What could be more feminine, more seductive, than the most iconic of all cosmetic products: lipstick. Women have craved lusciously full sensuous lips since time immemorial.The fabulous Milano Red laque liquid lipstick is set to become a must-have cosmetic product.Formulated for long-wearing colour, the liquid lipstick combines the comfort of a rich moisturiser with the slick sheen of lacquer. Liquid lacquer on your lips!Ingredients include Hydra-Gel Laque DH Complex, which releases a soft, lightweight film that instantly melts into lips. The formula is neither sticky nor drying because it contains water (around 30%) and plentiful hydrating oils and butters(around 50%), such as olive and Shea butter, for deep tissue hydration and sublime comfort. The pigment-rich formula leaves full, brilliant, fade-resistant colour. Hypoallergenic*. Delicate violet scent. *Formulated to minimize the risk of allergies
Outstanding quality plus stunning design and absolute functionality add up to packaging that’s bound to become a new make-up icon. Celebrated Italian designer Mario Trimarchi has given Milano Red laque lipstick the most stylish satin gold packaging featuring a clear window that allows the colour of the lipstick inside to shine through. What’s more, the ground-breaking “flocked” applicator picks up just the right amount of product for quick and even coverage. The slanted tip follows the lip shape, allowing the product to glide on effortlessly yet precisely.
I picked up two of these new launches in shades 3 and 2 as well. Both are nude shades, this is a rusty brown and the shade 2 is a mauve nude which I will review soon. I was very keen to try this as these are very similar to the L’Oreal shine caresse glosses. Well these whole gel like liquid hybrid of gloss and lipstick.in fact this shade really reminds me of the shade pretty woman from L’Oreal.Let us check out more on this gloss/laque.
I love the packaging plus the hint of color in the middle. The cap twists and click locks and it is very sturdy. The packaging is worth the price I think. Anyway the shades and no names is not a good thing, the cap mentions the shade number.The applicator has a scoop which collects the product while you apply, so you do not need to dig it in the tube often. The applicator is stiff, wish it were more flexible but works nicely.
Color is a brownish peachy rust and no shimmer is there. The color is medium toned and it is great for all warm and neutral skin tones. This color is great for day wear and for office too without adding too much color on the lips but still give a polished shine.
Finish is glossy but not very shiny. The finish is great for someone who does not like too much matte or shine and the lips but yes it is definitely a glossy color. Gloss lovers who want an edge over regular glosses will love this.
Texture is gel like gloss, it is medium pigmented and it is really nice creamy feel to it.I feel it needs to settle in 30 seconds and then it kind of does not accumulate here and there when you purse your lips. Somehow when you press your lips together immediately after application, this will look patchy, so wait before that.Once you let it be,it does not bleed at all and it really stays unlike a regular gloss.This is non sticky and quite light weight.
The color can be build to opaque in two swipes but one coat will give yo enough color to cover the lips, you need some time to apply it evenly and it would not look patchy then.
The gloss stays for two hours with meals, post which it looks like a balm.Apart from that it stays on 3 plus hours if you do not eat anything, it should have been more considering it is a gel like gloss and costs a bomb too.
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