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NYX Macaron Lippie in Chambord Review + Swatches

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Color:
NYX just describes this lippie as “black.” That’s certainly not off the mark! Chambord is a semi-matte (as promised) green-based black. This is a true black, not a dark grey, and the pigment is true to what you see in the tube. It’s a twinge sheer in one swipe, but two is perfect for true opacity. While other black lipsticks exist, and there’s definitely a market for them, black is still absent from most major brands’ lines, so it’s great seeing NYX come out with one. 4.75/5)

Wear:
I’m pleased to say Chambord looked fantastic for 5 full hours of wear. It didn’t fade or feather throughout that time. (5/5)

Formula:
Like the other lippies in the Macaron range, Chambord applied smoothly and felt so creamy. It also had bold, strong pigment (that could benefit from the precision of a lip brush). I like that this applied better than some of the others. This was more forgiving on dry lips and didn’t bunch up like Blue Velvet did on dry patches. Also, my lips didn’t feel as dried out after wearing Chambord. However, I had this on for a few moments to photograph, and it had already stained my lips (to the point where I needed a scrub to get the color off all the way). That type of excessive pigment seems to be common with this range of lipsticks. (4/5)

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Packaging:
As I’ve said before, the Macaron Lippie line’s packaging feels markedly cheap. They come in black plastic tubes with a clear band that shows a peek of the color inside. To show that color, the inner tube is clear, which I think looks very low-budget. Also, these have an inexpensive feel (the lipstick can rattle in the tube in some, and I have one where the color was smeared inside the clear tube when I bought it). I don’t think the plastic is dexterous enough to withstand a lot of rough use (drops or travel). However, they’re not too large and store easily. (3.5/5)

Price:
Each Macaron Lippie is $6 USD for 0.16 oz of product. That’s $37.50 per ounce, which is more product for less money than a MAC lipstick ($16 for 0.1 oz), for example. But of course, quality is just as important as face value. Chambord is fantastic not only for the price, but for the line as a whole. (5/5)

Wow Factor:
As I’ve mentioned, black lipsticks are rare and bold, but not unheard of and definitely have their fans. So while the shade was one of the less unique in the range, it’s quality impressed me. I’ve struggled with some of the other lipsticks in the Macaron range, as my lips are chronically dry, but Chambord was more forgiving, which I appreciated greatly. I can see myself getting more use out of Chambord than some of the others for this, alone. (4.5/5)

Overall:
I think Chambord is excellently done. It’s pigment rich, long-wearing, and comfortable to have on the lips. It also has one of the most even applications out of any in the Macaron range that I’ve tried so far. I think it’s fantastic that members of niche cosmetic communities (cosplayers/those with a darker aesthetic) now have access to a superior black lipstick than was previously available, at an inexpensive cost. It also goes without saying that a shade this dark will look bold and dramatic across all skin tones. (4.5) A-

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Availability:
-nyxcosmetics.com
-Target
-Ulta

Useful Information:
-This product was purchased by me.
-The 12 lipsticks in this range all have a nice, faint vanilla scent.
-NYX is cruelty-free.

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NYX Macaron Lippie in Black Sesame Review + Swatches

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Color: NYX describes this lipstick as simply “light gray” with a “satin matte finish.” I agree on both counts. Black Sesame looked like a light concrete gray to me, and does have that semi-matte texture. When I looked at this line, this grey seemed the most interesting to me, and one of the more wearable of the unusual shades. I certainly don’t own anything like this! (5/5)

Wear: With how great the pigment comes out, I was expecting this to last longer. However, Black Sesame only made it three full hours of wear. By four hours, it began to look sheer. (3.5/5)

Formula: The texture of this lipstick is really nice. It goes on creamy and smooth, and applies easily and evenly. It didn’t tug on the lips or go on patchy. It also had great opacity. However, it has a slick feel that never becomes tacky. This bothered me a lot as it was very unpleasant (although if you hate thick/tacky lipsticks, this would be great formula to try). This also have a nice vanilla scent. (4/5)

