Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks | Review

The beginning of the year is always an exciting time for me because it means new makeup releases! I’m always looking forward to more releases in drugstore/high street beauty and Lottie London have come through with a bunch of new lovely products.

From new stick foundations to stunning eyeshadow palettes and a rainbow highlighter, there’s more than enough to discover with Lottie London right now. Amongst these new products, the Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks caught my eye the most.

If you haven’t been acquainted with Lottie London, it is a British beauty brand exclusive to Superdrug that is all about achieving ‘selfie ready beauty’. They definitely have a younger target audience, however it hasn’t put me off discovering the brand. Over the course of almost a month I have been trialling these liquid lipsticks by Lottie and I’m here to share my thoughts with you!

First and foremost, let’s talk about packaging. Lottie London definitely do a good job with cute looking packaging. The Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks are no exception here. For £5.95 you get 6ml of product housed in a sleek tube with a matte lid. This liquid lipstick features your standard doe-foot applicator like majority of liquid lipsticks out there. I like what Lottie have done with the accent of little stars on the packaging, it adds a really pretty touch paired with a name that rings so well in this day and age ‘Slay All Day’ (compared to let’s say, the Sleek Matte Me Liquid Lipsticks).

What I like about these liquid lipsticks from Lottie is that they are available to buy as part of a lip kit (lip liner and liquid lipstick) for just £8.95, or on their own for just £5.95 each. You can also buy the matching lip liner separately too for only £3.95. All of these prices are so extremely reasonable and the shades are absolutely gorgeous. This range consists of eight shades and there’s definitely a shade for everyone here! Not to mention their shade names are really cute too! Lottie London are clearly in tune with beauty trends and their shade range of lipstick reflects this so perfectly. There’s a good variety of nude/mauve shades and some lovely bright colours too.

I purchased the Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks in Slay It, Vibes and Hey Bae. As you can see these are quite bold colours. Now don’t get me wrong, I love a good nude lip colour. However, I think I see myself as more of a bold lip sporter when it comes to lipsticks. Slay It is a beautiful bright Red with a definite Orange undertone, Vibes is a gorgeous deep Currant shade and Hey Bae is a very cool toned Brown with Grey undertones.

The consistency of these liquid lipsticks by Lottie London are quite strange to me. It doesn’t apply too thick or too thin, just the right amount. Yet somehow it has a hint of moussey texture to begin with and I’m not sure how I feel about it. I feel like the formula is an exact hybrid of the Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet Lipstick and Sleek’s Matte Me Liquid Lipstick. It takes under two minutes to dry, which is quick but it also enables you to have a bit more playtime if need be. Once the liquid lipstick dries the ‘moussey’ texture disappears, which is great because like I said, not sure how I feel about that sort of texture!

Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks in Slay It, Vibes and Hey Bae swatched.
Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipstick Swatches: Slay It, Vibes and Hey Bae (in natural daylight)
Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks in Slay It, Vibes and Hey Bae swatched.
Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipstick Swatches: Slay It, Vibes and Hey Bae (with flash)

As soon as the lipstick dries there is barely any transfer! I’ve tried and tested this on both my hand and lips. If you rub really hard, you’ll get about 3% transfer. That to me is amazing for such a low price, I really can’t complain! Slay It and Hey Bae apply extremely well to the lips. Vibes on the other hand, applies a little patchy. But I guess you get that problem with almost any dark lippie you’ll come across.

The longevity of these lipsticks is pretty impressive for £5.95. I’ve worn these lipsticks on six hour shifts and they’ve lasted me the whole shift, but I do end up with ‘the ring’. You know what I’m talking about people. That dreaded ring you get on the inside of your lips where the lipstick has bunched up. However, being someone with lips drier than a piece of stale bread, it’s inevitable for this to occur with any lipstick I wear around that four or five hour mark. Nonetheless I do really like the formula as it lasts surprisingly longer than I first thought it would. It’s a brilliant formula for the price and it isn’t sticky either! My favourite colours are definitely Slay It and Vibes as they scream perfect statement lips for me.

Final thoughts on the Lottie London Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks? :thought_balloon:

In conclusion, these liquid lipsticks are great if you are a fan of nude/mauve lip colours or bold lips or if you are on the hunt for a drugstore liquid lipstick that will wear for a decent amount of time. The colour range is simply stunning and there’s definitely a colour for everyone. Furthermore if you want the bundle you have the option of buying the full lip kit, or you can buy the contents of the lip kit separately as I mentioned above. I think it’s amazing because you can pick and choose with these lip colours however you like! These liquid lipsticks last a good amount of time on the lips, dry quickly, don’t transfer and do not have a sticky formula!

I would definitely repurchase this product. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a great liquid lipstick without breaking the bank. In fact, I have my eyes on ‘Fleek’ which is a gorgeous Terracotta Brown shade.

The Slay All Day Liquid Lipsticks by Lottie London are available to buy via Superdrug online and in stores.

Have any of these gorgeous lipsticks caught your eye? Which liquid lipsticks are you loving at the moment?

Take care my loves, :kiss:

Fabled by Marie Claire

Louise Yafai

Louise is the founder of Non-Fiction Beauty. She studies Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy and has an addiction to sweetcorn.

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