Jesse's Girl lipsticks in Fabala, Plum Blossom and Sparkle-icious swatches+review

**PR sample provided by company representative**

HAPPY EASTER!!!! I don't have any special nail art or makeup looks for the holiday - but I did change up the colors a bit around the blog. What do you think? I do have some lipsticks for you today! I am loving these, which were sent to me by the peeps at Jesse's Girl. I've been testing them for a while.

First up is Fabala, which is named after someone very special in Jesse's life - his daughter! Fabala is her nickname, and this lipstick is dedicated to her! It's a nice fuchsia-y, purple color. Or at least that's how it translates on me :) I wore this over Spring Break to the Children's Museum here, and it lasted the entire 3 hours we were there! I found myself wiping the lipstick off with my napkin at dinner! Had I known, I wouldn't have rubbed the napkin so hard ;)

Plum Blossom is a deeper purple color, one that I'd say leans toward a wine-esque color. It's not as vibrant as Fabala, but it is just as pretty :) I wore this one out and about while we were on vacation, and it lasted for two hours - and that was only because we stopped at Popcornopolis, and I started eating! haha

Last, but certainly not least, is Sparkle-icious, a shimmery red! It's kind of like Ruby Too with shimmer. I wore this one to work (and while not eating there), it lasted the 3 1/2 hours I worked. By the time I got home, I had to eat lunch, but even after eating lunch, there was still some shine left to my lips :)

So what do you think of these colors? They are just three in a collection of gorgeous lip products from Jesse's Girl! I previously reviewed three others! The lipsticks retail for $3.99, and they are available on the Jesse's Girl website or at Rite Aid.

DISCLAIMER: Some products used in this post were provided to me by the company for consideration. This blog is written and edited by me, and the opinions are not influenced in any way and are not compensated. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I have any formal training in nail care. I'm just someone who likes to polish her nails :) Please read this post for more information.

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