MAKE UP FOR EVER Rouge Artist Natural Lipstick

I got this MAKE UP FOR EVER Rouge Artist Natural Lipstick in N9: Copper Pink from Sephora.

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I actually got this lipstick as part of the free birthday gift from Sephora.

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It’s an interesting shade. My birthday was in April, so I’ve had this lipstick since then, and I still don’t know how I feel about this Copper Pink color haha

This is what it looks like with one thin coat on my lips:

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This is what it looks like with a lot more layers on my lips:

IMG_9245 IMG_9246I definitely prefer this lipstick layered. I think wearing just the one thin coat of it doesn’t really work well in my book. The more the lipstick, the better! Well, the more pigmented it is, anyway!

The lipstick is semi-shiny and pretty smooth. Not sticky at all and not thick at all, which is awesome! Super comfy to wear and lasts a good amount of time. Doesn’t bleed and looks good day and night.

It definitely has the lipstick smell to it. Not plastic like crayons or wax, but lipstick in particular. I don’t know how descriptive that is but all my Estee Lauder and Lancome lipsticks I wore in high school smelled just like this one. This lipstick reminded me of my high school days in that sense, and because I always wore colors like this in high school. Man. How did I go all four years with this brownish-reddish-coralish color as my favorite?! Lol Looking back, I have no idea. Now, it’s definitely not one of my favorites, but it gives me good memories! 🙂

Anyone else try this lipstick?

 

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