ColourPop Review: Ultra Matte Lip In Airplane Mode, Stingraye, Tuesday

I am quickly becoming a huge fan of ColourPop, I’ve tried out some of their eyeshadows and ultra matte lipsticks and so far I’ve been very pleased with their products. A couple of weeks ago I went back on their site to check out more matte lipsticks and I purchased three: Airplane Mode, Stingraye and Tuesday. These matte lipsticks are everything I love them so much they are so easy to apply and they are very pigmented. Keep reading for all the deets.

colourpop review: ultra matte lip in airplane mode, stingraye. tuesday

Price: $6.00

Description: This thin lightweight formula smoothly glides on the lips leaving super intense pigment with a bold, ultra matte look. It is very long wearing and 100% kiss proof which means no transferring.

Step One: Start with bare, dry lips. Prime your lips with out Lippie Primer for a smoother application and more comfortable wear.

Step Two: Line your lips with a matching Lippie Pencil this will help you achieve the perfect finished look and give the appearance of fuller lips.

Step Three: Apply your ultra matte lip in a thin layer for best wear.

Tips: 

  • Exfoliate your lips for smoothest application.
  • If you’d like you can apply your favorite Ultra Glossy Lip as a topper.

Tuesday

Airplane Mode

StingRaye

Stay tuned for makeup looks featuring all three of these ultra matte lipsticks.

StingRaye, Airplane Mode, Tuesday

 

Have you tried matte lipsticks from ColourPop? Let me know in the comments.

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