twilight-lip-venomSo, I have no idea what the connection between ‘Twilight’ and plump lips is. I mean, I can see how this product looks suitably vampiric (did I just make up a word?), but other than that, I think we just have to assume that DuWop saw a bandwagon and wanted to make sure they were on it.

Their Twilight Venom combines their classic Lip Venom lip plumper with a red lip stain: the idea is that you shake it up before using it, in order to “represent the blending of the human and vampire worlds”. Um, OK, DuWop, I was really just looking to plump up my lips, but you know, whatever.

I didn’t get on with Lip Venom when I tried it a couple of years ago, but one thing I’ve learned about lip plumping products is that they work differently on every set of lips, so what works (or doesn’t work) for me may have a completely different effect on you. With that said, those who wish to blend the human and vampire worlds, and have nice red lips while they’re doing it, can buy Twilight Venom for $16 at Nordstrom.

  1. Looks fun, but i am not sure I like the idea of the books etc being cheapened by makeup spinoffs, but whatever!

    And for the record, you unforch can’t claim vampiric as your invention :p

  2. I guess what they mean by twilight (could be wrong though) is the mixing of the light and dark worlds, human and vampire worlds, bringing both together. 🙂

    Ive never associated plump lips with vampires though, so i too have no clue where they make this connection.

    I guess they are trying hard with the gimmicky marketing method of what is mostly a simple product.

    Whats most important is if it works for buyers or not.
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