ICE + JAM - Pump Up the Jam

Want fuller lips without having to to go under the knife or needle?

Fancy an ample pout without the usual tingling, bee sting sensations, and redness that comes with plumpers?

ICE + JAM is da bomb.

You get temporarily plumper lips without any of the pain. It feels just like your usual lippie except you get the bonus of a juicy pucker that lasts way longer that that glass of wine on a Friday night.

All you need is dynamic duo ICE + JAM, a quick and easy two-step beauty gamechanger, invented by models and besties Jam Murphy and Ivy Mitcham.

Step 1:

Get yourself lip plumper ICE. This is what adds serious volume to your puss. What's truly remarkable about this plumper is:

- it can be worn alone, under or over lip shades for fullness 
- working with your own pH, it develops a delicate pink shade just for you
- fine lines get diminished while fuller, supple lips emerge 
- your kisser gets amped up with definition
- there's a built-in breath freshener
- it boasts a subtle tropical scent
- results occur just 90 after application yet last roughly three hours 
- the effect is enhancing every time you lick your lips
- the stunning clear and silver glass tube is so pretty, it would be a shame to keep in your purse all the time.

ICE is formulated without gluten, parabens, mineral oil, phthalates, triclosan, carmine, sodium lauryl, or sulfate and no animal testing either. Containing a "secret natural irritant ingredient" that transforms your lips to a more pillowy, cushiony capacity - at least for as long as brunch, a movie, or that afternoon board meeting that never seems to end. 

And don't worry - they fill out enough for you to notice, but not into ridiculously ginormous duck bills like on reality TV. Phew.

Step 2:

Pick your lipcolour. From vivid brights to luscious darks, petals pinks to stop-you-in-your-tracks reds, it's hard to choose just one. That why you should jump right in and get The Ultimate Lipwear Collection- 9 Pc Gift Set

Rich, smooth, velvety formulas that last for what feel like forever are demi-matte because not only is it insanely flattering, Ivy and Jam know we're fickle and stubborn and want it all in one. 

Ooh these lipsticks feel so decadent going on, yet deliver deep moisture thanks to a rare "cupuacu" butter (hand-scooped by women in Brazil BTW) - a natural emollient that helps repair dry skin. It also comes with a natural defence against UVA and UVB rays. You can purchase HerMan Cupuacu Butter Balm separately, but lucky us, there's a little container of it right in the tube, just underneath the flip-top cap that also houses a tiny mirror for touch ups (These women have thought of everything!).

God does it feel good to have something so deeply nourishing. You can thank castor seed oil, beeswax, and sweet almond oil, amongst others for that. So go ahead and toss your lip balms - you won't be needing them anymore.  

These whip-smart ladies also have outdone themselves with naming their paints. It just doesn't get better than these witty, playful, and downright ballsy designations. They're as covetable as the hues themselves:

Hi My Name Is...
Not His Wife
On The Desk
Ouch, Ouch, You're On My Hair!
Started At The Bottom Now We Here
Thank You Come Again
Who's The Daddy?

I'm currently rockin':

- Delicate and feminine Ouch, Ouch, You're On My Hair! A sweet petal pink that's unbelievably flattering, with just a smidge of flirty sophistication. Drool.

- Take no prisoners, calling in reinforcement Lesbehonest. When I need a boost of confidence or I'm in the mood to be noticed (hello handsome), this serious shock of pink does the trick in a few seconds flat. Ivy and Jam know there's no time to waste and there's no time like the present, so go get 'em. You've got this.

- The penultimate, all you need red Thank You Come Again. 'Nuff said.


Let's face it, sometimes you just want your lips a little amplified, taken up ten notches, next level, and yes even extra. Whatever your crave, ICE + JAM delivers. Big time.


Stephanie Dickison

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