Monday 2 June 2014

Max Factor Lipfinity Lip Colour Review - Just Bewitching

The Summer social scene events calender is under way and if like me you want your lipstick to last further than that first sip of Champagne then you should take a look at Max Factor's Lipfinity Lip Colours.

Max Factor Lipfinity Lip Colour 24 hrs

Max Factor say 

The original long-lasting lip colour is the perfect way to make a lasting impression. Now with a new applicator for true bold colour that stays put all day.
  • Hot must-have shades that last for up to 24 hours.
  • Moisturising balm gives a smooth finish with luscious shine.
  • New applicator for a defined, bold finish.
  • Available in a range of 25 subtle to vibrant shades

Intense Colour
Long lasting
Colour impact

Base Coat - The highly pigmented base coat contains a combination of ingredients to ensure the colour sticks to your lips and a flexible layer that ensures the adhesive element is soft enough to flex as you move your lips. 

Top Coat - The moisturising top coat seals in moisture and delivers a super alluring shine that lasts all day. 

The Result - Long-lasting colour that feels smooth and soft to touch whilst still looking freshly applied for up to 24 hours.

Max Factor Lipfinity Lip Colour Just Bewitching Swatch

My thoughts 

Last month Max Factor launched 6 brand new shades handpicked by make-artist Pat Mcgrath. The 6 shades offer everything from nudes to brights. This brings the total shades to 25.

Always Delicate (soft nude)
Just Bewitching (coral)
Just in Love (hot red)
So Glamorous (deep red)
Stay Bronzed (subtle brown)
Stay Cheerful (hot pink)

I was sent Just Bewitching to test out. I must admit I am partial to a pretty coral and love wearing it in the Spring/Summer months so this was perfect in shade for me.

The product works best when applied as per the instructions. Apply a thin layer of the coloured base coat, let it dry and then apply the top coat to add shine. It is important to only apply a thin, even layer of the base coat as the product can clump and become cakey if you apply too thickly, as I found out when I tried this the first time!

True to its word once applied, I was so happy to see that it did not transfer on to drinking glasses or other people's cheeks or lips ;-)

Looking in the mirror, it still looked perfect after drinks and food and long into the day. I was most impressed.

It certainly passed my lipfinity test. You don't need to take out both products with you, just the moisturising balm as it can feel a little dry (not so much for me though as my lips are in pretty good condition) and to keep the glossy, shine topped up through the day.

Wearing Max Factor Lipfinity Lip Colour - Just Bewitching

Max Factor Lipfinity Lip Colour costs £10.99


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