Product Review: Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipsticks
This Week’s Product Review:
Need to Know:
46 shades total
Amount: .11oz (compare to Kat Von D .22oz/$20).
Swatches from lightest to darkest:
Bittersweet is described as a brown plum.
Madison is described as a vibrant plum magenta.
Rio is described as a blue-toned hot pink.
Heathers is described as a brownish oxblood.
Sarafine is described as a deep blue red.
Sad Girl is described as a metallic black cherry.
Requiem is described as a metallic blackened teal.
Midnight is described as a licorice black.
I always judge a product based on how the company describes it. This liquid lipstick is said to be a cult favorite that packs intense pigment, glides easily on the lips, and stays put for a long-wearing, non-drying matte look. Featuring a flat sponge-tip applicator, it applies a full-coverage, opaque color precisely for an unforgettable look.
I will say of all the liquid lipsticks I have tired, ABH is my favorite. They are comfortable and the applicator makes it easier to apply then most liquid lipsticks. However, I docked them because you don’t get much product. When I looked up the amount you receive for the price, I had to double check because the amount is half what Kat Von D offers for $20 as well. Therefore, if the color is unique to ABH and I can’t find a dupe color for it, I’ll purchase it but you are getting a little ripped off for the amount of product vs. the price.