Does Instagram ever inspire you to click “add to cart” on aesthetically pleasing beauty products? Some arrive at the door and are just plain disappointing, but one brand that translates beautifully from feed to front door is Gisou. The brainchild of super influencer Negin Mirsalehi, the brand first created the original Honey Infused Hair Oil a few years ago to sell-out success.

Now, you’ll be hard pressed to find a millennial without something from Gisou on their wishlist. In exciting news, the brand also has a sparkly new launch just hitting UK shelves this week, the Honey Infused Lip Oil, £24 here. If you’re already liking the sound of it, we’d recommend snapping it up soon as this very oil sold out in only six hours when it launched in the US.

Formulated with a unique nourishing combination of Mirsalehi honey – that’s right, Negin’s family are beekeepers – hyaluronic acid and a special oil blend, the golden lip product promises to be complimentary against all skin tones, and offers a whack of serious lip-loving hydration. The shape of the bottle might look like one of those fun wavy mirrors we all used to have in the mid-2000s, but Negin says the bottle is actually inspired by the way honey moves. Very poetic.

If lip oils are right up your alley, shop our pick of other trending formulas for all price points

Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil, £29.50 here

Unless you live under a tree, or just safely away from TikTok, you’ll probably know that this Dior oil is hitting it big amongst the millennial and Gen-Z generations. Users rave about its plumping ability and hydration benefits. Shop it in several glossy shades.

Zara Nourishing Jelly Lip Oil,£7.99 here

This hydrating formula smooths lips while delivering a wash of colour and healthy gleam. It also is a third of the price of many of the other luxe trending alternatives. Best buy all four shades then, we say!

Clarins Lip Comfort Oil,£20 here

Another TikTok-trending oil is this Clarins one. It comes in five shade options, but if you ask us the original tint-free version (Instant Light) is seriously superior. The formula is also enriched with pure plant oils to nourish and protect lips.

Revolution Pro Eternal Rose Lip Oil Rosy,£7 here

If you’re looking for a Clarins dupe, we suggest shopping this one from bargain brand Revolution. It also boasts a plant oil formula, with the ingredients carefully selected to keep lips soft, nourished and healthy all year round. Extra points go to it for being slick not sticky.

Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte’s Magic Lip Oil Crystal Elixir,£28 here

This might not look like the other oils, but don’t let that fool you. Inside this tube is a blend of hyaluronic acid, plant adaptogens and actual crystal powder. Tests show that with regular use of this oil, lip volume appears boosted by up to 70% in 28 days.

Now, which to wear first?

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