kimber
love, kimber
"April Showers bring May flowers... These lipsticks change color depending on your body tempature! It reminds me of the mood rings I had when I was growing up remember those?"
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medium blonde
medium blonde
"Sassy Lips Lipcolor in Can You See Me Now? is a gorgeous, easy-to-wear, shiny lip hue (with a tiny flower tucked inside, like a boat in a bottle) that morphs from orange to a vibrant peachy-pink on your lips. It’s named for the 2017 Wear Orange theme."
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ESSENSE
ESSENSE
"The Wear Orange campaign kicked off in 2015, two years after the shooting and death of 15-year-old high school honor student and drum majorette Hadiya Pendleton on Jan. 29, 2013, in Chicago, Illinois. Pendleton's death was the catalyst for change, as her friends decided to band together and bring awareness to the issue and celebrate her life by wearing orange. Two years later the campaign is quickly gaining steam with the support of celebrities and giants in the fashion industry such as Donna Karan, Tom Ford and Zac Posen."
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THE LUXURY SPOT
THE LUXURY SPOT
"Here’s a scary fact: 93 Americans are killed every day by guns, and 7 of those are 19 or younger. In an effort to support National #WearOrange Day, a day devoted to creating awareness about gun violence in the US, companies are piling on board the common sense train to keep Americans safer. 2017’s Wear Orange Day is today, June 2, and we’re particularly excited that Sassy Lips, the maker of the cutest magic lipstick ever, released an orange lipstick just to help put that message on everyone’s lips."
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(OMG) BART!
(OMG) BART!
"Because nothing sparks a dialogue faster than the casual ‘love that lip color on you’, Sassy Lips’ new limited-edition Can You See Me Now? shade takes this natural conversation starter to a seriously important level. Created to support the 2017 Wear Orange Campaign, the stunning clear orange lipstick with gold flecks was formulated to help raise awareness about gun violence in the U.S."
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Cosmopolitan
Cosmopolitan
"One lipstick, endless hues; Swipe this on and watch your pout turn diffrent shades of pink based on your body temp. Plus: That little flower inside is a handpicked chrysantemum... beyond!"
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Seventeen
Seventeen
Our color changing Keep Them Guessing collection was featured in the July / August issue of Seventeen
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US Weekly
US Weekly
“Your Fashion and Beauty Survival Guide to Coachella 2017 — and the Rest of Festival Season” - Us Weekly Our Make The Moment collection was featured in the April 10th issue of Us Weekly under Festive Beauty Finds! Click the link above to get the scoop. April 05, 2017
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Grace Gold On Good Day PA
Grace Gold On Good Day PA
Sassy Lips was reviewed by Grace Gold on GOOD DAY PA - See what she had to say about the color changing flower lipsticks in our Make The Moment collection.
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BYRDIE
BYRDIE
"It's Official: This Color-Changing Lipstick Is The Coolest Thing We've Ever Seen"
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InStyle
InStyle
"A rose by any other name may not be as sweet, and no pink lipstick is prettier than one infused with actual flowers."
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BRIT+CO
BRIT+CO
"Launched in 2013 by local Chicago citizens when one of their own, 15-year-old Haydia Pendleton, was shot and killed on a playground, the movement had modest beginnings. Pendleton’s friends and family began wearing orange — the color worn by hunters for visibility and protection in the woods — as a form of symbolism. Thanks to the late teen’s loved ones, it quickly became a metaphor for a “hope for a future free from gun violence.” The campaign quickly grew, with 30,000 joining their ranks in the first year alone, and on June 2 (Pendleton’s birthday), even more will wear the color this year in her honor to “demand to be seen” and “demand change.”"
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LA STAMPA
LA STAMPA
Sassy Lips was featured in the Italian magazine LA STAMPA's June 2017 issue under the fashion section.
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Us Magazine
Us Magazine
"Wear orange as a reminder throughout the day - to yourselves and others - to use your voice to speak out againt lax gun laws and to be of service to those who have been affected by these unimaginable losses" - Lena Dunham
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TeenVogue
TeenVogue
"The flower lipstick revival comes courtesy of Sassy Lips, a recently-launched brand that stocks some of the coolest colors around"
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Daily Vanity
Daily Vanity
"It's something interesting to pull out of your handbag"
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BRIT+CO
BRIT+CO
"SassyLips has you covered. Their color-changing shades (think green to pink, black to vamp) offer a little something for everyone. But there is one that is a must-have for summer, and it legit looks good on everyone. Here’s a look."
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UsWeekly
UsWeekly
"I would collect every single one of them, it’s one of the most beautiful things we’ve ever seen"
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