Last winter I wore Rimmel's Kate Moss Matte Lipstick in 107 all the time. I loved the deep berry shade and how easy it was to wear. Now that we're in the depths of autumn I'm beginning to delve into my collection for all those dark A/W shades and it dawned on me that I don't own any lip liners to wear with them. Often I feel as though I couldn't possibly buy a lip liner for every lipstick I own (which says a lot about how many lipsticks I own) but when it comes to one of my most worn lipsticks I think it is definitely worth it. After a lot of swatching in my local Superdrug I found Collection's Lasting Colour Lip Definer in the shade Damson. I found that Damson was not only a fantastic colour match but it's really creamy and pigmented and because it is a retractable lip product I don't ever have to sharpen it.
In the photo above I'm wearing Collection's Lasting Colour Lip Definer in Damson all over my lips and I was able to achieve an opaque lip colour very quickly and easily with defined edges. Damson isn't completely glossy but it is definitely not matte, so if you like the colour of Rimmel's Kate Moss Lipstick in 107 but don't like matte lipsticks then this is a great alternative - and really affordable too at only £2.79 (available from Superdrug).
Personally I'm sold on this lip product, I love the colour and the formula and it works perfectly with one of my favourite lipsticks. Have you tried any of Collection's Lip Definers? What do you think about this shade for A/W?