Friday, October 11, 2013

What a Way to Shine! Mally Beauty High Shine Liquid Lipsticks (Mally's Baby, Must Have Pink) Review + SWATCHES!

Disclaimer:  This post is based on a free product provided by a company as a press sample so that I may offer my own  opinion, which may be the same or differ from yours.
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On the left is Must Have Pink followed by Mally's Baby.

Whether you want to go subtle or bolder for a lip look, Mally Beauty's High Shine Liquid Lipsticks is a great place to start.  These velvety smooth lippies pack on shine, color, and coddle your lips with moisture.  Let me tell you more about this QVC 2012 Customer Choice Beauty Award Winner and introduce you to Mally's Baby and Must Have Pink that was sent along for this review.

The High Shine Liquid Lipsticks are in pen form with a brush applicator that you need to twist to release that amazing flow of juicy color.  In my opinion, I would consider these more a beautiful marriage of liquid lipstick and gloss instead of strictly a liquid lipstick due to that intense shine and pigmentation of a lipstick, only with a lightweight gloss like texture.  They also come with lip primer in the formula to extend wearing time, which is about five hours if you don't eat or drink.

Mally's Baby is a soft peachy nude with some fine glitter in its shimmer.  On the other hand, Must Have Pink is a flattering shimmering pink that has a bit more color without any superfine glitter to the formula.  Both shades would be quite easy to wear for most complexions.

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This is Mally's Baby.  

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This is Must Have Pink.

I really think Mally Roncal did a fine job with the High Shine Liquid Lipsticks because they can bring a lot more to lips than just a mere gloss or lipstick.  If you haven't tried them yet, you can buy them at Mally Beauty or for $20 each.  However, I warn you that one will not be enough!  You will want them all once you play with them.

*Disclaimer:  Free products were provided to facilitate this review only--not my opinion.*