This lip liner adds just the right glow to a natural lip. Not too overpowering but perfect when you want a subtle brightness. Perfect with a rosy cheek, creamy foundation and highlighter for a healthy glow.
Lasts For Hours
Acts as a balm, lip liner and lipstick
This lip liner is named after Sojourner Truth. A purely courageous, inspirational woman. Sojourner was separated from her family at the age of nine and was subsequently sold for auction as a slave along with a flock of sheep for $100. In 1829, Truth escaped to freedom. She was an abolitionist and women’s rights activist and delivered a now-famous speech at the Ohio Women’s Rights Convention in 1851, that has come to be known as “Ain’t I a Woman?” Truth began to advocate for the rights of women and African Americansin the late 1840s and was known for giving passionate speeches about women's rights, prison reform and universal suffrage.
“We have all been thrown down so low that nobody thought we'd ever get up again; but we have been long enough trodden now; we will come up again, and now I am here.” - Sojourner Truth