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Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil, £28
This product went viral for a reason. Loved by celebrities and cult fans alike, it’s a classic and versatile choice. Thanks to its non-sticky, vitamin-enriched formulation, lips are coated with long-lasting shine and nourishment, while also being protected from stubborn cracks and dryness. The large doe-foot applicator quickly sculpts lips with a glossy sheen. Not only do you get an instant dose of hydration, but the soft tint looks natural and healthy. Extra points go to the added cherry oil, which smells incredible. Choose from a range of transparent, pinky and berry tones to suit all skin tones and preferences.
Available At Boots.com
Sigma Renew Lip Oil, £15.87
At first glance, it’s hard to tell this one isn’t a high-coverage gloss, with its creamy formulation and bold pigment. But don’t be fooled: with hydrating ingredients such as jojoba and sunflower oils, this is another impressive lip oil worth trying. It does all the right things, feeling non-sticky and non-drying while helping to nourish and repair lips with vitamin E. This is sure to leave your lips feeling supple and juicy, while coating them in a fun pop of colour.
Available at FeelUnique.com
Clarins Lip Comfort Oil, £20
It recently got a packaging overhaul, but this Clarins product was one of the first of its kind. The high-gloss oil is silky smooth to apply, with a honey-like taste, smell and consistency which drenches lips in intense hydration that lasts, without feeling sticky or heavy. Hazelnut oil protects lips from dryness, while jojoba oil enhances the luxurious texture. There are eight ultra-nourishing shades to choose from – we rate Honey for its universal colour-matching abilities and subtle tint that works well for everyday. Wear on its own or layer with other products to plump your pout.
Available at Clarins.com
Iconic London Lustre Lip Oil, £21
More lightweight than most, this subtle glaze promises an impressive, silky sheen. Infused with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C, it’s intensely hydrating, yet feels light and almost gel-based, so it’s easy to wear daily. A fun twist is the roller applicator: curving to your natural contours, it means you can apply generous amounts with ease, even on the go.
Available at LookFantastic.com
Versed Silk Slip Conditioning Tinted Lip Oil, £9
Versed’s innovative, affordable products are always a pleasure to use. Its lip oil has gone under the radar a bit, but it is another thoughtful skincare-first formulation from the brand. Offering a pretty, sheer pigment, it contains a skin-loving cocktail of jojoba, camellia and sesame oils to promote moisture. It has a more lotion based, creamy consistency than some on this list, but it still feels nourishing and smooth on application, with the oils penetrating through to replenish dry lips.
Available at Boots.com
Hourglass No 28 Lip Treatment Oil, £48
The ‘No 28’ in this one’s name refers to the 28 beneficial ingredients in its formula. From essential oils to vitamins and and other actives, all 28 are contained within a luxuriously smooth texture that makes it a real treat to use. The most prominent benefits to note are its ability to minimise fine lines and wrinkles, while plumping and replenishing dry lips. And all of this is housed in Hourglass’s opulent packaging – the product is dispensed via a 24ct gold-plated, antibacterial nozzle which adds a soothing, cooling aspect.
Available at CultBeauty.co.uk
Revolution Pro Eternal Rose Lip Oil Rosy, £7
This drugstore option is a serious contender. With a blend of plant-based rose and jojoba oils, itoffers a healthy and nourishing glow, close to that of a thick balm. The colour pay-off is designed to create a second skin-like hue, which enhances the natural tint of your lips – making this the perfect product to use on its own or as a top coat for lipsticks.
Available at RevolutionBeauty.com