Friday, 24 February 2017

My Entire Huda Beauty Liquid Lipstick Collection - Swatched!

I've been to-ing and fro-ing over whether or not I should write this post. It's no secret, I've declared my love for Huda Beauty's Liquid Matte Lipsticks all across my blog and social media, despite my initial reservations, and as I recently came to add the 'Reds' and 'Pinks' mini sets to my collection, I thought that rather than waffle on for another two posts about each set individually, I'd just whack all of the shades I own on my arm and let them speak for themselves.

My Entire Huda Beauty Liquid Lipstick Collection - Swatched! | Life in Excess Blog

A quick word on the mini sets before we get cracking. I think they're such a fantastic release and a great way to try several shades from the lipstick line. I initially purchased the 'Reds' set and then was very kindly gifted the 'Pinks' set by my lovely friend for my birthday. The sets are as follows:

Reds - Heartbreaker, Material Girl, Showgirl, Famous

My Entire Huda Beauty Liquid Lipstick Collection - Swatched! | Life in Excess Blog

Pinks - Gossip Gurl, Trophy Wife, Icon, Socialite

My Entire Huda Beauty Liquid Lipstick Collection - Swatched! | Life in Excess Blog

There's also a 'Nudes' and a 'Browns' set available. 

Okay, here we go. Shades from left to right:

My Entire Huda Beauty Liquid Lipstick Collection - Swatched! | Life in Excess Blog

Venus - One of the very first shades that I bought, (and adore!). A warm, brown-toned nude.

Icon - A peachy/brown nude. It gives off a touch of KVD Lolita; although way less drying and more comfortable to wear. 

Socialite - I was so excited about this newly released, 'metallic' shade; however it doesn't apply well or look particularly flattering, (think crusty, chapped lips - yuk) It's a washy dirty pink shade with gold glitter running through it. I feel that this may be one to try over the top of a more pigmented liner or lipstick as on its own, it doesn't work at all.  

Gossip Gurl - This shade wasn't really on my radar but boy, was I wrong. This is hands-down, one of my favourite shades. It's such a wearable pink shade and one that has been getting a lot of love since I received it. 

Flirt - This is one of those 90's brown shades. When I swatched it in Sephora, I wasn't sure; however I'm really glad I decided to buy it as it makes for an alternative, statement lip that is actually rather flattering, and makes your teeth look white. #Priorities. 

Medusa - A dusty mauve that is very much one of those, 'trend' shades. I really like this colour when my skin is a little more tanned. I'd initially dismissed this shade as it looks more greige in the artwork on Huda's packaging; however it swatches with more of a purple undertone. 

Trophy Wife - I have this rosey/nude shade in both the full and mini sizes, plus the Lip Contour. That's what you call dedication! I actually haven't been reaching for this as often lately but I was committed over Autumn/Winter. 

Showgirl - Firstly, I need to get it out there that I absolutely love this shade. It's such a pretty, rose/red, metallic shade. Unlike Socialite, I really like how this one looks once applied. My only critique is that the metallic formulas are slightly thinner than her original matte line which means a couple of coats is essential. For Showgirl, it's worth the extra effort. 

Heartbreaker - A bright, Hollywood-style red. 

Famous - A deep, wine red. It's not a shade I'm reaching for right now but I can see me getting a lot of wear out of this when Autumn swings around again.

Material Girl - This is more of a purple, plum shade and one that I'll likely end up giving away as these kinds of shades really do nothing for me. I expect there will be some who are crazy for this shade, but for me, brighter purples just don't work well. 

If you're interested to read more about my thoughts on the Huda Beauty Liquid Lipsticks, i.e. how they wear and my thoughts on pigmentation, longevity etc. you can find my previous reviews here.

Let me know if you've tried the Huda Beauty Liquid Matte Lipsticks and what your thoughts are. Which shades are your favourites or are there any that you're dying to try? 

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