|Rimmel London Lasting Finish Matte lipsticks going from left to right #101 (baby-doll pink), #104 (rose-mauve), #105 (nude rose), #107 (a medium plum-burgundy), #109 (perky coral), and #113 (nude-apricot).|
When I heard Kate Moss developed a matte line of her lipsticks for Rimmel London for Spring, 2013, I was excited. This new collection features ten fresh shades to help you blossom and prepare for the upcoming season. Today, I will be sharing six of those lipsticks with you following later with another review of the rest.
Unlike the bold collection for Fall, 2012, the new Lasting Finish Matte by Kate Moss Lipstick line also has beautiful colors but as a whole these are more played down. There is an innocence about them that is so appropriate for newly awakened Spring.
The consistency of the line seems to have changed somewhat. The formula seems just as creamy but more lightweight, making these glide even more wonderfully against your lips.
Some matte lipsticks often can feel too heavy and dry, but these were very creamy and smooth. I didn't mind the taste or fragrance either.
|Here are swatches of these Rimmel Lasting Finish Matte Lipsticks. Starting from my wrist and working down my arm is #101, #104, #105, #107, #109, and ending with #113.|
|Next, I have on #104, which is an easy one to wear for how natural it looked. Do you agree?|
|Another great basic neutral shade is #105 that I have on in the next photo. What do you think?|
In the last photo, we have #113 that I'm wearing. Actually, I was surprised this went on somewhat darker than the tube.
|In the last photo, we have #113 that I'm wearing. Actually, I was surprised this went on somewhat darker than the tube. |
*Disclaimer: This is my own honest opinion. Free products were provided solely to facilitate this review.*