Ever since I’m started to addicted to makeup, I can’t say how much my lipstick that I owned and started to forget that I actually have it :lol:. Maybe because I separated my makeup storage to the one that I use in daily basis. So, to compensate my past mistakes,
and to avoid the actual products go expired without being used, I decided to visit my makeup storage and play with them more, hence the title of the possibly new series in my blog: Rekindle with Old Love. 😆
#1. Illamasqua Matte Lipstick in Scandal
I remember that I’m not really into the formula of this lipstick. It’s soooooo damn drying hence the reason I’ve always reach to another lipstick in my vanity. But! It’s Illamasqua!
It’s pricey! So I just know that I have to make it work somehow. 😆
#2. Too Faced Melted Liquid Lipstick in Berry
I used to love the Too Faced Melted Liquid Lipstick sooo much, but not so much for the travel size that I get from Too Faced Christmas Set. The formula is rather… drying than the regular Too Faced Melted Liquid Lipstick, I guess. But, I love them colors nevertheless.
#3. Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet in Olé Flamingo
I used to head over heels to Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet especially because its hype in my country :lol:. But, that aside, I really love the formula and all. However, because new lipsticks are come and go, I nearly forgot about this liquid lipstick in my vanity :lol:.
#4. Innisfree Creamy Tint Lipstick in Raspberry Red
Despite the name, the true color is purplish pink. It’s soooo pretty and I used to wear it everyday until someday it melted and broken on my pursed. I guess the formula is too creamy… :-(. I’ve tried to fix it but failed miserably :-(. And I personally hate to use lip brush so I’ve never use it anymore… until this experiment!
So, the idea is to make lip gradation with all of the lipstick above and it resulted to this purplish pinkish color! In real life it’s not that bright, but rather vampy-ish. But I really really like the result! ❤
Well, I hope that I could use my forgotten lipstick more with these method, though :lol:. See you in the next experiment! 🙂