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Beauty Review | Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint



I've trialled and reviewed a lot of liquid lipsticks in my search for the perfect colours, a formula that is comfortable on the lips and not too drying, one that doesn't bleed when not worn with lipliners, that is long-lasting and one that is transfer-proof. For me the Fenty beauty lip paints tick all the boxes bar one they're not transfer-proof but I can live with that.


I absolutely love the packaging of these lipsticks, they look and feel very luxe, which in my opinion just adds to the whole experience of buying and using makeup. Taking a place of pride on my dressing table they look like they're worth every penny.

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I bought this red lip paint when it first released even though I'm not a huge fan of red lipsticks on myself because I don't feel like red suits me. But I was excited to get my hands on it as it was marketed as a 'universal red' one that suits every skin tone.


The colour is slightly darker than the classic Hollywood red but I think I just prefer my red's much darker. I don't tend to reach for this much because I'm not that daring but it is perfect for bridal makeup and on special occasions.

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After seeing this on fellow blogger 'Safiyyah Tasneem' I felt like this colour was very much like Anastasia Beverly Hills 'patina' liquid lipstick, however after trying it out on my lips its definitely a less pink and more nude colour for me.


I bought this during the black Friday sales on the Harvey Nichols site where Fenty Beauty was discounted 10% (not much, but they never have Fenty on sale in the UK so this was so worth it!). The colour is the perfect pinky/mauve nude for me as it matches my lip exactly. It's literally like my own lip colour but better. It's the one I can see myself using on a day to day basis with minimal makeup.

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This lip colour gives me so much nostalgia, it's such a 90's colour, the colour I remember my mum and aunts always wearing, the colour my older cousins would wear on special occasions. When I saw this I knew I had to have it. If it wasn't for Fenty I don't think I would have ever been drawn to this shade but I'm so glad I got it because I'm in love!


I feel like this colour makes my thin lips look fuller and is perfect for Autumn/Winter. I love it so much I feel like just wearing it around the house for no reason. I actually look forward to doing my makeup just so I can wear this lipstick...my new fav!

Overall I would highly recommend the lip paints, they very long lasting and don't really budge even after eating and drinking. They apply really evenly unlike other liquid lipsticks that can apply streaky. They don't make your lips look or feel dry and flakey.

Double thumbs up from me!

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