Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick Review

December 7, 2016





THE life-proof lipstick that will not wear off! Yes, you can eat, drink, makeup, break up and mouth-off knowing your lips are gonna stay flawless through it all! In 28 to-die-for shades, this creamy formula glides over lips like a gloss and sets to a true matte finish. Along with 24-hour wear and high-pigment color, the next-generation formula is packed with natural moisturizers, including Vitamin E and Sunflower Seed Wax. All-day wear has never felt so comfortable! Live happily Everlasting! 100% Cruelty-Free Forever!
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I love love the packaging so much. It looks very different from any other liquid lipstick. Though it is quite long but it sleek and sturdy. Some of us didn't really prefer long wand but I don't really mind about it. The caps has a mysterious yet vintage looking roses all around and it is so cool. I'm loving the size of the wand of this lipstick as well. It is small and precise so it makes the application easier. 

I like both of the colors that I got. Lolita I is so good. It gives a natural look but still looks on point. I got to admit that this would be my daily lipstick if it does not dry out my lips at all and last a little longer. but I can always counteract the dryness  by applying a bit of lip balm because it only dries just a little bit. It can always be due to the weather here in Bangalore or my hydration level as well.  

I don't really think Lolita is everlasting as it claims. I have other lipstick that was cheaper to give more durable lasting. But Exorcism lasted long enough and maybe because of the darkness of the color itself. The settling down time is also just nice, it settles on the lips not so quick and not too long so I can avoid any unnecessary messiness. Pigmentation of this liquid lipstick is superb. 

Despite all, the color of the lolita is to die for. But I find a dupe for the Exorcism is the Transylvania from NYX Lip cream but of course KatVonD lipstick is far more lasting than NYX Lip cream from my experience myself. 


★★★★4/5 
Repurchase : YES. I want to try other colors. 
Where to : Sephora for RM99

11 comments

  1. it looks gorgeous with matte finish. :) followed your blog.

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  2. not really a make up enthusiast but always loved liquid lipstick. the purple colour suit you so good. the colour choices is making me crazyy

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    1. liquid lipstick is such a trend. In fact, in my opinion, it looks good on everyone.
      and yes they have such a beauuuuutiful colour selection that we can buy !

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  3. I want Lolita too but I'm pretty sure with my skin tone that shade would look more brownish on me than nude.

    http://www.erinazmir.com

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    1. yes I definitely agree that it would look a little bit different based on the color of the lips.
      but I've googled a bit and they said there's a new formulation that made the shade gone from brown to nude. I'm not so sure as well =D
      but of coz you can try swatching it at sephora before buying.
      here my live demo on my youtube channel
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBoScymQSM8

      Hope this review helped !

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  4. Such a pretty liquid lipstick. It's looks so pigmented and nice on your lips :)

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    1. it really was pigmented. quite hard to remove the exorcism but lolita would fade after eating and eating.
      but they are great !

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  5. your lips look soooo nice! suit you well! you look gorgeous with dark purple color! but i wonder, im falling into the liquid stick thingy or actually i adore your lips. lolz

    much sayang,
    DK

    xoxo

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    1. for a second due to this comment I had to look back my lips. The lipstick accentuated my lips features but thank you very much DK.

      thank you for reading the reviews as well !

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  6. i love both color!
    both suits u well, n exorcism color remind me of some vintage-looking-vampire-queen :D hahahhaha

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