A lipstick for a woman is showcase lingerie. And since any woman can change and vary, her lipstick should change with her: today she wears a velvet finish, tomorrow she’s got a topical gel, while yesterday she was wearing a red and glossy lippie. And now, she’s got a matte metallic…
Transition your lip shade with new MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Metallic Lipsticks. These lippies deliver buildable coverage and act as the perfect holographic topper!
About the price
The brand has always been known for its affordable prices. And I managed to grab this set where each lipstick cost no more than a dollar, including the tax.
About the packaging
I really love the packaging of these liquid lipsticks - it’s a classy plastic of a nice design.
It doesn’t look shameful (if there are still people who bother about this aspect), the sponge here is handy with a nice hollow in it.
In a word, the product is quality:
Consistency and aroma
There’s some smell, which feels caramel but I can sniff it only when I place the tube right in front of my nose. I guess that it’s more distinctive but this is my chronic rhinitis to blame.
The consistency is moussy and easy to distribute over my lips. By the way, it sets almost immediately.
About the results
I don’t like it. First of all, it doesn’t look good - the products define all my skin woes. And secondly, this is a matte lippie but stains everything around. And the third goes the uncomfortable sensation throughout the wear.
My nude lips:
Well, this formula isn’t my cup of tea, even though the colors are beautiful:
Acai So Serious, E961a
Lifes no pink-nic, E962a
About ethical aspect:
The brand doesn’t test on animals.
I keep on buying their matte lippies with pleasure. But these metallic ones aren’t for me for sure.
They will be great for filled in lips, while others, more likely, won’t have them set.