Friday, November 30, 2018

Rude Notorious Liquid Lip Color in Bad to the Bones

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is bought with my money. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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 At The Makeup Show LA 2018, I got some products from Rude.

Here are the goodies we received at the Press Preview. I already reviewed Parian Spirit Brush Cleaner (top middle), NYX Strobe of Genius Illuminating Palette (top left), MustaeV Vitamin Sadness Mask (middle right), and Bioderma Sensibio H2O (top left).
Here are the products I either purchased or received. For this post, I will review the lip product from Rude in the middle.
Here are the products I purchased or received from Rude. For this post, I will review the lip product in the middle.
Product Review: Rude Notorious Liquid Lip Color in #65501 Bad to the Bones

Where to purchase: online at rudecosmetics.com
Price: $4.50 for 0.1 fl oz/ 2.5 mL

Made in P.R.C.

Description from the package: Rude Cosmetics Notorious Liquid Lip Colors are guaranteed to be notoriously pigmented and delivers rich and long-wearing matte finish.
Ingredients:
Isododecane, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Hydrogenated Styrene/Methyl Styrene/Indene Copolymer, Cyclopentasiloxane, Beeswax, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, May Contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Manganese Violet (CI 77742), D&C Red. #6 (CI 15850), D&C Red #6 Ba Lake (CI 15850:2), D&C Red #7 Ca Lake (CI 15850:1), D&C Red #21 Al Lake (CI 45380:3), D&C Red #27 Al Lake (CI 45410:2), D&C Red #33 Al Lake (CI 17200).
Thoughts: To be honest when I first saw this product, I was like I don't need anymore liquid lipsticks. Then I decided to swatch the liquid lipstick. That was my mistake because I fell in love with this color.
Here's a closer look at the color.
Here's a closer look at the applicator.
Here's a swatch on my hand.
Here's how the color looks on me.
Here's an overall look with Juvia's Place The Warrior Eyeshadow Palette on the eyes.

Now for an overall opinion... First of all, there's no noticeable scent while applying. I just sniffed the product and there's no scent whatsoever. Secondly, the packaging is nice. It's smaller than I'm used to but I don't remember the last time I finished a lip product. For this reason, I think it's a decent size. With that said, it's well-made and sturdy. It's made out of thick plastic. I also like that it's see through. If you own more than one, you can distinguish them apart. The top is sturdy as well. I can feel a tight seal when I open and close. I cannot see it open or break unless you are rough with the packaging. For this reason, it's travel-friendly. Since it's small, it's easy to throw in your purse, bag, and even your pocket. Also, it comes in a typical doe foot applicator you find in a lot of liquid lipsticks. It's slanted at one side of the tip. The tip makes it easy to outline the lips and the flat area to fill in the remaining. Third, the consistency is liquidity. It glides on and does not tug on the lips. With that said, it's easy to use. I don't know if it's the size of the lip product but I had to dip multiple times to get enough product on the lips. If you don't like re-dipping than this product might not be for you. I don't mind if it's once, but this is more than once. Since you re-dip multiple times, the color does not go on evenly. The color becomes patchy depending on the area you applied. For example the center of the bottom lip touches more times than the sides, the color will be darker. Thankfully, this particular color is on the neutral side you cannot see the patchiness. With the naked eyes, it looked like I applied evenly. When I saw the pictures on my computer, I was shocked to see a dark outline on my lips. I'm not too sure what that is. Other than that, it dries quickly. I would say within seconds. Once it dries, it's matte and transfer-proof. I kissed my hand multiple times and I did not see any lip product. It's light-weight, not sticky, and it doesn't feel like you're wearing anything. I do recommend exfoliating before you apply this product. Since it adheres to the lips, you will see all the imperfections. It falls in-between the lip cracks. I don't mind fine lines but I'm not a fan of thick lines. This one isn't bad. It only falls in-between fine lines. Fourth, the color is really pretty. It's like a neutral, brownish-purple. I wouldn't say the color is unique but it is really pretty on the lips. It's a great fall and winter color. Pigmentation-wise it's definitely not up there. You need to layer multiple times for the color to show even on my light skin. Lastly, the color lasted until I ate. I have a tendency to wipe my mouth while eating. For this reason, lip colors don't last that long on me. With that said, it's comfortable and not drying at all. I did not see any white residue in the center of the lips. I'm glad I got to try this product. It's an alright product.

Pros:
* No scent whatsoever.
* Nice, well-made, and sturdy packaging.
* See through packaging; can distinguish the color if you own more than one.
* Sturdy top; can feel a tight seal when you open and close.
* Travel-friendly.
* Typical doe foot applicator; tip makes it easy to outline and the flat area to fill the remaining.
* Liquidity consistency.
* Glides on.
* Does not tug on the lips.
* Easy to use.
* Dries quickly.
* Matte.
* Transfer-proof.
* Light-weight.
* Not sticky.
* Doesn't feel like you're wearing any lip products.
* Gorgeous color!
* Great fall and winter color.
* Comfortable.
* Not drying.
* Lasted until I ate.
* Cruelty-free.

Cons:
* Hard to find in stores.
* Need to dip multiple times.
* Patchiness.
* Dark outline on the lips.
* Not pigmented.

Would repurchase: No.
Rating:  3/5 Tobey's Paws

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is bought with my money. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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