I have to confess I’d never heard about Innoxa before I found this lipstick in a bargaining bin at Priceline. This is the shade Marigold and it’s a bit cooler, darker, and frostier in person than it appears on the photo.
It has a lovely floral scent that isn’t overpowering but thankfully isn’t a generic sweet smell either. It smells a bit like a floral shampoo or soap, not unpleasant by any means.
I decided on this shade since it’s dark enough for me to wear it as a “nude only a bit lighter than my actual lip”. It’s a rather unusual colour and that’s what caught my attention.
The packaging is rather standard, nothing innovative or mind-blowing but it doesn’t have to be. It’s functional and looks alright.
The product itself is pretty good for a drugstore lipstick. It’s not extremely pigmented but you don’t have to work very hard to build the colour up either. It’s not as luxuriously creamy as I prefer, but it’s not too dry or too runny. It’s a nice medium option. It stays on ok, I’d recommend bringing the lipstick along if you plan on wearing it all day.
Not bad for something found in a bargaining bin.