Post by RandomName on May 10, 2017 22:00:59 GMT -5
Thanks everyone, you all helped me decide. I'm only keeping one Sephora color - Copper Blush. I'll return pretty beige.
I also got: Kat Von D in bow n arrow --> sooo pretty color. It looks aweful on me. Sephora - pink peony --> ok, too pinky for my liking. Both are to light for my tone I think. I'll take a pic tomorrow to show what I mean.
I've already filled my basket again with more lips to try. Luckily I'll be in a store Monday so I'll be able to swatch many of them
Post by RandomName on May 13, 2017 11:54:08 GMT -5
So a quick update on the Sephora lip stain. It's goes on beautiful, its super pigmented and it feels great on.
After a few hours, it like slides down my lips if that makes sense. It wears off the middle and insides first and then it like slides down to the edges of my lips. It looks like I have a different color lip liner and lip stick on. After the first time, i put foundation on my lips first to see if it would fix it. It helped but it still slides down. Anyone have experience this and have a fix I can try? Kat Von D, and Tarte do not do this.
ETA: I've also tried exfoliating first, serum first, balm first, completely clean and dry lips. It always slides down.
Post by RandomName on May 15, 2017 20:58:04 GMT -5
@mrspanpan it's official. I'm alll about tarte colors. I bought 3 today.
Bestie, Obsessed, Delish
I also gave a Sephora collection color another try because it was insanely pretty. It was not as crappy as the other ones. So, I got that one too.
Today I learned: 1) smashbox liquid lips crumble off my lips and actually flake on my chin and stain it. 2) the two faced melted liquid lips - are a hard no for me. Thick and streaky. It likely was an old tester but I didn't even bother trying another one.
Post by RandomName on May 17, 2017 17:46:21 GMT -5
Pound that looks cool tuscanlatte you'll have to report back of you like it. I wonder if the brow tip is as fine as the one I use. That's one of the reasons I love it so much - and my perfect color match.
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