lip stick review

Revlon ColorBurst Lacquer Balm Swatches

Revlon ColorBurst Lacquer Balms 105 Demure, 110 Coquette, 115 Whimsical, 120 Vivacious, 125 Flirtatious, 130 Tease, 135 Provocateur, 140 Coy, 145 Ingenue, 150 Enticing 

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Maybelline Color Drama Intense Velvet Lip Crayon Swatches

Maybelline Color Drama Lipstick Lip Crayons: 110 Pink So Chic, 120 Love My Pink, 140 Minimalist, 150 Fuchsia Desire, 310 Berry Much, 410 Fab Orange, 420 In With Coral, 510 Red Essential, 520 Light It Up, 630 Nude Perfection

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Max Factor Colour Elixir Giant Pen Stick Swatches

Max Factor Colour Elixir Giant Pen Sticks 10 Couture Blush, 15 Vibrant Pink, 30 Designer Blossom, 35 Passionate Red, 45 Intense Plum, 50 Hot Chocolate

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WORTH THE HYPE: Dior Addict Fluid Stick

Lipstick gloss/lacquer/stain hybrids are all the rage right now and I’ve tried my fair share of different formulas and can say that the Dior Addict Fluid Sticks do not disappoint. Aside from the beautiful, sleek packaging the applicator is a perfect doe-foot which allows you to get a tapered edge around the mouth and apply just the right amount of product. Packaging aside, these have quickly become one of my favourite lipstick/gloss hybrids. They have the perfect combination of shine so that lips look healthy and plump and the ideal amount of pigmentation so colour pay off is intense. If dry lips are an issue than chances are you’ll love these, they feel silky and comfortable on the lips and aren’t the slightest bit drying, they’re also very forgiving so if you have any flakiness or deep lip lines these won’t accentuate them. In terms of staying power the colour and shine does fade after a few hours, but they also leave a slight stain on the lips. Overall I really love these and am itching to try more shades, this is not a lipstick, it’s a lip hybrid at its finest.

*This product was sent to me for consideration disclosure policy.

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I picked up a Jordana lipstick because I’ve never tried them before, but I have tried their eyeliners, lipliners, and nail polish and love those. LOVE this lipstick! Only $1.99 (or less, can’t remember) and super pigmented and smells SO good. This is number 181, Strawberry Shortcake. (Smells like it too!)

Nature Republic Petite Cherry Rouge (H20) Review

Hello! I’ll be reviewing Nature Republic's Petite Cherry Rouge High Color (H20). Basically this is my first review of Nature Republic’s product and i’m just trying to make a review so please bear with me okey!? :P I am no professional blogger or any kind of that stuff, I was just doing this for fun and out of boredom :) 

So, here we go..

Item: Nature Republic Petite Cherry Rouge High Color

Price: 220php

Color: H20

This is my first lippie review and first red lipstick, hehe :P

This is what it look likes:

When wore:

I didn’t used any lip concealer, I just apply lip balm before putting the lipstick. 

When removed:

Pros:

- It doesn’t make my lips feel dry. 

- Highly pigmented. 

- Easy application. 

- Price is cheap enough compare to other korean brand. 

- Cute Packaging.

- Very light, easy to carry.

- Flavorless. No unwanted taste.

- I didn’t experienced any  stinging, irritation or allergic reaction while using this product. 

Cons: 

- You may want to re-apply after a couple of hours it doesn’t really stay long especially if you have that habit of biting  and licking your lips just like me, haha!

Will I repurchased it again?

- Maybe if I run out of stock but I would like to try the lippies from other lines. 

Will I recommend this?

- Sure! If you want a red lipstick with a very affordable price, you may try it. 

Okey, that’s all! I hope you find it informative :)

WORTH THE HYPE: Bobbi Brown Art Sticks

Bobbi Brown Art Stick Review. Lipstick “crayons” are all the rage these days and I’ve tried so many that I have enough different colours to draw a rainbow. Rather than a typical wind up lipstick crayon these are more like lipstick pencils and maybe that’s why I love them so much. I love the shape & definition that lip liner gives, but I don’t always have time to line my lips and then use a lipstick, but these give me the best of both worlds by being a two in one lipstick and liner combination. They’re easy to apply, extremely pigmented, beautifully creamy, have a semi-matte finish and give me that perfect defined edge that one can usually only achieve with lip liner. One gripe I often have with lipstick “crayons” is that they loose their tip within a couple of uses, but because these are pencils they can be sharpened meaning you can get a perfect edge every time. The staying power is also fantastic (which is another reason I love lip liners) but they do have a tendency to bleed around the outside of the mouth and do not last through eating or drinking.

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OVER HYPED: OCC Lip Tar

OCC were one of the first brands to start the lip lacquer not a gloss/not a lipstick/not a stain phase in lip products and now just about every brand you can think of is doing their own variations. If you’ve ever read anything about makeup you’d know the OCC Lip Tars get a lot of a hype and quite frankly I can’t quite understand why. No matter how little or much product I use and no matter what technique or tool I use to apply them they bleed, feather, smudge,  smear, don’t last long, dry out and irritate my lips, accentuate flakiness, apply unevenly, fade unevenly, have an overpowering smell and the packaging has a tendency to leak everywhere. I have tried many shades from dark to light and bright thinking certain shades just may work better than others but the result is always the same and I always remember why I don’t like them. I think these are a major disappointment and I’m annoyed I wasted so much money on them. I much prefer products like YSL Glossy Stains, Maybelline Color Elixirs and Klara Cosmetics Kiss Proof Lips.

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