Kailijumei Flower Jelly Lipsticks: New Viral Lip Product On Instagram
Nothing will replace Kylie Jenner’s lip kits on the market (except for these Kylie Jenner lip kit alternatives), but the new flower jelly lipstick from Kailijumei is just as awesome, and has been selling out like crazy as well. The product is a clear lipstick created with jelly and gold specks, and there is a small flower implanted into the lipstick itself. The result is truly beautiful, as it looks like a flower blowing away in the wind, with the gold flecks floating around like bits of petals.
After its application, the Kailijumei jelly lipstick gives your lips a lovely pink tint. But not only that, it actually changes colors along with your body temperature. The only problem is, with how pretty the product looks, it’s pretty difficult to want to use and ruin!
Kailijumei’s lipstick has become an Instagram hit, but the beauty of the lip product in the tube is captivating enough that you’ll see more pictures of that than you will of women actually wearing it and showing what it looks like on. There are just too many amazing aspects in this lipstick to pass up on!
The pink tint that changes depending on your body temperature begins with a natural pink shade. It has a beautiful glossy finish, and the pink tone becomes lighter the colder you are, and a bit deeper when your temperature is higher. That seems perfect for the season change, too, as a lighter pink looks gorgeous when it’s snowy and cold outside, and sometimes all you need in the summer is a bit of a glossy pop to round out your whole outfit.
The China-based brand has Kailijumei jelly lipsticks for sale for $30 online, and it’s already all sold out. But of course there will be more available; they are still available to preorder in the interim. Or you could always try your luck on eBay, where they are selling knockoffs (that look just as nice in the photos) at a discount price, between $2 and $4 each – it’s cheap enough that the risk might just be worth it!
The legitimate Kailijumei products on their website are coming in and out of stock, but preordering will still be an option for quite some time, it seems. There would be no point in totally removing a successful product like this off of the market, because keeping the preorder open is beneficial to both the company’s profits and the customer’s wellbeing!
Photo courtesy of @kailijumei