Relating to lipstick, matte is normally my alternative end and method. For a couple of yr into the pandemic, I used to be loyal to a severely no-budge, mask-proof lipstick that wouldn’t switch it doesn’t matter what. Since then, I’ve eased up on these and have opted for extra light-weight, velvety mattes, which is strictly how Fluffmate feels. The packaging can also be easy but stylish, an indistinguishable beige tube with the model identify embossed on the cap. (It’s additionally very safe, which is one thing I admire lately since I’ve had hassle with magnetic tube lipsticks coming aside in my purse and getting all around the lining. Not cute.)
As a pink lip lady for all times, the primary shade I reached for was Hot Sauce, a tomato pink. (Major, one other crimson shade, is a real, blue-based pink and could be extra of the Ruby Woo by MAC of the road). Orangey reds have been my desire lately, and Sizzling Sauce was an instantaneous winner. The pigment was vivid and wealthy, however not heavy or drying. It went on easily and simply and stayed on completely after I did my routine two-blot tissue transfer.
Whereas it’s not bulletproof (it’ll switch to your masks or burrito), the fade-out was even and my lips nonetheless appeared good, even after consuming a saucy meatball and a cannoli. One other factor I admire in regards to the lipstick is that it isn’t scented. (I’ve grown a bit bored with the standard vanilla scent in the case of lipsticks.)