ColourPop Ultra Matte Lips Review, Photos and Swatches
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 • 73 comments
AVAILABILITY: ColourPop Website
PRICE: $6.00 USD
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This thin and lightweight formula glides onto the lips smoothly and leaves SUPER intense pigment-rich colour with a bold, ultra matte look. It's very long wearing and completely kiss proof!
HOW TO APPLY:
Step 1: Make sure your lips are bare and dry!
Step 2: Apply matching lip pencil for a precise and perfected application. (OPTIONAL)
Step 3: Apply Ultra Matte Lip with the applicator or your favorite lip brush.
TIP: For smoothest finish always exfoliate your lips first!
VICE - pale warm nude
SHIMMY - pale pastel baby pink
SOLOW - neutral nude pink
CLUELESS - dusty mauve pink
1ST BASE - mid-tone true pink
BEEPER - warm mid-tone taupe
TULLE - dusty mauve burgundy
LIMBO - deep chocolate brown
The ColourPop Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick come in a really nice glass-like clear tube packaging with silver handle and holographic logo. Each of them has a doe-foot applicator that are pretty good at letting you get a precise line. The formula of these liquid matte lipsticks are very runny but then dry down to a completely matte finish within just like 30 seconds.
True to the ColourPop's claim, these liquid lipsticks are heavily pigmented, lightweight and smooth. You only need one to two swipes and you're already good to go. They are a little bit drying — but most matte liquid lipsticks are — so exfoliating and applying a good coat of lip balm or lip primer prior to applying these is highly recommended. They are absolutely kiss-proof (okay, not 100% sure about that) and transfer proof as well. They stay in place all day and don't budge. As for longevity, they last for about 4 to 5 hours before showing signs of very minimal flaking and fading.
Overall, I am truly happy and impressed with the ColourPop Ultra Matte Lips! I highly recommend them if you are looking for a matte lip product that's very affordable yet high-quality. Have you tried them? What are your thoughts?