These £20 Lip Oils Are Trending On TikTok And Eight New Shades Have Just Landed

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by Laura Capon |

TikTok has left us with many an obsession. First there was that feta pasta, then there was Emily Mariko's salmon bowl and now we have Binley Mega Chippy playing on a loop in our heads.

All that before we've even got to the beauty trends that have overtaken both our lives and make-up bags.

The latest beauty product to make it big on TikTok? Lip oils, and we have Dior Beauty to thank for the initial hype after their Lip Glow Oils went viral on the platform last month and sold out everywhere.

While Dior Beauty have been busy restocking, Clarins has sneaked into the lip oil arena with a rebrand of their iconic Lip Comfort Oil, which has been duly repackaged and reformulated in a line-up that features eight brand new shades. Needless to say that the TikTok set quickly caught on and are, quite rightly, obsessed.

New shades include Honey, Raspberry, Cherry, Pitaya, Apricot, Strawberry, Chocolate, a spectrum that ranges from amber to plummy and deep berry tones. Browse the TikTok reviews and shop the products in question below:

Watch: TikTok Users Apply The Clarins Lip Comfort Oil

Thankfully, and for the time being at least, the Clarin's oils are still in stock, but speaking from experience cough Dior Beauty *cough you might want to make this an immediate pay day purchase before it inevitably becomes a global sell out. Not that you need any enabling we're sure.

Main image credits: TikTok @angelaypark @abrowngirlrecommends @hannah_martin_makeup

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