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REVIEW: L'Oreal Moist Mat (Matte) Lipstick in Lincoln Rose

 

Review of L'Oreal Moist Mat (Matte) Lipstick in Lincoln Rose



The most talked about and perhaps the most sought after lipstick shade from L'Oreal's L'Ore Lumiere Cannes Film Festival 2014 collection is Lincoln Rose. And the whole hullabaloo was created by our erstwhile Miss World, Ashwarya Rai who looked ethereally beautiful in it...
So today ladies and gentlemen, I am taking this opportunity to review this gorgeous shade of Red that promises to suit all Indian skintones!


L'Oreal Moist Mat Lipstick in Lincoln Rose is a pinkish (almost scarlet) Red that would suit almost all Indian skintones. It isn't too bright, it isn't maroon-ish, it isn't neon-y, its just pure Red... The lipstick isn't overly glossy and neither is it too matte, it has the perfect sheen and the right amount of matte-ness...
The shade Lincoln Rose somehow reminds me of Colorbar Velvet Matte Lipstick in Hot Hot Hot.











Price of L'Oreal Moist Matte (Mat) Lipsticks

They cost a whopping INR 899/- for a tube

Texture wise L'Oreal Moist Matte (Mat) lipsticks are very light and even though have amazing pigmentation, they don't feel heavy on your lips. Even after multiple coats you rarely realise that you are actually wearing anything on your lips.

The lipsticks have an opaque finish, they are not sheer and have a pretty decent staying power. After about 5 hours they start to fade into an even stain that looks lovely and natural at the same time.

They however seem a little fragile cause my stick broke while I was swatching it for the first time. Am not sure if it was my piece or if the range is a little flimsy.

All in all a great product and a gorgeous shade.
Have you tried this shade?
Which is your favorite shade from this range?

Comments

  1. Its a gorgeous shade..you look beautiful.

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  2. What a shade! Gorg on you :) xx

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  3. Gosh! This looks so gorgeous on you!
    But do you think it's better to drop a few more bucks and splurge on a MAC lipstick?
    Because damn! It's a pretty colour but 900 bucks? *sigh*

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  4. Strange that my lipstick broke too, that too within a week of buying it and having kept it in my bag. Maybe it's because of the weather, but anyway its a beautiful shade and I loved it too :)

    Love
    Nitika
    www.theshopaholic-diaries.com

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  5. Pretty shade and looks amazing on you... :-)

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  6. Fragrances for Everyone . Fragrances such as Pineapple, Vetiver, Red Fruits, Apple, Lemon, Peony, Freesia, Musk, Cedar, Tiare Flower, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Bergamot, Lilac, Vanilla
    http://www.uhsupply.com/category-s/11224.htm

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  7. Lovely shade and you are looking gorgeous doll !
    L’Oreal Makeup Remover

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  8. I have orange power and maple mocha from this range. my orange power had broken in the tube on the very first swatch on my lips. so I didn't used maple mocha yet.

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  9. Hi Samyukta, nice blog and your eyes, i must say, are luvly! It's not just your stick but the bullet of my Lincoln Rose lipstick was broken from the bottom. Though fragile but the best lipstick i ever own!
    A beautiful colour.

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