Senna Lip Lacquer in Bonfire is the second shade that has been released as part of Senna Summer 2013 Sunglow Collection (swatches & photos). This shade is for those who like a pop of orange on their lips but nothing too dramatic so it can be worn during day time as well.
Senna Bonfire Lip Lacquer ($20.00 for 0.14 fl oz/ 4.28 ml) is a shiny blood orange with a medium-sheer color coverage. The color is buildable so if you want a more intense orange you just need to re-apply. If you are on the lookout for a bright red orange shade with a super shiny finish which gives you the effect of wet lips then Bonfire is a good option.
It has a light and creamy formula that glides easily, smoothly and evenly on the lips, without settling into lip lines. It feels light, smooth and comfortable on the lips also due to Shea Butter, Grape Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil and Mango Seed Butter infused with mega vitamins helps to moisturize and protect lips.The packaging is elegant and stylish without being to much but once you’ll open up the lip lacquer tube you will smell a delicate smell of vanilla.
After you apply the color you’ll notice it is slightly sticky on the lips but not as stickier as MAC Dazzlegass or Bobbi Brown High Shimmer Lip Glosses would feel and even less stickier than Senna Sunstone Lip Lacquer (review & swatches) from the same collection. The fact that it has a light sticky formula makes this color last for hours on your lips. I had 4 to 6 hours wear with this formula and the color is not removed completely even after I had good meal.
Bonfire is a shade that will look great on most skin tones but I feel that those with a light skin tone like me would probably want to swipe the color just one time on their lips while medium to darker skin tones can intensify this bright orange by building up the color.
Enjoy more photos…
Senna Bonfire Lip Lacquer – swatch
Senna Bonfire Lip Lacquer – lip swatch
Left (bare lips) – Right (wearing Senna Bonfire Lip Lacquer)
I hope you’ll find this review useful if you are looking for a bloody orange shade with a high finish. What do you think of this shade, is it something that you will wear on your lips this season?