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Missha Lipstick Swatches, as promised ;)


Hi All,

I said on my previous, previous post that I would upload some swatches of the lipsticks I recently got from Missha. I tried them all on and tested each of them for a full day and added some short reviews to the lipsticks. I think the thing about missha lipsticks is, you have to have pretty nice lips to wear the lipstick. If you have dry, chapped lips like me you might want to smooth it out first.

Just to recap, these are the lipsticks (yay for spring pink!!!)



and these were the swatches on the skin. (MAC NC20)






Missha The Style Creamy Matte Lip Rouge PK02 - Dear Rose


My fav out of the four I got. Reason being is, it's the most opaque color with a very nice reddish tea rose color to it. It's not a tacky pink color, so even if you have super pale or super dark skin, I think it will fit very well with any skin tone. It looks sheer when swatched on the skin, but it does apply quite pigmented on the lips. It is a matte color, but like all the other colors in the line, it's not 100% matte - it still gives you minimal glossiness. I do have to admit, it is more on the drying side, and as warned, if you have dry lips like me, it could look like a disaster without prior lipblaming.

Color: 5/5
Pigmentation: 4/5
Lasting power: 2.5/5
Moisturizing power: 2/5
Price: 3/5 (12.99 USD)





Missha M Luminous Color Lip Rouge PK102


The M Luminous line lipsticks are definitely more pigmented than the matte lip rouge line products. It's also more creamy and thick. The swatch on the skin gives an illusion of a sheer lipstick, but when applied, it's nowhere near sheer. Compared to the other three lipsticks, the color is a tad bit darker (with a hint of gray as the undertone), but still in the rose pink category. It lacks the "artificial" or "plastic" coloring of the lovely angel and dear rose lipsticks. I think the lasting power of the M luminous line is better than the matte lip rouge line.

Color: 4/5
Pigmentation: 4.5/5
Lasting power: 3.5/5
Moisturizing power: 3/5
Price: 3/5 (14.99 USD)





Missha The Style Creamy Matte Lip Rouge PK01 - Lovely Angel


It looks similar to PK02 (dear rose), but when applied on the lips, it's a bit different. Lovely Angel is a brighter tone with a bit of coral in it, which makes it look lighter and brighter on the skin. Although the coral aspect is barely noticeable to the naked eye, I do think it somehow distinguishes itself from Dear Rose with that subtle coral tint. Like the other lipsticks in the line, it is quite drying, and lasting power isn't that great

Color: 4.5/5
Pigmentation: 3/5
Lasting power: 2.5/5
Moisturizing power: 2/5
Price: 3/5 (12.99 USD)



Missha M Luminous Color Lip Rouge BE203



BE203 is a beige/nude lipstick with a pink undertone to it. I guess the pinkness embedded in the color adds a bit of a natural look to the lips, but this color just doesn't fly with me. It seems to wash out my complexion, and makes me look like I just have colorless, dry lips. I think it will look better on those that have darker skin tones, but for my asian & pale skin, it just doesn't do. The texture is creamy and lasting power is longer compared to the matte lip rouge colors. (Sorry I don't have a face swatch. I accidentally deleted from my camera)


Color: 4/5
Pigmentation: 4.5/5
Lasting power: 3.5/5
Moisturizing power: 3/5
Price: 3/5 (14.99 USD)


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