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Cadbury's launch edible chocolate lipstick

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Well, this lipstick looks good enough to eat – and that’s because it is.

The first of its kind, maybe a bit unsurprisingly, this lipsmacking lippy is made by Cadbury and looks pretty tasty. It’s a lipstick and a snack rolled into one.

Hmmm, we can see a design fault in this somewhere...

Called the Cadbury Crispello, the lipstick is based on the chocolate treat and uses the same combination of the colours the choccie does, including light textured vanilla mousse, crispy wafer shell and creamy Cadbury milk chocolate. Mmmm.

The makers reckon it’s so sweet we’ll be reapplying it all day, but we’re not sure that’ll work; we’ll probably scoff it after the first application.

Cadbury Crispello, which launched last year, was the first new brand launch from Cadbury in over 20 years. And it’s already a classic in our eyes.

The choccie lipstick is not yet available to buy but we're hoping it will be soon.

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