Hello, I am TAGAROT, I am a lipstick. My name is the Middle High German word for MORGENROT. Applied fresh in the morning, it's the best start to the day. Together with my siblings in several shades, we care for your lip skin with a creamy and highly pigmented texture. My best friend is KNUTZEN - in a double pack we are especially strong.
I come in seductive colors and provide velvety soft lips. Thanks to my creamy texture, I care for the delicate skin of the lips and protect them with nourishing and natural ingredients.
08 RED POPPY is a very bold, highly pigmented red shade inspired by corn poppy. The brick red with slight hints of orange is a classic lipstick colour and flatters every skin tone and eye colour. The bold and warm red puts a focus on the lips. The tone looks very natural.
You can apply me directly and still dab a little with your finger. So my color pigments connect with your lip. Afterwards, it's best to press on a paper towel and apply another layer - this way you get a precise, luminous result with my highly pigmented colors. For a soft look, just dab a little on with your finger.
Good to know: For more adherence, you can dab on ILGE, our Translucent Compact Powder, at the end.
BABASSU OIL: This South American palm tree is revered as the "tree of life". The hardest nuts in the world grow on it, from which the valuable oil with its cooling properties is extracted. Applied to the skin it leaves a velvety-silky feeling.
BEES WAX: It is the oldest natural base for balm. Compared to oils, the natural ingredient is slightly harder. Beeswax forms a light protective film on the skin, which has a soothing and soothing effect on skin irritations and dryness.
CARNAUBA WAX: It is the hardest wax of natural origin. It gives our TAGAROT a shine and the necessary resistance to breakage even at higher temperatures, which is an advantage especially in the summer months.
RICINUS: From them is extracted the oil, what is commonly known as castor oil. The oil supports the moisture content of the skin, providing a smoothing effect.