Packaging: The packaging felt cheap to me. It’s plastic, and with some of the lipsticks in this line, the tube can rattle a little bit. I also received one that had lipstick smudged on the inside of the clear plastic tube (not cute). It just doesn’t seem like a lot of effort was put into packaging. It’s functional and theyre easy to store, but these seem prone to cracking or other damage if dropped. (2.5/5)

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Price: A single Macaron Lippie is $6 USD for 0.16 oz of product. This is a more generous weight than even MAC lipsticks (which are only .1 oz and almost 3x the cost of one of these). Macaron Lippies are also the cheapest per ounce I’ve ever seen a cosmetic product, coming in at only 3 cents an ounce! But as always, I factor in getting your money’s worth as well as the monetary value. Black Sesame is a beautifully unique shade, and applies and builds well for full opacity. So i certainly think this delivers on quality for the price! (5/5)

Wow Factor: There’s a lot of positive things to be said for Black Sesame. It has great opacity and is easy to apply. It has a creamy  feel going on. A lot of brands come out with shades that look bold in the tube but are very sheer and watered down; this Black Sesame isn’t like that! However, I didn’t like the oily feel this had on my lips, and the wear was a little disappointing. (3.5/5)

Overall: This is definitely a unique, bold shade I can see many women being interested in. The neutral tone and intense pigment makes me believe this would be flattering across all skin tones. The formula nice and the price can’t be beat, either. Just be mindful of the feel the thin formula has on the mouth, it’s not for everyone. (3.1) C-

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Availability:
-nyxcosmetics.com
-Ulta
-Target

Useful Information:
-NYX is cruelty-free.
-This product was purchased by me.
-There are 12 shades in the Macaron line.
-This line of lipsticks can have bold, but fussy, pigment. To ensure even, smooth application and the best wear possible, have your lips buffed (using a toothbrush or scrub) and moisturized pre-wear.

Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipstick in Wolvesmouth Review + Swatches

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Color:
Sephora’s site describes Wolvesmouth as “metallic berry.” My impression was that it’s a cool, midtone metallic burgundy. Needless to say, it’s a fabulous fall color and quickly became my new fave. I own nothing like it. The metallic finish is noticeable without being too intense. (5/5)

Wear:
This lipstick is exactly what I mean when I say “long lasting.” It looked perfect for a full 8 hours, even after a meal. It didn’t even fade in the center of the mouth, the way lippies tend to do as you eat. It stayed on through it all. (5/5)

Formula:
This lipstick applied smoothly and went on rich and even. It didn’t budge, and yet remained comfortable to wear. It didn’t dry my lips out at all. Of the three I’ve tested so far, Wolvesmouth had the smoothest application and the nicest feel. It also has a delicious creme brulee scent. (5/5)

Packaging:
As usual with the Studded Kiss line of lipsticks, Wolvesmouth came in a black studded plastic tube. I think the packaging is fierce and matches the image of the brand. Also, I think it’s dexterous enough to withstand travel. However, the tubes are a bit wide, but I don’t find them difficult to store. These may work better going in a drawer than a stand-up acrylic lipstick holder. (4.5/5)

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Price:
Studded Kiss lipsticks are $21 USD for 0.1 oz of product. That’s $210 an ounce. MAC lipsticks are $16 for the same amount ($160 an ounce), so these aren’t the cheapest lippies on the market. However, I think Wolvesmouth is fantastic quality. It’s a beautiful shade with great texture and staying power, perfect for this time of year. I absolutely, highly recommend it and think it has the quality to back up a $21 price tag. (5/5)

Wow Factor:
Wolvesmouth definitely impressed me. It has a great, subtly metallic finish, rich pigment, easy, smooth application, and top notch staying power. If it’s good enough to trump all my pink lippies and take the place as my favorite lipstick, then it’s definitely got something special! (5/5)

Overall:
Wolvesmouth is fantastic and I highly recommend it. I love the berry color and finish, and it’s exemplary of what a great lipstick should be: rich pigment, great staying power, unique, comfortable to wear, easy to apply. I wish all the lippies in the Studded Kiss line were up to this standard. It’s a fabulous shade. (4.9) A+

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Availability:
-Studded Kiss lipsticks are available exclusively at Sephora

Useful Information:
-This product was purchased by me.
-Kat Von D’s makeup line is cruelty free, but the parent company is not.

Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipstick in Wonderchilde Review + Swatches

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Color:
Sephora describes the shade as “iridescent neon lilac.” On the lips, its a mid-tone cool fuchsia purple with purple iridescence. I don’t have a shade like this, and haven’t seen a color this rare. It will be hard to dupe! (5/5)

Wear:
This is a surprisingly long-wearing lipstick. It wore well for 5 hours and looked mostly in-tact after a meal. It didn’t fade, bleed, or feather. (5/5)

Formula:
The formula on Wonderchilde is not stellar. The iridescence in this shade felt gritty going on. Also, it needs to be built up, and even then, I can only get it to about 80% opacity. The base color applies smoothly but the iridescence is a little patchy. However, it didn’t dry my lips out. It also has a lovely creme brulee scent. (3.5/5)

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Packaging:
The Studded Kiss Lipstick line has edgy black studded plastic tubes. I think it’s glamorous and fits Kat Von D’s image perfectly. The size is a little large, but I don’t find these lipsticks any more difficult to store than other brands’. The packaging doesn’t feel cheap, which I like at this price point. (5/5)

Price:
These lipsticks sell for $21 USD and contains 0.1 oz of product (for a total of $210 per ounce). A MAC lipstick is $16 for the same amount ($160 an ounce). So Studded Kiss lipsticks aren’t the cheapest lippies around. However, I think the rareness of a shade like Wonderchilde alone will warrant lots of purchases. Also, it’s not a bad quality lipstick. It doesn’t apply perfectly (or totally mask pigmented lips), but it does a fair job, so I think it’s worth it for a shade this unique. (4/5)

Wow Factor:
Of course a shade like this is impressive, because it’s rarely been done before. It’s one of those eye-catching colors as soon as you open the tube. The sparkling effect it has on the lips is interesting as well, like fairy dust. There’s room for improvement, but generally I was impressed. (4/5)

Overall:
I think Wonderchilde is a special lipstick. It’s got a unique, interesting color that I can see people reaching for when they want to stand out, boost their confidence, go to a party, wear with a cosplay, etc. For a shade this twinkly, it’s long lasting as well. It didn’t dry out the lips despite feeling a bit gritty. If the color interests you and you don’t mind the price, I would recommend it. (4.4) B+

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Where to Buy:
-Studded Kiss lipsticks are exclusive to Sephora

Useful Information:
-This product was purchased by me.
-Kat Von D products are cruelty-free, except where mandated by law.
-This lipstick is made without parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.

Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipstick in Backstage Bambi Review + Swatches + Dupes

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I had been very eager to try Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipsticks since their inception. So when I got the chance, I picked up three (and since holiday collections came out, I’ve scored a bit more!). The first one up for review today is Backstage Bambi, a “matte vivid hot pink.”

Color:
As you all know, I live for pink lipsticks. Backstage Bambi is a bright, midtone pink, just like the brand describes. The color payoff is true to the tube as well. It’s a gorgeous shade, but it doesn’t get any originality points–many have compared it MAC’s Candy Yum Yum, and I found it similar to MAC’s Girl About Town, only matte (GAT is Amplified Creme). 4.5/5

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Wear:
This made it to the 5-hour mark, which is my goal for a lipstick, looking flawless. Backstage Bambi had some extra staying power, though. At 6 hours it looked a bit sheerer and felt more stain-like. Despite this, at the 8-hour mark (and after a meal), this lippie still looked fantastic: bold pigment and even wear. It should be mentioned that this promised 10 hours of wear, but that’s a little ridiculous to me. Having said that, it cut it close! 5/5

Formula:
This lipstick is matte, so it tugged at the lips ever so slightly (but still went on easily, just less creamy). It applied, and wore, opaque and evenly. It had that powdery texture on the mouth that most mattes have (that I don’t dislike) and a wonderful scent that I thought was vanilla, but is technically creme brulee. It lasted well and was comfortable all throughout the wear time. It didn’t dry my lips out, to boot. 5/5

