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Dragon Lipstick

Dragon Lipstick

Regular price $49.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $49.99 USD
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Product Specifications:

  • 【Palace Identity】 is committed to providing people with the Royal grade cosmetic products of China's imperial court. The lipstick uses the golden Chinese dragon as the appearance, which makes it more noble.
  • Matte Finish Listick - Silky velvety texture gives you a sense of pride and makes you competent for any occasion.
  • Long Lasting Moisturizing Formula - Keep your lips moist and glossy for a whole day,make it more soft and smooth。
  • Available in Three Lipcolor - This lipstick is available in three colors, M01 with Queen's aura, M05 with Princess temperament, M08 with more like the queen.
  • Peony Seed Oil and Ganoderma Lucidum - Rich in a variety of amino acids, contains high active ingredients, prevents pigmentation, and comes with high-grade fragrance
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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Casimer Carter

Verry beautiful, lipstick smells good. Great design and nice color. It has a magnetic closing.

Isom Zemlak

Received in less than 3 weeks , really well packaged , one the most beautiful makeup brand i ever saw! Quality is beautiful ans great too

Otis Huel

Excellent lipstick. Accurate description of the product. The packaging is beautiful and the lipstick container is nicely weighted with a magnetic cap. It also smells quite nice like marshmallows.

Julian Breitenberg

Absolutely beautiful , I love it. I Don't even want to use it..lmao.

Aimee Dietrich

The lipstick is luxurious: from the weight to the quality to the smell of vanilla!! I am very shocked by the packaging . Even my Dior, YSL and Chanel products are not packed like this when I buy. I love it and am thinking of buying more soon . Probably M08 . The seller is very honest and I buy here several times . Shipping to Réunion (France) took a month which is fast . Thanks Zeesea for the quality products at reasonable prices