Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dusty Rose

Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dusty Rose

Anastasia Beverly Hills’ products are a weakness of mine. They never fail to disappoint and are always exceptional products. Today’s review is on ABH’s liquid lipstick in the shade Dusty Rose.  It’s described as a “nude mauve” and I’d say this description isn’t that accurate. I found it to be a much brighter pink than expected. It’s the typical ABH liquid lipstick otherwise, great pigmentation, long-wearing, and smudge proof.

Product Description: 

What it is:
A long-lasting, full-coverage matte lipstick in liquid form.

What it does:
Liquid Lipstick’s ultra-saturated liquid formula delivers an intense amount of matte pigment in a single swipe. Just one application leaves lips with smear-resistant coverage that stays put for hours.

Pros:

  1. Pigmented, ABh does not disappoint. With one swipe you get a highly pigmented lip colour in no time.
  2. Long wearing, smudge proof, transfer resistant; these truly do last forever. Even with eating or drinking the fading is minimal
  3. Quick dry time, if you’re impatient like me then this is a definite plus

Cons:

  1. Can be drying, due to the matte finish it can be a little unforgiving. Exfoliating before and after is a must
  2. Not quite an accurate shade description, although it’s a pretty colour, it’s not quite the dusty rose I was hoping for
  3. Cost, retails for $26.00 (Canadian) on Sephora

Pictures:

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dusty Rose
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Swatch: ABH Liquid Lipstick in Dusty Rose

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