It’s been a while since we’ve written about Too Faced products and in this post, I’m revisiting the Too Faced Melted LIQUIFIED Long Wear Lipstick.
This is not the matter version of the lipstick, this is the liquified version that glides on like a gloss – and stays glossy!
Packaging – Too Faced Melted Liquid Long Wear Lipstick
As always, we have to write about the packaging and this still remains lovely.
It’s eye-catching, colourful and this type of packaging is great for you to stack and store products in makeup and beauty drawers.
Product and Applicator – Too Faced Melted Liquid Long Wear Lipstick
Take a look at the photo and you’ll see that this applicator is really lovely and handy if you’re someone who’s on the go.
This isn’t a separate wand applicator – this is an all-in-one applicator so you just squeeze the tube until you see the liquid lipstick and apply.
The product will apply as a liquid gloss and stay glossy – this is the melted LIQUIFIED lipstick which is a high-shine gloss, with lasting power.
And it really does last well so these are great options to choose for evenings out. As the day (or night) goes on and if you do eat food, you will see the gloss start to dull and turn into more of a lip stain.
Too Faced Liquid Lipstick – Melted Range
Both these colours are beautiful and bold, there’s nude versions available but these are great if you want to add a touch of colour to your makeup.
I’m not sure how available these are on the market as Too Faced have launched their matte range of melted lipsticks called Melted Matte Liquid Lipstick in a range of gorgeous colours!
Prices start from £20 and there’s a lovely range of colours including Pumpkin Spice and Cinnamon Bun which both look (and sound) lovely. I haven’t tried them shades so can’t comment about their colour or texture.
The above Liquid lipsticks are great options and if you do come across them, have a look at their lovely colours.
Personally, these types of colours are great if you want to keep the rest of your makeup quite simple and I would use them more in Spring / Summer for pops of colour with a simple makeup look.