Are you a lover of matte , yet smooth and moisturizing lipstick? Looking for a color that stands out from what everyone’s wearing this season, but is still stylish and in season? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, this review is for you. as a lover of deep reds and berries, I sometimes end up wearing the same lipstick colors, never venturing from what I’ve found to be a “safety” look. I wanted to experiment with a shade of pink, but one that was not too bright and still complimented my darker skin color. I was sent Flower Beauty Kiss Stick Lipstick in Desert Flower to review.
- Emollient oils to improve shine for a rich, creamy application
- Pure, intense color payoff
- Ultra-smooth finish
- Velvet matte
- Pure color
- Proudly made in the USA
My Results: Three words: Love the color! Flower Desert Flower’s mauve undertones looked great on my skin. Desert Flower is great for a fun and flirty day look. I ended up wearing this to a performance of Don Quixote by the American Ballet Theater at The Metropolitan Opera. What I liked most about the lipstick was its matte and smooth- feel finish.
Also, I didn’t have to layer the lipstick repeatedly in order for the color to show and be even. As you ladies know, when you’re on the go (as I am most of the time), nobody has time to spend minutes in front of the mirror. At a steal of only $6.98, Flower Kiss Stick Lipstick is both quality and budget- friendly. If Flower Desert Flower isn’t your color, you can choose from a variety of other highly- pigmented shades.
Pro: Matte finish, application was very smooth. Long-lasting color.
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings — love the swatch of color on the package
Overall: 4 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Emollient oils
Cruelty Free: Yes
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