Review: Gerard Cosmetics Lipstick

Review: Gerard Cosmetics Lipstick

The Gerard Cosmetics Lipstick (£14 for 227 g) is the stick lipstick that the brand Gerard Cosmetics offers. Their lipstick is available in 27 shades which mostly are wearable colours such as nudes but there are also some orange and purple shades as well. The lipsticks are available in matte, satin, and cream finishes. I have the lipsticks Berry Smoothie (cream) and Vintage Rose (satin).

On their website they state that the lipsticks
are pigmented
are long-wearing
are comfortable on the lips

I actually didn’t realise there were different finishes before I started writing this review. I don’t see that they write the different finishes for the lipsticks at beautybay.com where I bought them. If you want to see the finishes before buying the lipsticks then I would suggest looking at the official gerardcosmetics.com website. Based on the cream and satin lipsticks I own, I will say they are both very pigmented. I do think you need to build up the satin one (Vintage Rose) to get full opacity. I think they wear a long time on the lips and most of the lipstick will still be there after eating and drinking. You will of course have to reapply at the centre of the lips which is to be expected afterwards. When reapplying, I do think they layer well.  Both the cream and satin finish are very comfortable on the lips. I can’t say if the matte formula are as well but it dosen’t look that matte if you look at the lip swatches on their website. From looking at those I think they are also very comfortable. I would recommend using the lipsticks with a lipliner to make sure they stay put.

I really enjoy these lipsticks and love their gold packaging as well. I will award them 5 out of 5 hearts.

The lipsticks do live up to the statements. I do really wish they would come out with even more shades as this is a formula I really enjoy! Have you tried the Lipsticks from Gerard Cosmetics? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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