Winky Lux's Liquid Lipstick Have Avocado In Them & Here's Where To Score A Tube
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If you're avocado-obsessed, let that stonefruit enthusiasm spill over into your makeup box. The new Winky Lux Liquid Lipsticks are packed to the brim with avocado oil, saving you from the dried-out feeling that is synonymous with matte liquid lipsticks. Rather than walking around looking gorgeous but feeling like you have drywall spackled across your lips, the fatty oil will help deliver hydrating nutrients to your pout.

"Winky Lux played off the success of its sister brand, Laqa & Co, which launched the Avo Lip Butter, a creamy lipstick made with 12 percent avocado oil last year. A derm confirmed to Allure that that's a lot of avocado," Allure reported. "Although we're not sure what the percentage is in Winky Lux's take — we've reached out to the company and will report back when we hear — you can tell the lipstick is different at first swipe."

So not only is avocado amazing when topped off on your sandwich, but it also is a complete makeup game changer. Not only does this new formula help make the whole matte-makeup thing a whole lot more comfortable, but it also helps it become virtually waterproof, letting your color stay on the whole day. "You can sip on your coffee or keep it on for SoulCycle, and the stuff won't budge," Allure confirmed.

So where can you buy the new Winky Lux Double Matte Whip Liquid Lipstick? As of right now, it's going to have to be via the computer rather than the makeup counter. You can shop the whole collection at Winkylux.com, and there are five different colors to choose from, costing you 13 dollars each. So as far as liquid lipsticks go, they're no on the super pricey side, which is a nice bonus!

Seeing how the lippies are "double matte whipped," they have a dessert-like theme, coming in shades like "Angel Food" (peachy nude,) "Shortcake" (cherry red,) "Cookie" (a tan nude,) "Lolli" (mid-tone pink) and "Whoopie Pie" (dark plum.) The packaging is adorable too, where there are little ice cream cones stamped down the length of the tube. They're definitely good enough to eat — and seeing how they now have avocados in them, it's becoming all the more tempting.