After the success of the Juicy Shakers, Lancôme shook things up a bit more with the launch of the new Matte Shakers. Our love for matte lipsticks isn’t dying anytime soon and the Matte Shakers are taking it to the next level.
Lancôme’s new Matte Shakers are a collection of 7 highly pigmented matte liquid lipsticks that deliver major colour payoff and have a lightweight, second-skin feel that leaves that you can wear comfortably throughout the day and it won’t dry out your lips. It has a water-in-oil emulsion that’s made of Vitamin E and a patented Ultra Thin Film technology to give you weightless texture without losing the highly pigmented colour. Like the other shakers, the applicator has a pillow-like cushion applicator that allows for maximum absorption of the formula to give you precise application and buildable colour that dries without smudging or transferring.
Price: $29 / 6.2 ml / Available at Sephora & Lancome counters
From L-R: Kiss Me Cherie – deep blue-toned red, Pink Power – magenta pink, Yummy Pink – cool fuchsia pink
My Glittery Thoughts:
These are the lightest matte lipsticks I’ve ever worn! It feels like you’re not wearing anything. They feel like a stain when you apply them but the colour is so intense, it’s crazy. After eating and drinking, some slight colour comes off at the corners of my lips but the colour is still there underneath. It fades gracefully and leaves a nice stain on your lips. I’m absolutely in LOVE with these colours! The red has a nice blue tone to it and the pinks are really fun and EASY to wear. They don’t smudge and make it really easy for me to wear a bold lip to work. These are definitely worth buying if you’re looking for bright shades in a lightweight formula that won’t make you feel self conscious about it bleeding, smudging or fading awkwardly.
What do you think of the Lancôme Matte Shakers? Have you tried any of the Lancôme shakers before?! Share your thoughts below!
Disclosure: These products were provided for editorial consideration, however these are my honest opinions.