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Packaging:
I’m in love with the packaging on this line! It’s so perfect for Kat Von D–studded, shiny black plastic tubes. They’re edgy and cool looking, without the plastic feeling cheap, which is nice from a brand at this price point. You’ll love taking these with you to reapply in public! The circumference is a bit large, though, so while they’re not cumbersome, they may not be a breeze to store (I lay them on their sides in a drawer). The sticker on the bottom identifying the color name is shaded to match the product, though, so I imagine this could help with organization. 4.5/5

Price:
Each Studded Kiss lipstick is $21 USD for 0.10 oz of product. This isn’t the cheapest on the market (MAC is $5 less for the same product weight), nor is the shade so unique it justifies picking this specific pink, at this price, over all others. However the quality, pigment, and staying power is all there with Backstage Bambi, warranting a high “bang for your buck” score. As always, I leave whether or not expensive products are truly “worth it” to the individual. 4.5/5

Wow Factor:
Again, not the most special shade under the sun. But for a matte? It’s very impressive–easy (enough) application, long wear (post meal), vivid pigment, even fading. Those make for a good lipstick to me! What’s truly remarkable is that Backstage Bambi doesn’t dry the lips out–every matte lipstick lover needs that! 4/5

Overall:
Backstage Bambi is a great lipstick. It delivers on it’s promise of bold pigment and “luxe comfort.” While it didn’t reach the promised 10 hour mark, it made it to 8 looking fantastic. If you’re interested in this lipstick, I wholeheartedly recommend it. 4.6 (A-)

Availability:
-Sephora, Exclusively

Useful Information:
-This product was purchased by me.
-Kat Von D’s makeup line is cruelty free, yet follows the “where mandated by law” animal testing policy.
-This lipstick is made without parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.
-This lipstick also contains vitamins A, C, and E to keep lips moisturized.

Wet ‘n’ Wild MegaLast Lip Color in Think Pink Review + Swatches

I had never tried a Wet ‘n’ Wild lipstick before, but I had heard good things about them. When I saw a cute shade of pink, Think Pink, being promoted at my local drugstore, I knew I had to buy it. Not only can I not say no to a new pink lippie, a portion of the sales from this particular shade would go to the American Cancer Society. 
Color:

Think Pink is a warm, bright pink with a fairly glossy finish. It wasn’t quite as dupeable as I expected–a lot of shades I thought were similar were too orange in comparison–but Revlon Lip Butter in Sweet Tart was the closest I have, although it’s lighter, cooler, and more shimmery than Think Pink. (4/5)



Wear:
This lipstick went on fully opaque and stayed that way for a full 5 hours, even after a meal. Even the glossiness persists more than I expected–after an hour, the shine had worn down a little, but it didn’t turn semi-matte until the fourth hour. (5/5)

Formula:
This has a very faint chemical scent, but it’s very minor and not noticeable on the lips. It applies creamy and smooth, very pigmented. It doesn’t tug on the lips when you put it on, and remains comfortable to wear. It has great staying power for such a creamy formula. (5/5)

Packaging:
Unfortunately, the packaging looks and feels cheap. It’s all lightweight plastic with a clear cap. I noticed that the cap on mine feels looks, like you can shake it around a little. I imagine it might crack easily if dropped or during travel. Also, the twist-up product doesn’t twist down into the tube all the way (it’s designed to stick out a little) but it ended up smearing the inside of the cap. (2.5/5)


Price:

This line of lipsticks sells for $1.99, but I was able to get it for even less on sale. Each tube contains 0.11 oz of product, which is marginally more than average. Since the face value of these is inexpensive, the price per ounce is effectively cheap ($18.09 per ounce). I love when drugstore products like this prove that quality doesn’t have to come with an unpleasant price tag. (5/5)


Wow Factor:
I was highly impressed by the pigment, smooth application, and staying power of this lipstick. It’s always great when a brand gives back as well. It’s not the most unique and the packaging is underwhelming, though. (4/5)

Overall:
This is one of those drugstore gems. It’s different than most things in my collection of pink lippies since it leans much warmer and is darker toned while still being quite girly. It applies like a dream and lasts extra long. All that for the price can’t be beat! (The flimsy packaging is what brought the score down.) 4.25 (B)

Availabilty:
-Drugstores
Useful Information:
-This product was purchased by me.
-Wet ‘n’ Wild is completely cruelty free and mostly vegan.

