Beaute is a Canadian high-end brand by a young up-and-coming makeup artist called Beau Nelson. He's launching new products slowly and cautiously, and the latest product to be launched is the Weightless Lip Creme. This was also in my parcel from my US friend, and it is a liquid lip colour that gives me full and comfortable coverage, with ingredients that are meant to be beneficial for the lips. It really is weightless; it feels like nothing on my lips, is completely fragrance-free (and paraben free too) and lasts well. This lip creme held its own against a sausage and mash dinner on the day I received it (although slightly faded it wasn't patchy or uneven.) I'm not saying it lasts all day, but I've only needed to reapply after lunch today to refresh the colour; it hadn't completely worn off, and my lips felt better at the end of the day than they did at the start of it. I don't need to use a balm underneath this product, and that's almost unheard of for me. There are other, more neutral colours in the range; I am very interested in Modern Love, a plum brown.
Lipstick Rules has written an excellent review on the Liqui-Gel Stain for lips and cheeks here. I need Fever, a reddish stain, because obviously I don't own enough red lip and cheek products already. I do already own a few of the Luminous Volume Glosses, which are very good glosses indeed - I find these moisturise and condition my lips well too.
Weightless Lip Cremes are $26 (Canadian) for 3g, and can be purchased through the Beaute Cosmetics website. I'd love to see these available in the UK - I could see them doing well at Zuneta, or in somewhere like Liberty.