A surprising event when it comes down to facial beauty. It is the easiest and most comfortable lip beauty item and gets you into a new form with a look that does attract men. Use the FENTY BEAUTY by Rihanna Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick and see for yourself the effectiveness of the item.
Price: Price is only $7.
Review: The formula is ok for the lips and it is also fine for the skin tone. Maybe with makeup on, it may make a difference. Count on the lipstick for that. The body of the lipstick is top quality and just apply it when you desire and see the difference.
The last time I made one of these posts, I was just starting to blog and was still immersed in the late 2000s body nude trend, although even then I had some pink and a red favorites. Since then I have thrown myself more into the modern renaissance of the 90s, I rarely wear something very nude because with my coloring I feel like I need something to define the lips, so it makes me look more alive and unified. I tried to do this post multiple times, photo versions were taken four times in the last two years, but every time I had other things to check, my options became outdated because I constantly find new favorites. Especially last year I found so many cool new shades so I narrowed it down to 10 and changed everything back as I now have a proper camera. Almost all the shades here are matte because that’s my favorite finish – gloss and especially metallics aren’t my thing at all. This is also my 1000th blog post, so enjoy it.
I’ll do it in a sort of order from lightest to darkest because I like to be organized, but if you’re wondering what the order of my favorites would be, I’d start with Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet on Nude-ist, theBalm Meet Matt (e) Hughes at Committed, Nyx Soft Matte Lip Cream at Cannes and Maybelline Superstay Matte Ink at Pioneer.
Like I said in the intro, nudes aren’t my thing anymore, but this one is so pretty and wearable, so it’s one of my rare exceptions. It is similar to Mac’s Patisserie and Peach Blossom, except it has a satin matte finish that never looks dry. It is a beautiful neutral nude with the same amount of pink and peach tones, it is the best of all worlds and a nude that does not erase me. As cheap and useless as the packaging of Jordana’s lipsticks looks, these are really that good, they are pigmented, they don’t dry out and they wear very well – for a few euros you really get a great lipstick.