Krishika BhatiaView Profile
I own the shades brink and bichette. They are in stick form. The packaging is white with the color of the lippie stix on the bottom. The smell is somewhat like chocolate. The formula is pretty creamy. It does not have a matte finish nor is it glossy . It's somewhere in between. It does not dry out your lips. The lippie stix is not transfer proof . It will transfer to everything from food to cups and even clothes. They have a variety of colors to choose from. It's costs 5$. Worth a try ,worth the money too . But personally I'm a fan of matte lips. I probably wouldn't buy more
Colourpop lippie stix are my favorites. It has plenty of shades to choose from and they are really very affordable. They can be bought from colourpop official website and they have free shipping to India over $50. If you live in delhi then you don't even have to pay any custom charges. I have a full video on how to shop from colourpop on my youtube channel "sneha sakya". I own about 10 lippie stix and I love them. They stay for pretty decent time and comes in a very attractive white packaging with holographic brand logo. The only con is that it tends to dry your lips a bit but even Mac lipsticks does the same so I can manage with that. Rest it retails for $5 which is great.
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Aarna BhasinView Profile
Love these lippie stix from colourpop. Such gorgeous colors. the ones I have dry down to beautiful powdery matte finish. The packaging is ok. It lasts fairly long, if you dont eat or drink. They are dryong though, and are not available in india.
i have seen many bloggers boasting about the colorpop lippie stix. I found this much hyped. luckily I bought just one lippie stick in shade Lumiere. the color was very nice. But formula was very average. i found the packaging very cute. But now it looks very torn out. the staying power is very average ans it transfers a lot. it could not survive a meal as well I am definitely not going to but it again. As much as I love colorpop eyeshadows I did not like the lippie stick. there matte liquid llipsticks are my favourite.
Amazing variety of colors available! The lipstick lasts for around 4-5 hours. But due to the affordability and the colors, i love them! That said, i find them a bit drying though.
Rasha RafeeqView Profile
The lippie stix from colourpop provide extreme full coverage over the lip with a single glide.
The Matte and Matte X provide extreme matte finish, whereas the creamy mattes are Matte, with a little sheen and they do transfer. It stays not the lip for a reasonably good amount of time.
They come in complete white sticks, which look pretty fancy. The logo having the brand name is printed in holographic font.
They retail at $5 per lippie stix which is extremely affordable. They have free international shipping for purchase over $50, with which you can but tons of their products. I'm loving my collection, and I suggest all of you to try the same.
Arzoo SattikarView Profile
These mattes are so cute looking and affordable but start to transfer and smudge after some time of application. Love the variety of colours available!
These lipsticks are sooo awesome! Love the mattes from the lippie stix collection. Great intensity, doesnt transfer and stays for a good amount of time. Only con is that they really dry out my lips!
Samannita ModakView Profile
Samannita ModakView Profile
I am a matte lipstick lover and i love colourpop, so I shop a lot from this brand. Colourpop lippie stix are the best lipsticks that i ever have in an affordable price. I really love to collect most of the color from colourpop lippie stix. I have already review few colourpop lippie stix in my blog too, so if you are interested you can head over to my blog to see more. Here is the link http://www.makeupandbeautty.com/2016/06/review-and-swatches-of-colourpop-matte.html
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