Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks Review and Swatch – Lolita, Lolita II, Berlin, Lovesick and Mother

July 27, 2016

Ever since Sephora was launched in Australia, I have definitely become more interested in their exclusive makeup brands such as the Kat Von D, as opposed to the usual high end department store brands. Today’s post is for Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipsticks – needless for me to say how popular these are! If you’ve ever been to the shop, you would notice the never-ending crowd at the Kat Von D, and these liquid lipsticks are always out-of-stock! I bought them online, and picked the colors based on the swatch without having any research done as I was confident that they would work for me!

I picked some highly popular colors from this range, including Mother, Lovesick, Berlin, and Lolita and Lolita II with the latter two being the best sellers.  All the colors are in line with my expectations, and I truly love every single one of them.

kat-von-d-everlasting-liquid-lipstick-review-swatch-lolita-II-mother-lovesick-berlin-lolita2-6The Liquid Lipstick has a lovely creamy and velvety consistency on application that feels lightweight on the lips. Pigmentation is intense and opaque, so a little product goes a long way. It doesn’t bleed nor feather, and it takes about 10 seconds for the formula to completely sink into the lips, and dries down to a stain-like matte finish. It doesn’t make your lips appear dryer, but if you already have dry and flakey lips to begin with, be aware this formula doesn’t moisturize and will not hide the dry lips condition.  This lipstick lasts forever, and stays put for about 4-5 hours before it is totally worn off.

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I find that the application with Kat Von D is much easier than the MAC matte liquid lipcolors, as it applies evenly (non patchy), and it allows for enough time to blend and make it look perfect. With this formula , I personally prefer to line the lips and apply the color with a lip brush for a more precise and sophisticated finish.

Color Description and Swatch

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Mother – Medium mauve pink

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Lovesick –  Nude dusty pink. I have a thing for muted dusty pink lip color. Lovesick leans cool and slightly nude. My preferred application is to fill my lips with the Chanel lip liner in Rose Delicate, and then apply lovesick on top for the prettiest MLBB pink mauve lip color.

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Lolita –  Chestnut brown color with a hint of mauve undertone. The most wearable brown lip color I have ever come cross! It’s such a fashionable and edgy color to wear without looking too bold and vampy. Absolutely love it!

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Lolita II – Peachy terracotta color. It is the everyday version of Lolita, and color is more nude, and would suit most complexions.

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Berlin – Warm coral red that is so beautiful and brightens up the complexion instantly

kat-von-d-everlasting-liquid-lipstick-review-swatch-berlinGroup Swatch

just applied

kat-von-d-everlasting-liquid-lipstick-review-swatch-lolita-II-mother-lovesick-berlin-lolita2-3once it dries to matte finish

kat-von-d-everlasting-liquid-lipstick-review-swatch-lolita-II-mother-lovesick-berlin-lolita2-4Bottom Line: Must have! Reasonably priced with a pleasant formula that lasts like ink, and it comes in a huge color selection.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

jeslynj July 28, 2016 at 3:16 pm

Thanks for reviewing these! I’ve so curious about them but now I must try them.

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Reika July 29, 2016 at 1:03 am

Thanks! Yeh they are good lippies to try as long as your lips are conditioned 🙂 love how long they last!

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