Kat von D liquid lipstick: Ophelia

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It’s my first blogpost ever and I’m so excited! I’m so happy to share my love and passion for beauty with you. I really hope that you will enjoy this new adventure as much as I do. Let’s talk about make-up now!

We don’t have a Sephora in The Netherlands anymore so it made me so happy to get myself some nice make-up when I was on vacation in Spain last summer. One of the things I bought was a Kat von D liquid lipstick and I really didn’t know what to expect. 

My favorite matte liquid lipsticks are from Kylie Cosmetics and at this point I didn’t have much matte liquid lipsticks from any other brands, so ofcourse I had to try this one!

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The packaging looks so cute! I love how it’s says ‘Ophelia’ with a little lightning and the actual liquid lipstick packaging is so pretty! I know Kat von D is a tattoo artist, but I really feel like she shows that so good with her make-up brand.

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The actual product

Well this is ofcourse the most important part, how do I like this liquid lipstick? First of all, please bare with me because my swatches aren’t that good but I’m new to the game right?

Back to the liquid lipstick.. I love the color! It’s a peachy nude and looks very pretty. It dries down but I feel like it’s still a bit sticky. To be honest, I don’t like a sticky product. It’s not that it really bothers me but it just doesn’t feel nice.

This is how Ophelia looks on my lips! It’s really a ‘go to’ everyday nude for me and I do think it’s so pretty on the lips.

Product information 

This is what stated on the Kat Von D website:

Unleash high-pigment, long lasting lipstick with an effortless swipe of the doe-footed wand. Everlasting Liquid Lipstick makes it easy to get a crisp, precise lip look. This creamy formula glides over lips like a gloss and sets to a true matte finish, plus it’s packed with natural moisturizers, including Vitamin E and Sunflower Seed Wax. Matte lipstick has never felt so comfortable!

Vegan & Cruelty Free

The price 

It’s $20 dollars and I paid 20 euros for it in Europe as well.

 

See you next time,

Simone

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