We talk a lot about designer lip products here on Lipsick, but don't get it wrong, we also love drugstore gems.
If you haven't already tried them, Maybelline's SuperStay Matte Inks have acquired a loyal following since they came out. These liquid lipsticks have a reputation for staying on forever and being totally budge-proof.
The new Un-Nude Collection goes from deep browns to ashy-lavender greys and everything in between. For Maybelline, it was all about pushing the boundaries on traditional nudes and giving us something new.
Feel free to mix these to get your own custom colour or apply it straight from the tube. The arrow applicator allows for precise, even application. One stroke is all you need for full, saturated colour that lasts.
In case you're wondering, how budge-proof are they? Very. I once wore it from morning to evening without touching up. I did, however, apply a tinted lip balm throughout the day to keep my lips hydrated.
Maybelline's Un-Nude collection is in stores now.
Maybelline New York SuperStay Matte Ink Un-Nudes
Available now online and in mass-market retailers, $11.99 each (Canadian pricing)
Driver: creamy beige nude
Poet: baby pink nude
Seductress: Mauve nude
Amazonian: burnt sienna nude
Ruler: deep red nude
Fighter: burnt orange nude
Protector: deep brown nude
Huntress: deep grey nude
Visionary: lavender grey nude
Philosopher: light lavender nude
Photography in this post by Melanie Rees.
Disclaimer: Samples in this story were provided as a PR sample. All opinions are my own.
Heard of WoahStyle.com? If not, check it out – it’s one of Canada’s fastest growing fashion/lifestyle blogs. Nathalie originally started it in 2014 to showcase her personal style and to cover the latest trends. It eventually evolved into a site which gives tips and tricks to help you look and feel your best. As WoahStyle grew as a brand, Nathalie developed a deep and unrelenting obsession with beauty products. After trying and researching hundreds of products, many of them lip-related, she and Diana decided to collab and create Lipsick.