Butter London is quite popular for their nail polishes, but they have a wide range of other cosmetic too. Recently, I decided to try their lipsticks and picked up a few shades from their “Moisture Matte” lipstick range. Today, I am reviewing the shade “Old Blighty” for you. So, read on to find out more about this lipstick.
Make it matter with Butter London Lippy Moisture Matte Lipstick, rich colour that glides on with ease. This buildable formula smoothes and moisturizes with vitamin E and triple butter complex for comfortable long-lasting wear.
Features and Benefits:
Full color coverage with a velvety matte finish.
Triple Butter Complex moisturizes
My Experience with Butter London Old Blighty Lippy Moisture Matte Lipstick:
Packaging: This lipstick comes in a sleek black packaging with a glossy finish. The cap shuts tight and there is no danger of the cap coming off loose. The packaging is slightly on the heavier side and feels and looks luxurious.
The lipstick does not have the traditional bullet shape but it is not totally flat either. I was initially worried that the shape would make the application difficult, but the slight angle makes the application just fine.
Shade/Pigmentation: “Old Blighty” is a gorgeous brick red shade. I just love how this shade is the perfect mix of red and brown. It is a universally flattering shade and will look good with both traditional Indian attire as well as Western wear.
The pigmentation of the lipstick is quite strong, one swipe is enough to cover the lips. Multiple swipes do not make the application patchy.
Texture/Finish/Staying Power: The texture of the lipstick is quite creamy. It applies effortlessly and there is no tug at all. A downside of such a creamy texture is that there a danger of the lipstick melting in hot weather.
The lipstick feels quite moisturizing and does not dry out the lips. You do not need any balm prior to application of this lipstick.
The finish of the lipstick is not exactly matte as it has a slight sheen to it, but it does dry down slightly after a while to give a lovely velvet finish. It feels comfortable throughout its wear and never feels drying.
The lipstick does not accentuate any lip lines nor does it feather or migrate which is pretty good news for a bright shade.
The lipstick does transfer, though not too much. It stays put for around 5-6 hours and survives light meals and drinks. It fades evenly and leaves behind a stain. The lipstick is not what I would call a long lasting lipstick but I must say that it feels absolutely wonderful for whatever time it stays.
Pros of Butter London Old Blighty Lippy Moisture Matte Lipstick:
- Gorgeous brick red shade.
- Nice velvet matte finish.
- Strong pigmentation.
- Great creamy texture.
- Does not feel drying at all.
- Does not feather or migrate.
- Elegant packaging.
Cons of Butter London Old Blighty Lippy Moisture Matte Lipstick:
- The lipstick does transfer.
- The staying power could have been better.
- Finish is not exactly matte and might disappoint someone looking for a true matte finish.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Butter London Old Blighty Lippy Moisture Matte Lipstick?
I would totally recommend this lipstick to anyone who is looking for a great quality brick red lipstick. I will not repurchase the exact same shade but do possess other shades from this range.
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