Before NYX gave the world Soft Matte lip cremes, the makeup industry encompassed only lipsticks and glosses to glam up the pout. Since then the popularity of liquid lipsticks seemed to have grown at an exaggerated pace, providing the depth of a lipstick and the sheen of a gloss. the last two years have seen many launches in the liquid lipstick market including the likes of Anastasis Beverly Hills, Stilla, MAC to name a few.
The most recent brand to have jumped on the bandwagon is Chambor. They recently launched the Xtreme wear Transferproof Liquid Lipstick. They come in a myriad of hues ranging from reds and plums to browns and rust.
Today’s post shall be a review of Shade 404 from the Chambor liquidlipstick fraternity. They have a total of 18 shades.
I picked this shade purely on the grounds of experimentation. It is a subtle plum and mauve shade suitable for all skin tones. Have to admit that this is my first ever from the purple family. Life Update there!!
This product comes sealed in an indigo blue cover. The lipstick has a humble glass packaging and a black lid with silver lining. The glass helps in picking the right shade in case you own a couple of them from your lipstick stash. It has a rather simple wan with a flat tip applicator making its application tad bit easy. This is perfect for newbies in makeup
Pigmentation & Formulation
This liquid lipstick goes opaque in a single coat and has a little bit of a mousse consistency. Slightly more thin however. It glides on easily on the lips and in a couple of minutes goes matte giving one the requisite time for any sort of corrections.
The lipstick takes a couple of minutes before it completely goes matte. After 5 mins of its application, it does not budge and stays put. I tried using a white mug to spot any bleeding and it came out to be spotless and blemishfree.
This is definitely one of the best lipsticks in my stash when it comes to its staying power. It lasts for around 6 hours and survives meals and 2 cups of coffee. Great job there. It does, however start fading off from outer corners of the lip after 5 hours but That is farely fair. Remove the lipstick using a biphased makeup remover or any sort of oil. I prefer the Chambor Lip & eye makeup remover.
These retail for ₹845 and is a little steep when compared to lip creams from NYX.
A few misses:
Have no shade name, numbers are so old school
Tad bit expensive
My Rating 4/5
Until next time,
Stay Stylish, Stay You