Today’s Product Review:
Beauty Bakerie Lip Whips
Need to Know:
35 shades currently
Amount: .17oz (compared to Kat Von D .22oz/$20).
Swatches from lightest to darkest: (Purchased six so far, two on the way).
Hazelnut Swirl (Metallic) is a limited edition collab with Olympic gymnast, Gabby Douglas. It does not have a color description on the website. I would describe it as a warm metallic bronze. I really like this color even though deeper browns are not typically the first color I reach for. It’s rich enough to wear without lipliner, and soft enough for a natural look on deeper skin tones.
Raspberry Tiramisu (Matte) is described as the medium you were looking for as this color lies just between red and purple. I did think it would be deeper from how it looked on the website but pretty nonetheless. It’s a very flattering color on any skin tone.
Cranberry Stiletto (Matte) is described as a bitten berry. I love this red – it’s a deeper blue red that deeper skin tones can wear without a lipliner. The best part is you don’t have to worry about the color running either since the entire Lip Whip line is transfer/smudge proof.
She’s Just Jelly (Matte) does not have a color description on the website. I would describe it as a deep, matte, grape purple.
Plum Sorbet (Matte) is a part of the limited edition collab with Olympic gymnast, Gabby Douglas. It does not have a color description on the website but I would describe it as a deep, plum wine.
Space Cake (Metallic) is described as the universe upon your lips. It’s an interesting deep charcoal color that also has hints of blue.
Dare to Eclair (Metallic) is described as a black with sparkle. The sparkle is more of a metallic silver so it does come across almost grey instead of black.
Let me start by saying how much I love the smudge-proof formula? It does not budge once it is dry until you remove it with oil based makeup remover. It doesn’t fade throughout the day either which I love as well. I really liked the doe foot applicator as well – it helped a smooth and even application especially for the matte lip whips. However, the metallic lip whips were really difficult to apply evenly. The website does warn to wait 60-75 seconds between each layer and not to apply more than three layers but to be blunt, that is a little time consuming. I just had to dock points for the inconvenience. I also docked points for the amount of product in each tub especially with a $20 price point. In my opinion, as cute as the packaging is, it’s deceiving when it looks like you are receiving a lot of product when that is not the case. I would definitely recommend this product if you want a liquid lipstick that won’t budge and there are quite a few colors to choose from for all complexions.