We can all agree that Colourpop is one of the most budget friendly brands out there that offer quality products. This is a brand that I could surely purchase from all day long and if they were to ever go away I would never be able to stretch my coins the way I do right now.
If you agree and if you’ve got a minute, then you’ll want to keep on reading.
My recent purchase from Colourpop is their Got A Minute Lippie Stix Bundle that I got from Ulta.
Cost – $12
There are three lippies in the bundle.
Net WT – 3 X 1.0g (0.0352 oz)
The shades included in this bundle are Brink, Daydream and Goal Digger.
Brink (matte terracotta rose)
This color is more of a fresh nude on me and can be a very wearable color especially for the daytime.
Daydream (matte plummy brown)
There’s definitely a little more of a deeper brown in this shade which I like. I usually wear a more neutral eyeshadow color which matched pretty well with this lip color.
Goal Digger (matte warm rose)
This was my favorite shade of the three probably because of the more rose-y finish to it. It just instantly brightened my face and complimented my skin tone so well.
The color ranges in this bundle are more on the rosy side but they’re still colors that would compliment most skin tones or they can be combined to create a more custom color.
Application is easy as the angled end helps you to really define your lips first and then fill it in with the lipstick.
This bundle is excellent for the price, normally the Lippie Stix are $5 each but you get 3 for $12 in this bundle which essentially breaks it down to $4 each.
How to Make Your Experience Better
- Ensure that your lips are moisturized and exfoliated as they are a matte finish
- Creamy Matte Formula
- Great Pigmentation
- Blendable shades
- Small and practical enough to fit in your bag
- Not very long lasting but worth it at the price point
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