Lippy girl lipsticks review

Dear beauties! I’m thrilled to introduce you a lovely brand from Canada called Lippy girl which was launched in UK by Botanical brands for this November vegan month! However, lipsticks loaded with natural ingredients are the new luxury and so you don’t need to be a vegan to wear them 🙂 I mean that things are changing and as I can see it, luxury nowadays means going natural. It’s the inside that counts and what we put on and in ourselves! So I was more than happy to accept this opportunity from Botanical brands (who is the Lippy girl UK distributor) to test and review these new lipsticks!

Going straight ahead I will start with the list of ingredients from the lipstick package:

INCI of Lippy girl lipsticks

INCI of Lippy girl lipsticks

“The Lippy Girl Makeup range includes twelve Vegocentric Lipsticks, all made with organic and wild-crafted natural oils and waxes, and only natural mineral pigments.  They’re made with certified organic Castor Seed Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Carnauba Wax and Shea Butter and 100% vegan, bee-free, gluten free and chemical free!   These lovely lippies are also super pigmented with natural minerals for great colour pay-off and provide the smoothest, creamiest finish.  They’re also ultra-nourishing, mouth-wateringly moisturising, long lasting and, above all, won’t bleed.”

As you can see the ingredients along with the claim from Lippy girl, we are on a very good track. Let’s see now what I think about them 🙂

My review of Lippy girl lipsticks 

I have received 4 different shades to review and to test for you. First the outside; the package is elegant lacquered black (100% recyclable aluminium tubes!) with the pink logo printed on. Plus every lipstick is packed in a nice pink paper box.

Here are the 4 shades that I have accurately photographed to get the best possible overview:

vegocentric2 vegocentric3 vegocentric4 vegocentric5

These shades are all in natural quite pale tonalities:

P-bomb is a frost (slightly pearl) light pink with cool tonalities suitable for very light pale skin tones and amazing for light blondes with pale skin.

Son of a brick is a matte, very rich pigmented light orange brick tonality that looks quite light when applied on the lips. It’s a color that will make a face radiant but if you expect a darker matte brown (like I thought) it’s not the case. I was wondering if it changes the color when applied on my lips because on the paper was quite brown…

Coral me maybe is a nice summer inspired coral with a slight frost finish. It is a mixture of pink and orange that gives that nice coral effect on the lips which instantly make your face bright. However it’s not a very bright coral; I’d say a neutral coral shade. My favorite of those 4.

Ski bunny is a very pale nude matte lip color with a pink undertone. It’s a nice light beige to wear when you have a bold smoky eye for instance. Although I wouldn’t suggest it to those with naturally dark lips, because it is a very very pale shade that tends to look a little bit chalky on dark lips.

All 4 swatches together to compare them

All 4 swatches together to compare them (left: Son of a brick, top: P-bomb, middle: Coral me maybe and bottom: Ski bunny)

Overall, I’m very impressed with the quality of these lipsticks. They slide very smooth on the lips and are very long-lasting. They don’t bleed and are very, very pigmented. In one stroke your lips are already full of color! The list with ingredients is amazing, all those nourishing oils are perfect for the lips! The entire collection consists of 12 different shades so that you can have a huge selection for all tastes. I reviewed those more natural nude ones, but I bet you’ll find even darker ones if you need.


Has anyone tried them yet? Your thoughts please 🙂

3 Responses to “Lippy girl lipsticks review”
  1. Amber says:

    I am loving these lippies too! I have Ski Bunny but I have my eye on Fancy Pants and Schmoopy!

  2. Loving the hue of P Bomb!

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