Who is it for? Huda Beauty Famous Liquid Matte Lipstick is for you if you want a bold maroon matte lipstick that is similar to MAC Sin.
Price and quantity
$27.00 for 2.5ml
Price on Nykka – Rs.1650 for 1.2g
How to use?
Gently apply a single coat of this liquid matte lipstick on your lips. For the better bold matte finish, line lips using the Huda Lip Contour Matte Pencil and fade towards the center. Apply a thin layer of Liquid Matte of the same shade or lighter shade to fill in the rest.
My experience with Huda Beauty Liquid Matte Lipstick Famous
It comes in an opaque matte finished tube; it has a wand applicator with an oblique sponge for accurate application attached with the cap.
Colour and texture
It has a hydrating liquid matte formula, hydrates the lip quite well due to its creamy texture like butter, unlike other matte lipsticks that have a dry chalky matte finish. It has an effortlessly chic burgundy shade. Its reddish berry & vampy wine undertones make your look a bit vampy yet elegant. It will make your teeth look white due to undertones to it. However, color appearance may vary based on the skin tone.
It has a very sweet berry smell to it.
This particular brand and shade is my personal favorite because it is long worn liquid lipstick, it dries matte with an intense color pay-off and has transfer-proof properties.
What do I like about the lipstick?
- Easily available online.
- This product is free of gluten and paraben.
- Intensifies as it sets to a matte.
- Wand applicator with an oblique sponge for application.
- Lasts long.
- Due to bold shade, it brightens the face.
What I dislike about the lipstick?
1. A bit expensive. However, prices vary on different websites.
Would I repurchase or recommend?
Yes, definitely I would repurchase the product, and recommend everyone to buy it.
Product rating – 4.5/5
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