It has been ages since I showed you a new lippy formula! I’ve been working SO hard on two HUGE posts for different brands but my feed was definitely missing some lip love! The first Butter London products I fell for were definitely the nail polishes then the eyeshadows & right after that some awesome lipsticks. Today I’m chatting about a new formula to me- the Butter London LIPPY Liquid Lipsticks. Which I think is super interesting! Keep reading to see all the details below!
LIPPY is a highly-pigmented, long wearing liquid lipstick designed to complement your favourite Butter London nail lacquers. Butter London’s nourishing formula moisturizes and protects with shea butter, and vitamin E. Butter London does not add parabens or phthalates to any of its product formulas. It’s colour without compromise.
Butter London Lippy Liquid Lipstick in the shade Toff – a neutral, dusty mauve.
Butter London Lippy Liquid Lipstick in the shade La Moss – a brightened, vampy black cherry shade.
Butter London Lippy Liquid Lipstick in the shade Queen Vic – a vibrant slightly purple-leaning bright pink.
Swatches left to right are one swipe of each shade: Butter London Lippy Liquid Lipsticks in La Moss, Toff, & Queen Vic.
So let me talk about this formula! These shades are marketed as a liquid lipstick…but I don’t feel the same. But that isn’t exactly a bad thing either! These are light thick, well-pigmented lip glosses, in my humble opinion. They’re thicker & sticky so they have nice staying power but I don’t find these shades to “dry down” like most liquid lipsticks. I find the lighter shades are perfect on their own or as a topper but La Moss definitely needs some kind of base. One change I’d make? I think these would apply better with a brush tip instead of a doefoot because of their thickness. I think Toff is my favorite shade- such a gorgeous neutral!
You can purchase Butter London Lippy Liquid Lipsticks on their website, ULTA, Nordstrom, Walmart, & Amazon.
Any of these shades catch your eye? What do you look for in a liquid lipstick? What are some of your favorite Butter London products?