So in today’s post I wanted to share my review on the newly launched lipsticks by Sugar Cosmetics which is the newest venture of the creators of the Fab Bag (Velvette Bag as known earlier). Sugar Cosmetics is an Indian Brand and is parabens, formaldehyde free. Not sure if it is a cruelty free brand as that is not mentioned on their website.
You can buy Sugar Cosmetics Vivid Lipsticks from here sugarcosmetics.com
Price Rs 599/-
These lipsticks comes in square packaging with the shade name mentioned on one of the side. Out of the four shades I got three from the range The Big Bang Berry, Breaking Bare, Mad Magenta. I didn’t get the fourth one Coraline in the City which is a bright orange-coral.
Sugar Cosmetics Vivid Lipsticks are matte lipsticks but during the application they actually feel creamy. In some creamy lipsticks building up the color is so difficult as they tug the lips but these lipsticks give enough colour pay off in the single swipe and of course you can build up the colour to your preference. And they don’t completely dry upto the matte finish. I found them between creamy-matte finishes.
I really loved the fact that once you rotate the bottom part of the tube to get the bullet up it gives a click sound and same applies once the bullet completely goes down. And the shape of the bullet is exactly same as MAC’s pro-longwear lipsticks. Not wide enough hence gives easy and precise application.
Update With the mild eating and drinking they actually don’t last that long. Fades away from the inner corners of the lips and thus leaving a beautiful stain. That’s probably because theydon’t completely dry upto the matte finish.
The Big Bang Berry
This is a bright wine shade and I can say it is a dupe of NARS Vera but slightly darker than it. Only in this shade gave me a patchy finish in the first swipe but that evened out in the second application. It’s a bold color for my choice but not too much. Definitely not an everyday colour for me.
Mad Magenta is a beautiful magenta shade, which at first I thought will be a bright pink but this one is a lot more warmer and would definitely suit all the skin tones.
Breaking Bare is a beautiful rose pink colour but my lips are bit pigmented so it was more of warmer brownish n*de kind of shade on me.
No wonder social media is all over these lipsticks. My favourite is Mad Magenta and Breaking Bare.
Overall these lipsticks are worth a try. Good Formula for an affordable price and you can get 10% off if making a purchase through their website sugarcosmetics.com and not just lipsticks there are many other promising products off their website. Have a look 🙂
Hope you liked the review and swatches of Sugar Cosmetics Vivid Lipsticks.