Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick #4 | Anna Nicole

I bloody love these liquid lipsticks and I am collecting these in practically every colour (almost). So thought I would do posts swatching these on my lips and giving individual reviews on every colour!! I have a full review on these which I shall link here > https://insidethemakeupdrawer.wordpress.com/2017/10/22/full-review-jeffree-star-velour-liquid-lipsticks/

Anna Nicole is a bright orange/red with a lot of yellow tones! It finishes to a matte consistency but is still very comfortable. The pigment packs a punch and is super flattering on ladies with yellow based undertones, like myself! It lasts so well on the lips, and I can wear this when i go out and know it isn’t going to smear all over my lips. It obviously will need reapplication if you eat and drink something. But licking your lips, running your fingers across your lips and talking doesn’t disrupt it in the slightest!

This is my perfect red. I find some reds make me look totally washed out. Whereas this has a lot more yellow in it to match my skin and flatters my complexion a lot. I find as well that because it is such a bright colour, it illuminates my skin and makes me look healthy! The brightness almost makes my dull complexion look alive. I don’t know how. But it is magical! I love pairing this lip with a warm matte smokey eye! And a terracotta blush! I find that look works so well together! And a highlighter that works well with this is Makeup Geek Electrify Duo Chrome Highlighter!

I hope you enjoyed this post! How do you like this shade?

Thank you for reading! 💛

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