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Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Dominatrix, Mistletoe, & Drug Lord : Swatches & Review

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Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Dominatrix, Mistletoe, & Drug Lord 
Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick retails for $18US for 0.19 oz of product.

This is also my final post for 2015. I'll be doing a round-up the first week of January of the Favourites of 2015.
Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Dominatrix, Mistletoe, & Drug Lord
Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Dominatrix, Mistletoe, & Drug Lord
Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Dominatrix, & Mistletoe.
Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick box
Product: 
The formula is a slightly thicker than some but the texture is really cushion on the lips with a satin/matte finish. Dominatrix is opaque in one pass and it doesn't feel heavy on the lips, this shade is from Jeffree's permanent line.

The two limited edition shades are the thinner side and slightly sheer. But because the formula is thinner in texture you can layer the product up to create an opaque look without the product getting too thick on the lips.

That said I recommend leaving the product to rest on your lips before cleaning the edges up on your lips the shade Drug Lord in particular, is a tad runny when you first apply. The time allows the product to thicken up.

Colour:
Dominatrix is a warm deep brown with a matte finish.

Mistletoe is a yellow based green with a matte finish.

Drug Lord is a light nude with an ultra-matte finish.

Wear: For about 7-8 hours. They also wear down with dignity.

Packaging:
Clear tube with a small doe foot applicator, the doe foot is larger with a curved inwards shape to hug the lip comes to a rounded tip.

Daylight swatches: Drug Lord, Mistletoe, & Dominatrix
Flash swatches: Drug Lord, Mistletoe, & Dominatrix
One layer on lips.
Drug Lord
Mistletoe 
Dominatrix
Verdict:
I was in need of some mixing shades and white is a shade I've been waiting for someone to make for mixing. A true green is hard to find on the market as well as most of the greens are blue based.

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