ColourPop Ultra Matte Lip | Haul + Review

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This haul is long overdue! I've had these babies for well over a month now, since about the time that these products launched. But with work and the upcoming semester, I didn't know when the best time to plan this post was. 

But the good news is that I've finally found the time, and I'm so exited to share these gorgeous new ultra matte lipsticks by ColourPop Cosmetics! 

I decided to give you guys a short review of these, nothing too long or in depth because I've got another post coming up about all of my liquid lip products and which ones I like the best (Stay tuned ... be patient). 

Anyway, I got five of the dozens of colors they came out with. I like pretty basic lip colors, but I had to have my pop of red because it's such a staple lip color. 

Colors from left to right: Midi (neutral beige), Trap (griege), Solow (neutral nude pink), Creeper (true blue tone red), Tulle (dusty mauve burgundy). 

I picked some nudes and colors that will transition nicely into fall. 

Midi - The internet declared this a perfect dupe for ABH's coveted Pure Hollywood. Perfect for a dramatic eye look, everyday. 
Trap - When you're feeling a little edgy and want that Limecrime Cashmere look. Mix Midi on top if you're not as bold.
Solow - For those girls who love their pinks, but don't want to be in your face about it. 
Creeper - For you all American girls who want a classic red lip look!
Tulle - I thought this would look similar to Veronica by ABH, but it's more of a deep, warm chocolatey color. Still very beautiful and perfect for fall. 

Pictured above: no flash. Picture below: flash. 

These pictures were taken about a minute after applying to my arm. They dry pretty fast and don't seem to cling to the skin or your lips, but I still recommend applying a lip balm before and wiping off the excess. 

Onto a mini review ...

Probably the best thing about these products is that they're deemed "drugstore friendly" because of their price tag. At $6, just a dollar more than their lippie sticks, and they're about the same size as every other liquid lip product that's been hitting the shelves. 

It's sleek packaging is similar to the Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipstick, with the silver cap and cylinder shape. It comes with 3.2g or .11oz of product in the bottle. 

The wand is a doe foot applicator. I always find these to be the easiest to apply products onto my lips. However, I recommend using a lipliner that matches your lipstick or use a lip brush and some excess product off the wand to help you line your lips (longest longevity). 

These are probably my favorite liquid lipsticks I've tried because of the staying power of the product. I can wear this for hours and it actually is kiss proof, i.e. it won't transfer. It rubs off in the middle when you're eating, but other than that they're basically on there for the day when you apply them. For easy removal, just use a soft tissue and some olive oil. Works like a charm.

Overall, I give these a 5 out of 5 rating. They have a whole range of colors on their website, and just released some new fun colors for fall from their new collection line.  

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