Elizabeth Mott Color is Bae Liquid Lipstick Review

wp-1482177702822.jpegHey 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.

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Pros

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

Cons

  • 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.
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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 Elizabeth Mott to Canada, but It does look gorgeous on when I’m not eating or drinking. I love the matte finish!

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4 Comments

  1. February 27, 2017 / 11:42 am

    Perhaps even more than the lipstick, I’m intrigued by your drawing :D. It’s really pretty! xoxo Sarah

    • February 27, 2017 / 1:25 pm

      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!

      • February 28, 2017 / 3:28 pm

        Haha yes, I know what you mean. That’s why I prefer abstract coloring books or with animals and plants. If I’d have to color Cersei I’d also want it to look perfect :D)). xoxo Sarah

        • March 2, 2017 / 4:26 pm

          Haha exactly! The drawing is too intricate, it’s a lot of effort to make it just right!

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