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L’Oréal Paris lip paint review. 

Hey cupcakes hope your all well, 

As you all probably know by now, I love trying out products whether they are new on the scene or been around for a while so it won’t come to anyone’s surprise that I purchased a new product from L’Oréal that I’ve seen floating about lately. 

It’s the L’Oreal Paris Lip Paint/Matte liquid lipsticks. I think they come in 5-6 different shades (maybe more but that’s all I’ve seen) and the colours really stuck out to me so I wanted to give them a go. I only brought two different colours as I just wanted to try them out and see if I like them before I go and purchase anymore. 

These are the colours I decided to go for, the one on the left is Hollywood Beige 201 and the left is Wuthering Purple 207. These cost £6.99 each which I think is quite reasonable. 

Now comes the sad part, I hate giving negative reviews on products and although it’s not all bad, there is some dislikes about the lip paints. 

With the purple lipstick it doesn’t dry matte, now I don’t know if I got a dodgy one but it didn’t dry, it’s not a super glossy look but it just looked a bit wet and didn’t go matte at all which is a shame because the colour is amazing. 

On the other hand with the Beigh lipstick which is more of a peachy colour so pretty it did dry matte and they both literally feel like your applying velvet onto your lips. The texture is amazing and they all have a really nice fruity smell. 

They apply really easy and go on really smooth, it’s just a shame about the purple one not going matte, I think despite this I will still go ahead and purchase more as the finished look is still really nice pretty and the peach colour is gorgeous for spring, whenever it would like to show up haha! 

Let me know if any of you have tried these and let me know your thoughts down below, if you tried the purple one did the same thing happen to you? 

Thank you so much for reading guys, I hope you enjoyed it and I will see you all very soon ♥

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