When Too Faced released their Fall 2014 collection of Melted Liquified Lipsticks I decided to jump on the bandwagon. Everyone fell in love with them during their Summer release that I kind of felt left out.
Retails at $21.00
The Melted liquified lipsticks each come in a 0.40 oz. squeeze tube. For their size, they are rather pricey @ $21.o0 a pop. However, the intensity of the product is so great that you only need to apply a small amount for great results. I like that the liquid lipstick is an exact color match of its tube. This allows you to easily pick the color you would like to use.
The aesthetic is very feminine and girly. Each tube is dressed up with a golden caps and fancy font. They are so cute you can display them on your vanity. The product is dispensed from a tilted, fuzzy sponge applicator . Although the box claims there is “No Brush Needed”, I found the applicator too large to create a precise edge so I used my Sigma lip brush. You can check out a review of the brush here.
The formula is a highly opaque ,liquified lipstick. No false advertisement there!
The formula remind me of the OCC lip tars without being as thick. Upon application, the lips are left feeling smooth and creamy, with a glossy tint. As time passes, the lips are left with a matte finish. The tints wear throughout the day evenly, and do not look blotchy.
The formula is a combination between a lipstick and a gloss with the staying power of a stain without feeling dry.
As the product wears off, your lips are left stained.
Left: Melted Marshmallow Right: Melted Fuchsia
Melted Fuchsia (0.40 oz): A cool, blue toned, bright, hot pink. Ultra moisturizing,creamy with a satin finish.
Melted Marshmallow (0.40 oz):
A cool, blue toned, pale pink. Does settle into ones lips wrinkles but can be resolved by using a balm. This color did feather on me.
These two colors are not for the faint at heart. If you are looking for muted colors, or work appropriate colors this may not be right for you. But if you would like a fun color to end the summer you should definitely give this a go. I can see these hues not working well with those who need much warmer tones seeing as they are very cool.
I would love to try their Melted Peony, but they were sold out. I can see myself mixing these two colors together or as a base for other glosses.
Which Too Faced Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick colors have you tried?