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Kat Von D launches Studded Kiss Lipstick for Fall 2014

Image via Sephora

Kat Von D’s makeup line has been on my lust list for a long time now. All of her products seem high quality, with sleek, edgy packaging, and unique shades. So when I heard about her new line of Studded Kiss Lipstick for fall 2014, I knew I had to let you beauties know! With 30(!) fabulous shades and a funky mix of finishes, there’s bound to be a hue for any aesthetic personality. Wonderchilde, pictured above, definitely caught my eye! There’s girly pinks and purples, soft nudes, femme, classic reds, powerful, fun glitters, deep, edgy berries, and bold blacks, browns, and bronzes. These seem so different and unlike what other brands are currently offering. All 30 lippies are currently available at Sephora.
Here’s a list of the full shade range:
  • Noble-matte petal pink
  • Agatha-matte pink nude
  • Lovecraft-matte berry beige
  • Lolita-matte dusty rose
  • Cathedral-matte coco rose
  • L’ecole Des Femmes-matte salmon pink
  • A Go Go-matte bright orange
  • Countess-matte hot coral red
  • Adora-metallic candy apple red
  • Underage Red-matte bright crimson
  • Hexagram-matte blood red
  • Archangel-matte rusty red
  • Hellbent-matte fire engine red
  • Bachelorette-matte dark reddish fuchsia
  • Backstage Bambi-matte vivid hot pink
  • Sexer-matte fluorescent pink
  • Lullabye-matte magenta violet
  • L.U.V.-matte rich violet
  • Wonderchilde-iridescent neon lilac
  • Coven-matte lavender
  • Wolvesmouth-metallic berry
  • Prayer-matte deep mauve
  • Bauhau5-matte deep raspberry
  • Vampira-matte deep reddish burgundy
  • Homegirl-matte black cherry
  • Motorhead-matte black red
  • Poe-shimmery navy
  • Slayer-matte pitch black
  • Thin Lizzy-sparkling brick copper
  • Gothica-shimmer bronze
What do you all think of this impressive range of lipsticks? Will you be picking up any, or are brights not your thing? Wish there were more cream/satin finishes? Let me know!

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Beautiful Thinking: The Perfect Lipstick

If you had asked me, before I was a makeup junkie, which cosmetic product I favored, I would’ve said eyeshadow. But nowadays, after sampling all sorts of product types, I can say easily that my favorite kind of product is lipstick. A lippie is the one thing I can swipe on with no other makeup and instantly feel more together.

So what would it take for me to have the perfect, holy grail lipstick? Here’s what I would require:

  • Full opacity, a soft shine, and bold color.
  • A smooth application–no bunching, bleeding, feathering, or melting into lip lines.
  • A creamy feel, comfortable wear and post-wear hydration.
  • 5-8 hours of solid, perfect color, with even fading when the time comes.
For the perfect product, I’d be willing to pay any amount I could, so price and packaging aren’t major factors. I do enjoy superficial touches though, like luxe packaging and a lovely scent. What do you think lovelies? Know any lippies that meet my requirements? Let me know! I’d be dying to try ’em. And feel free to tell me what your ideal lipstick (or shadow, or foundation, whatever!) looks like!

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NYX Round Case Lipstick in Narcissus Review + Swatches

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I’ve heard a lot about NYX over the years. This isn’t my first experience with them (an eyeshadow was… and I shudder to think about it!) But this is my first try with their lipsticks. Since I know I love bright pinks, I figured the bold shade Narcissus would be a good place to start with the brand’s popular round case lipsticks.
Color:

It’s common knowledge that I love pink lipsticks, so I figured I’d probably have a dupe for this in my stash already. But I was pleasantly surprised by Narcissus’ uniqueness! It was warmer and brighter than all the others I have. Narcissus is a cool blue pink with a sheen, but it’s warmer than the other blue pinks in my collection. This actually reminded me of a lipstick version of China Glaze’s Flip Flop Fantasy polish, except FFF is matte and errs more coral, whereas Narcissus is distinctly pink. The brand describes it as “clean blue-toned pink cream” (4/5)

