Not all influencer-founded brands are made equal. Some brands naturally rise above the rest. Known for creating thoughtful beauty staples, Persona Cosmetics is one of those brands. Keep reading for a review of the Persona Cosmetics Season One Liquid Lipsticks.
Persona Cosmetics Season One Liquid Lipstick Claims
The comfort of a traditional lippie with a non-drying, matte finish
Contains Avocado Oil & Shea Butter for softer, supple lips
Cruelty-Free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Paraben-Free, made in the US
Packaging, Price, & Availability
Packaging: Sleek, plastic tube with a white twist to & a curved, doe-foot applicator
Price: $16.00 USD each, Season One Bundle (Flamingo, OG, Holy Grail): $36.00 USD
Availability: Personacosmetics.co & Ulta
Persona Cosmetics Liquid Lipsticks In Holy Grail & Phoenix
Application & Wear-Time
A thin, lightweight, non-drying formula that doesn’t crumble or emphasize texture
For best application, use the doe-foot to line your lips with the color and then fill in the center
Highly pigmented opaque color that doesn’t bleed OR wear-away easily (even when eating…Holy Grail lasted through Chipotle AND Chinese food!)
Plays well with other lip products overtop or underneath
Don’t leave teeth looking yellow or dull
Very lightly scented
Con: Formula takes several minutes to set, may transfer onto the teeth
Top: Holy Grail, Bottom: Phoenix
Final Thoughts on the Persona Cosmetics Season One Liquid Lipsticks
Out of all the matte liquid lipsticks over the years, the Persona Cosmetics formula is one of my favorites because of the curated color selection, comfortable formula, and long-lasting wear-time. I want to pick up the two other shades in the line!
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