Elizabeth Mott Color is Bae Liquid Lipstick Review


Hey Bae! I’ve got a short and sweet little review for you today! It’s been a little while since I’ve done a review, but I’m back and trying to find adequate lighting in my overcast little city…

I received an Elizabeth Mott Liquid Lipstick in my November Ipsy Bag and it reminded me exactly why I love subscription boxes so much. I never would have tried this lipstick on my own but now I’m hooked! I have the shade Moxie Mauve.



  • Matte finish
  • Dries Fast and doesn’t feel sticky
  • Pigmented!
  • Applies evenly and smoothly
  • Small deerfoot applicator. This is my fav type of applicator!


  • How freaking small the full size product is. I have a deluxe mini which is fairly small but it’s actually 80% of the full size. Full size is 5g/ 0.17oz.
  • Not a lot of shade selection. There are only five different shades to choose from.
  • Little endurance against drinks or sticky food. One frosted cinnamon bun and I was left with just lipliner.
  • Price. $20 is standard of high end brands like Kat Von D, ABH, etc, but it’s a lot for me to pay for a tiny tube from a lesser known brand which I also need to pay shipping costs for.
And I still fail at taking selfies

My Rating: 4/5
The longevity leaves much to be desired and I can’t justify going out of my way to ship it to Canada, but It does look gorgeous on when I’m not eating or drinking. I love the matte finish!

What’s your favourite liquid lipstick?Β Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed this post please give my blog a follow and I’ll do my best to check out your blog as well! You can also find me on Instagram!

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4 thoughts on “Elizabeth Mott Color is Bae Liquid Lipstick Review

    1. Its the Game of Thrones colouring book lol! I got it for Christmas, its supposed to be therapeutic apparently but I find it so frustrating because I want everything to be perfect!

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