RMS recently released some new shades and one of them is SPELL. It is meant for the lips and cheeks. When I first saw the color of SPELL in the pan I really did not think I would like it. It did not appear to be something that would be flattering for paler skin tones but I was really wrong. Not only is this color flattering on fair skin tones but I’ve seen it on darker complexions as well and it looks stunning. 

I am wearing SPELL on both my lips and cheeks in these photos and truly – this might be my favorite lip2cheek from RMS. That is saying a lot as I am a huge fan of Smile and Demure but this color is so incredibly easy to apply and incredibly universal and beautiful.

I use my fingers to apply it or a small stippling brush. The best thing about this color is that you can’t really “mess up” with it. It goes on sheer and it’s build-able . It also works as a contour for us fair girls! 

This product is not one to miss out on!

You can find SPELL here or here for $36 


What do you think of this color? Have you tried any of the Lip2Cheek colors from RMS Beauty?



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Blog of Britanie Faith. Conscious and Unapologetic Living. Beauty & Skincare Addict. Curve/Plus Size Model and Self-Love Advocate. Creator of Concoctions. Lover of Herbalism, Photography, Fashion, Flowers, Glitter, Books, Dogs, Coffee. This blog features original and inspired concoctions, makeup and skincare reviews and step by step tutorials, recipes, tips, product reviews, life updates, musings, makeup looks, fashion, vintage finds, and my everyday life and all of it's joys and struggles.


  1. Love the color!! I had recently bought this color and I preferred it using it on my cheeks. It really didnt show up for me as a lip color. I love all RMS Beauty Lip2cheeks!! I am guilty that I now have all of them. Favorite is Modest! And bought Curious after reading your blog 🙂

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