This is the second product I got from Fenty Beauty, you can see the Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter Duo Review here, but this is the Stunna Lip Paint in Uncensored which is the only shade so far.
If you know me, I’m not one to buy red lipsticks, the reason being I have one red lipstick, MAC Ruby Woo, that I love and I don’t think anything can top it but since I know that shade is also Rihanna’s favourite I felt like I had to try this one.
The shade is a beautiful cool toned red, very flattering on most complexions.
You can get it from sephora for 24$.
The packaging is absolutely stunning and luxurious I totally love it.
It looks like a fancy nail polish with the rose gold handle, I keep it out because it’s so pretty to look at.
It comes in a cardboard box with this graffiti effect and baby pink details, I love it too, I usually throw away external packaging but this is so pretty I have to keep it.
The applicator has this interesting shape which I’m not going to lie, it’s not easy to use it, I prefer a tiny lip brush because I get to be very precise.
Also, in my opinion, the applicator picks up too much product.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
Lip paint is the perfect name for this product when you first apply it, it looks like paint, it starts very liquidy but than it sets and becomes matt.
The formula is super lightweight and it feels like nothing on the lips.
It’s not really drying so it’s a more comfortable matt but it doesn’t dry completely either and it will transfer if you touch it.
It doesn’t really have a scent.
Compared to Ruby Woo the shade is very similar, slightly darker. The two formulas though are completely different: Ruby Woo is way drier and doesn’t transfer.
On me, it lasted 7 hours and it survived to a meal, I just had to touch up the middle part but it was very easy to layer and fix, it didn’t bunch up.
The fact that it transfers doesn’t interfere with the lasting power but if you are like me and you touch your lips a lot you’ll have a residue on your hands.
If you have a lot of lines around your lips it might bleed since it’s so liquidy before it sets, maybe this is something you want to keep in mind.
- Colour: 10/10
- Longevity: 7/10
- Application: 7/10
- Texture: 9/10
- Pigmentation: 10/10
- Packaging: 10/10
GRADE: A –
This lipstick is absolutely stunning, I love the way it looks, the shade and the packaging. It’s one of the most comfortable matt liquid lipstick I own, it lasts a really long time but the fact that it transfers it’s a bit of an issue for me because I’m always afraid I can touch it and smear it all over. The packaging although is stunning it’s a bit inconvenient to carry around. What I’m trying to say is I love this product but it doesn’t replace Ruby Woo.
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