It seems like you can’t move for liquid lipsticks at the moment (dare I say that the market is becoming a little over-saturated?), but today I am going to share with you one of my favourite ranges … well 4 out of the range anyway – I’m not made of money. I love the Un'commissioni trading è uno strumento derivato in base al quale l'acquirente dell'opzione acquista il diritto, ma non l'obbligo, di acquistare un titolo (detto Urban Decay Vice lipsticks, so when they launched their follow url Vice Liquid Lipsticks, I got a little bit excited. As I say, so far I have only managed to get 4 of them, but there’s a few more that I have my eye on.
http://hargapintugarasi.com/bireu/1062 I like the packaging of these (I threw the cardboard packaging away, but it’s the same as with the lipsticks). The tubes are clear with gold writing, along with a gunmetal cap with gold accents. I love the applicators of these – it is an extra long flocked paddle applicator and it enables you to apply an even application of colour. The flat edge of the applicator allows you to get complete coverage in just one coat – especially if your lips are as thin as mine – and the tip is perfect for when you need to be precise, such as around the corners and the Cupid’s Bow.
see I really like the formula of the Vice range as it is comfortable to wear without being drying – I hate liquid lipsticks that feel like they’re sucking all the moisture out of your lips. It’s a waterproof formula that offers long-lasting wear with gorgeously pigmented colour. They stay on for soooo long and they don’t transfer, so they’re well worth buying.
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pink / nude
Bear in mind that the swatches aren’t dry but they give you some idea of the shades. These really are some of the nicest liquid lipsticks that I have tried. At £15.50 each, they’re not the most purse-friendly, but they’re well worth it.