[REVIEW] L’Oreal Lip Paint Matte


A couple of weeks ago I picked up the L’Oreal Lip Paint Matte in the shade off-white for £6.99, you might have seen it in the mini haul I did. I don’t usually buy lip products from L’Oreal because I don’t find the smell of them that pleasant, but I was quite drawn to the formula and this particular lip colour.


The packaging is quite different, but does kind of remind me of the Too Faced Melted liquid lipstick because it’s a squeezy tube, unlike those ones this one still has a regular applicator that you would find in any other liquid lipstick. I was pleasantly surprised that this product has a really nice smell to it and kind of reminds of sweets. The formula is really thick and moussey, so I found it easy to apply precisely because the product is slipping about everywhere. It dries down matte, but unfortunately if you have any form of dryness on your lips I found this emphasised it a lot. It was relatively long-wearing, but does transfer and comes off if you were to eat anything oily.

Overall, I found this product to okay, but nothing that knocked my socks off. It’s really affordable and really good if you haven’t got dry lips. They do have a unique selection of colour as well. I just found it to an average and standard liquid lipstick. Let me know your thoughts and if you have a recommendations in the comments below.

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