We Asked 10 Women To Test Out Dior’s First Ever Liquid Lipstick
This week's KULALA Beauty Club is supersized. From silvery holo to holiday-ready metallics, these ladies tell us exactly what they think of the Rouge Dior Liquid.| November 30, 2017
Welcome to KULALA Beauty Club, where YOU our dear readers help us suss out the best in the beautysphere. We’re doing things different this week. Instead of one, we got 11 of our readers to tell us what they think about Dior’s Rouge Dior Liquid. For more from these ladies – and to find out how to be part of the club –head on over here. For more beauty reviews like this, click over here for our “Best of Beauty” series. Thank you ladies!
The liquid lipstick is one of the defining beauty products of the decade. These days, any beauty brand worth its salt will carry some variation of a liquid lipstick, or at least have one in the works. So, when Dior announced and released their first ever liquid lipstick – the Rouge Dior Liquid – we definitely sat up and watch.
It comes with a twist, though. Compared to regular lipstick out of a bullet, liquid lipsticks have the reputation of having longer, more flexible wear. So, instead of just creating a liquid lipstick, Dior’s debut goes into stain territory. The Rouge Dior Liquid is pigmented – the work of ultra-fine powders in the formula, while mineral wax coats the lips and seals in the colour – but even as it starts to wear off, it intentionally leaves behind a stain, so you get almost a full day of colour. And what many colours it comes in!
You don’t need us to tell you that, like fragrances, makeup preferences can vary from one person to another. To give you a full report, because that’s what we like to do when we get the chance, we got 10 readers from KULALA Beauty Club to tell us what they thought about Dior’s debut liquid lipstick – selfies included!
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