Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Too Faced Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick New Summer 2015 Shades: Review and Swatches

Disclaimer: Product featured was provided for review.
For Spring/Summer 2015, Too Faced added eight new colors to their beloved Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick ($25 CAD each) range. Today I have swatches of three lovely shades from the new additions, to see some swatches and my thoughts, click.......
Packaging:
The liquid lipstick comes in a squeezable tube that holds a generous 12ml of products. The tip of the tube is a large doe-foot-like applicator with tiny holes that allow the product to dispense when the tube is squeezed. The doe-foot is fairly precise but with the darker shades I still like to apply them using a lip brush.
Formulation:
The new shades share the same formulation as the previous Melted shades. They have a thin, dry oil-like texture packed with pigments. There is minor bleeding so it's important not to apply too much. The product feels quite weightless on the lips and it's moisturizing.
The product sets a bit after application but it still easily smears and transfers like most traditional lipsticks. However, if you are not doing any heavy drinking or eating, the color will last for at least five or six hours.

Melted Strawberry: This is a beautiful bright red with orange undertones.
Melted Jelly Donut: Gorgeous berry fuchsia with amazing pigmentation.
Melted Frosting: Pale baby pink, the formulation of this one feels slightly thinner than the others.
Arm Swatches
Melted Strawberry
Melted Jelly Donut
Melted Frosting
Overall:
Amazing pigmentation and great new colors. Melted Jelly Donut is such a flattering pink, it's a must have for any berry lovers. Melted Frosting was the one that I really can't pull off. I honestly look like a cartoon character with such a pale pink!
Have you tried the Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipsticks before? What are your thoughts on the formulation?

Availability:
Too Faced is available in stores and online at Sephora.
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