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REVIEW: Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please


Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please

Please... Pretty Please...

Guest Post By: Shabby


Colorbar velvet matte range is one of the most affordable matte lipstick ranges. They offer great quality along with a wide range of colors. This shade was an impulsive buy online. The blogosphere was buzzing with the reviews of this particular shade.  So I got myself this shade called pretty please and I am very pleased that I got it. Read more to know why.

Velvet matte range is priced at Rs. 250 only


Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please



Pretty Please is a very beautiful pretty coral pink. Yes! I’m quite in love with the color..So much exaggeration:
Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please Lip Swatch

The range is very unique in packaging too. The lipstick comes in a metal finish twist up packaging with a transparent cover. And the shade name is written below on a sticker. Now the best part, the shade is shown at the bottom of the lippie just in case you own more than one. This is a great step for any lipstick brand I feel. I don’t want to spent 5 minutes seeking the shade from my stash. Also  the lipstick shade can be seen from the top too, So added benefits.

Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please Face Shot

Pros Of Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please:

  1. ·       Matte and creamy texture
  2. ·       Beautiful coral pink shade
  3. ·       Glides on lips smoothly, no tugging
  4. ·       Wide range of color for all skin tones and moods
  5. ·       Sweet smelling
  6. ·       Lasts long : for 4-5 hours when worn with a lip liner
  7. ·       Does not over dry lips; but I apply a lip balm beneath to be safe
  8. ·       Easy to find in the stash [packaging
  9. ·       Easy on the pocket too
  10. ·       Does not settle in fine lines

Cons Of Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please:

  1. May accentuate dry patches on lips (if any)

Overall Rating Of Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick In Pretty Please:

9/10

Comments

  1. i own 3 shades in this collection shabby i do find them to be a little drying. jaane kyun

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  2. even with a lip balm i meant. How weird but yes

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  3. and shabby am not a homo but am in lurveeeeeeeeeeee lurve with ur flawless brown skin!!!!you are a gorgeous tone of brown

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    1. hahahhahahahahah ROFL!!! I cannot stop laughing at the "homo" part :P but then yup totally agree at the flawlessness of her complexion!!!

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  4. you carry this colour well shabby :)

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  5. gorge shade :) looks lovely on yu.. will it suits little pigmented lips..??

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  6. i have this 1... quite like it myself... amazig swatches :)

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  7. lovely shade i havnt tried color bar lipsticks yet , but reading this make me try them asap:) it slooks pretty on ur lips

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  8. This is one of my fav lippy ... I think it will suit most Indian skintones ...

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  9. Lovely shade. may get one soon ;)

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  10. Finally got the perfect shade of coral pink which i was searching for...i love the matt range of colorbar...looking pretty on u shabby....!! :))

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