I enjoy that the packaging is very simplistic, a nice clean design on a clear tube. The best part is that I can easily see the colour through the tube, which saves me from having to open it up fully. The long, thin applicator, as compared to the traditional doe-foot, makes it really easy to line the lips before filling them in; especially around about the cupids bow.
The staying power of the Lip Lingerie is about so-so. I've timed it to lasting a little under four hours, without eating, before it starts to fade. If I eat while wearing it, I immediately have to really it. I find that wearing a lipliner, my particular favourite to pair with this is the Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Pillow Talk, improves the wear time and makes any fading less noticeable.
There are two cons with this, that I can think of. The first is that, because the colour is so light, I find that it can look super creased if you don't etiolate beforehand. The product accumulates into the lines on my lips easily and I don't have very chapped lips. The other con is that the formula is very thick, in fact one of the thickest liquid lipstick formulas that I have ever used. Once it has dried down, I still feel like my lips are tacky.
Despite the cons, I still really enjoy this. I just have to be a bit more careful when I wear it. I've heard on the YouTube circuit that there are some formula differences between the many shades, so I'm interested in picking up another for comparison. Perhaps a darker, more purply toned colour.
Have you tried out the Lip Lingeries yet? What was your experience with them?
Louise x x