Lime Crime to Release New Metallic Shades for Their Diamond Crushers Collection

From highlighters to eye shadows, metallic shades has been an ongoing trend in the makeup world lately. Several lippie brands are releasing "unicorn" colored lip products and one of those brands is Lime Crime who is set to release additional shades in their growing collection soon.

Known for their vibrant selection of lip colors, according to PopSugar, Lime Crime is set to release three additional colors to their Diamond Crushers top coat collection. The three new shades cited in the report are Cleopatra, a "rose gold" tone shade; Acid Fairy, a holographic shade; and Black Unicorn, shimmering shade with "oil-slick hue."

The article further noted that unlike lip gloss, Lime Crime's Diamond Crushers top coat is a "water-based" lip product that can be worn over a lipstick or on its own. The top coats also reportedly claim to last long without drying the lips and even with its formulation the product also does not smudge or transfer.

Diamond Crushers top coat costs about $19 each and will also come with a "Black Unicorn bundle" which costs $40 and will feature all of the three new Lime Crime shades. The release date has not yet been confirmed by the brand but will be made available on their website soon, per PopSugar.

These metallic-holographic lip product collection, as cited in InStyle, was released by the brand last year. Lime Crime Diamond Crusher Lip Toppers was also reported to first release with six glittery shades namely Trip, a mix of "iridescent purple and blue" shade; Lit, a golden shade; Strip, a sweet pink shade; Dope, a "soft rose" shade; Choke, a muted pink shade; and Fluke, a sparkly pink shade. Moreover, other than being known for their vibrant lip colors, Lime Crime also prides for being a certified vegan and cruelty-free brand.

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