Skin Tone: Light to Medium with warm undertones
Skin Type: Combination
Today, I will be reviewing ColourPop Ultra Satin Lip in the shade “Lyin’ King.” So, let’s see how this lipstick fared for me.
$6.00 USD for 0.11 oz.
Product Description: You’ll be queen of the castle in this saturated raspberry and we ain’t a lyin’.
How To Use:
Start by prepping the lips with Lippie Primer to moisturize and improve the lips texture. This will provide a smooth surface so that your Ultra Satin Lip goes on smoothly and lasts all day! Next, line with Lippie Pencil to perfect the lip lines and fill lips in with Ultra Satin Lip.
My Experience with ColourPop Lyin’ King Ultra Satin Lip:
When ColourPop released this new range of liquid lipstick, I was super excited. I really like their ultra-mattes, however, they tend to feel a bit dry. If you wanted to try liquid lipstick, but you were apprehensive of the dryness, then this is your best bet. ColourPop as always has a wide range of colour selection in this range too.
Packaging: The packaging is pretty standard clear tube with holographic writing on the side – ColourPop Ultra Satin. The bottom of the tube specifies the name Lyin’ King. The tube has a silver cap. The applicator is a standard doe foot. The product comes in a white cardboard box with the name of the product and the ingredients list.
Texture and Application: The texture of this liquid lipstick is bit mousse-y and liquid-y. The main difference between ultra-matte and ultra-satin liquid lipsticks is that the ultra-satins don’t dry completely matte. It dries to a velvety matte within a few minutes once applied on the lips, so if there are any errors while applying, you can easily correct it. The doe-foot applicator makes it easy to fill in the corners of the lips with ease. There is a chemical fragrance to the lipstick which personally doesn’t bother me. Another major difference between the ultra-matte and ultra-satin liquid lipsticks is that the latter does not give kiss-proof or budge-proof finish. They do transfer a lot; however, they are very long lasting. It is advisable to exfoliate your lips for the flawless finish. The ultra-satin doesn’t dry your lips and give a smooth finish. They are the most comfortable liquid lipsticks around.
Pigmentation and Coverage: The lipstick is super pigmented and super opaque. It gives full coverage even if the lips are pigmented.
Shade and Finish: The shade is described as a “saturated raspberry” and it is indeed a very beautiful medium raspberry pink shade with cool undertones which will complement the Indian skin tone. When you first apply the lipstick, it will be satiny finish; however, it turns matte as time passes by. You can also blot it with paper if you need an instant matte lip look.
Staying Power: The staying power is really good with this lipstick. It stays on for around 6 hours without the need to reapply. However, it will start to fade if you eat oily meals. It does stain my lips pink.
Overall, I am really happy with the colour payoff, the texture and the longevity of the lipstick. The lipstick can be easily removed with an oil based makeup remover.
Pros of ColourPop Lyin’ King Ultra Satin Lip:
- Semi matte to matte finish lipstick.
- Beautiful raspberry pink shade.
- Extremely pigmented.
- Good packaging.
- Cruelty free.
- Good longevity.
- Extremely comfortable.
- Doesn’t crumble.
Cons of ColourPop Lyin’ King Ultra Satin Lip:
- Not available in India.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase ColourPop Lyin’ King Ultra Satin Lip?
Yes, I do recommend it to everyone. This is a must try liquid lipstick. Yes, I will repurchase.
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