Wear:

For a product that went on so smooth and slippery, I wasn’t expecting the great wear I got. There was some initial fading after the first hour or so, but after that, it stayed consistent for a solid 5 hours. (4.5/5)


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Formula:

This lipstick goes on nice and smooth,  and although it’s not the wettest I’ve ever felt, there is some slip. The application reminded me a lot of Revlon’s Lip Butters-it looks fine from a normal viewing distance, but up close, you can really see how the lipstick clings to every line in the lip. Not cute! However, I found that the formula was very comfortable to wear. It didn’t heal dry lips, but it didn’t make them any worse for wear after a full day. This is definitely one of the more comfortable lip formulas I’ve tried. (4.5/5)


Packaging:

Round Case Lipsticks come in circular, shiny black plastic tubes with product name on top of the cap and a color swatch on the bottom (making it easier to find the shade you’re looking for once the product is in your storage). It doesn’t feel cheap (but doesn’t feel more expensive than it is, either). I think NYX’s packaging is cuter than what you normally get at the drugstore. (5/5)


Price:

This lippie cost me only $3.99 USD for 0.14 oz of product. This is a great deal, not only because of the bargain price tag, but because you actually get more than the average lipstick (a MAC lippie for example is only 0.1 oz). So this makes NYX lipsticks cheaper than most both at face value and by the ounce. (5/5)


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Wow Factor:

I was impressed this lippie managed to be different than the others I own (but I don’t think it’s so unique it’s impossible to dupe). The wear was stellar for such a creamy formula (even though it wore off a bit initially). It was also exceptionally comfortable to wear and felt more moisturizing than other brands, all of which left a favorable impression on me. (4/5)


Useful Information:

-NYX is 100% cruelty free (no selling in China).
-Most NYX products are vegan but some do contain animal derivatives.
-This lipstick has a very strong floral scent that’s a bit unpleasant. It’s not offensive, and it doesn’t last, but it’s there and noticeable while applying.
-This product was purchased by me.

-NYX products are available at specialty shops, like Target and Ulta.
Overall:

This is a very nice lipstick! It feels great on and lasts. I think it’ll look best on the lighter, cooler end of the skin tone spectrum. I like that it’s affordable and bright without being neon. I’d recommend it! 4.5 (A-)

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PV Loves… Pink Lipstick

Guys, I have a bit of a problem. Whenever I log on to Sephora’s site, or when I’m scanning the pages of Beautylish, or when I’m going through my own stash thinking of what color to wear, one shade always, always pulls me, and that is pink. Modest pink, but by no means plain.

To be specific, I truly have a special place in my heart for light, milky, blue-based pinks. This started with MAC’s Viva Glam Gaga-my very first pink lippie. The color was gorgeous, and I loved (and still love!) the way it made my mouth look. I’ve added several similarly-hued Revlon Lip Butters to my collection (Cupcake is an exact dupe). Still, I don’t feel like I have enough. I’m dying to get my hands on both Revlon’s Stormy Pink and Pink Pout, for starters. MAC has endless iterations of this shade-St. Germain, Pink Nouveau, and Snob all fit the bill.

Still, when I’m browsing new brands to try, I’m always tempted to purchase this color. I forcibly have to tear myself away and try something else. I’m not sure if this works much to my benefit-trying new brands can be a risk, and if the formula is so-so or a flop, purchasing in a favorite shade could make it not such a wash. This happened to me a few months back when I tried my first OCC Lip Tar. I lusted over the many shades of pink (and new I’d be getting quality), but foolishly, I wanted to “branch out” and ended up buying an orangy-coral shade that was not only difficult to wear, but a dupe for a Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick I had purchased the same day. -_- As great as OCC’s formula is, I can’t help but feel I’d reach for it more if I played it slightly more “safe”, and bought my signature pink instead.

So the moral of the story is, while it’s good to try new things, there’s also a reason why we come back to old favorites. Don’t let anyone-even you!-push you too far out of your comfort zone. I’m likely going to acquire every shade of baby pink lipstick that ever sees production; I want to be buried in the color. And that’s what makeup does. A little tube of infinite joy can cost as little as $7.99. ❤

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