The Too FacedMelted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick ($25, available here) is one of the latest lip hybrids that’s taken the beauty world and everyone’s lips by storm. Touted as a lipstick that has the longetivity of a stain, intense colour of a lipstick, and shiny finish of a gloss, this range seems like the must-try and must-have of the season. At $25, I wasn’t ready to make the commitment, but a Sephora email alerted me to a freebie perk with my online order.
The shade Peony was really the only one I wanted to try; the dusty rose shade seemed perfect for everyday, and any occasion that might come my way. On my NC25 skintone, the dusty rose leans a little more pink than I would have liked so it does look a lot more pink overall than the swatch would initially lead me to believe. The product is unlike any we’ve seen on the market – created with the inspiration of a melted lipstick in mind, the Too FacedMelted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick is super creamy, lightweight, non-drying and overall a pleasant product to apply and sit on your lips.
The applicator is very unique, a sponge-like, slanted tip squeezes out the product and also works as a lipliner, allowing precise application of the product on the lips. My experience with the applicator has been good thus far – I like that it squeezes out just the right amount of product, and really does shape the lips as it’s supposed to do. The packaging is semi-transparent so you can actually see how much product is left inside the tube.
With 10 different shades available, there is bound to be a colour that is calling out your name. From the very natural looking nude and peony to the bold, and bright (in-your-face) coral, fuchsia and violet, there’s a shade for everybody. The lipstick lasted for a good 3 hours on me, and faded as I got to lunch. The fabulous thing about the melted lipstick is that it doesn’t stain or transfer (i.e. onto your cups/glass) so you can drink your way through your morning meeting without worrying about how your cup will look.
The Too FacedMelted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick has been a great surprise and made its way to my wishlist for future shopping trips. Peony is a lovely shade on my NC25 skintone though I wished it was a little more dusty than pink. The colour selection is impressive and there is definitely a shade for every skintone.
Have you tried the Too Faced Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick? Which shade is your favourite? As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts! Share with me comment section or through Twitter or Instagram!
I’ve heard so many good things about this and am really interested in trying it – I love the idea of a non-transferring lipstick, it can be a little annoying sometimes to have to wipe off your lipstick off things, especially the darker shades!
I am not so keen on lippies in tubes generally speaking, but it is all different story if it comes with a sponge applicator like this. The consistency looks nice and the color is quite pretty. I will consider this. ????
I have this and Fuchsia that have been sitting in a pile of things for me to try. I am a bit worried that Peony will look a little more pink than I like, but I figured I’d try it out.
Want want want omg you know what it’s more of a need need need! These are my fave types of lip products, especially since I’m so in love with Korean makeup that has a lot of this style. Can’t wait to try it- looking for a reddish pink colour that’s more fun and exciting ^0^/ Thanks for the detailed review- but what’s the smell like? Are there any ingredients that prevent drying?
I’ve tested these in Sephora and they are really fantastic! I’m definitely eyeing a few of the shades ????
I want to try this! It’s such a beautiful pink! ????
I agree, they have an amazing range of colors! I’ve been wanting to try them but it looks a little bit too glossy for me from all the swatches I’ve seen… Might try and them a sample size just to see. It looks lovely on you, though! xx
yea i think we were talking about these lsat night? the 4-set that will come out over the holidays. i know if i get it, i’ll never wear them but i always want to try!
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