The Lipstick That Does Stay On

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The Lipstick That Does Stay On

Postby Savysmom » 30 Oct 2007, 17:56

Max Factor Lipfinity.

almost have to peel the stuff off with petroleum at the end of the night.

It does not kiss/wipe off onto ANYTHING (so good that I forget myself when wearing regular lipstick and that's when dh gets the lipstick on his collar...)

It can start to feel a bit tatty after a while, though, so be sure to keep the moisturizer that's sold along with it on hand for lubing up through the day. DON'T use run of the mill chapstick to moisturize with it, though..being petroleum-based, it will peel the stuff off for you before you're ready.

But yeah. love the stuff.
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Postby Loubylou » 30 Oct 2007, 18:50

God I love this forum... it's so bloody useful! :D
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Postby realsLINshady » 31 Oct 2007, 19:53

Is it just me or is the concept of lippy having to be peeled off slightly scary? Its been bothering me ever since I read about it - what do you think is in it?!!

:scream

This comes from someone who has never, but never, got to grips with lipstick. I confine myself to a smear of Vaseline and pretend I have a natural glow.....
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Postby Aitch » 31 Oct 2007, 23:39

ah, now, i have tried the lipfinity one but found it too globby at the end of the day. i have another one that i find better, i'll report back when i next see my make-up bag. am v jealous of Lin's natural glow.
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Postby realsLINshady » 01 Nov 2007, 20:55

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