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Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Lipstick in Cool Girl

Matte liquid lipsticks are still having their moment! Everybody still loves a good matte lip. While I like to experiment with different brand formulas, I still have a few brands that I think have some of the better matte liquid lip formulas.

The Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Lipsticks are one of those formulas. I originally picked this up last year from Sephora before they had even launched in the UK. I can't remeber exactly but I think I wanted the shade 'Queen B' and they were sold out. 'Cool Girl' was the next best shade for me, considering I was all about the nude lipsticks last Autumn.

The tube is very stylish with a wider clear plastic base and a golden cap. It doesn't feel as if I'm in any danger of destroying it easily. The logo for the product also ties into the rest of the Melted range. It is one of the prettier liquid lipstick tubes I own and I will be proudly displayed on my vanity for all to see.

The shade Cool Girl is a soft brown toned nude, that has enough pink to be preferable to me. The Melted Matte Liquified Lipstick dries down very fast, faster than any other liquid lipstick I have tried. It was drying as I tried to apply it. Thankfully, the product is pigmented and smooth which means that I did not have to go over any areas. 

The formula is not as comfortable as the Kat von D Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks, but not as drying as the Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipsticks. It's very comfortable on the lips. You can feel like there is product on your lips, due to the slight tackiness, but other than that it feels great. It sits ranked as number two on my list of liquid lipstick formulas, just behind Kat von D.

I really actually love it! This has turned into my go-to nude liquid lipstick, followed by my Kat Von D Lolita II and my NYX Suede Liquid Lipstick in Sandstorm. I've used it up so much that a repurchase may be in my future. 

What is your all time favourite liquid lipstick?

Louise x x

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