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Fenty Beauty

Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick

0.06 fl. oz. for $ 18.00
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Fenty Beauty enters the world of traditional lipstick with its Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick, a great option if you're looking to make a matte lip statement without drying out your pout.

The brand's description of this lipstick as "ultra slim" is accurate: It comes in a smaller- and thinner-than-average tube in Fenty's signature rose gold coloring. The positive news it that a little goes a very long way. Just a couple of swipes of this fragrance-free lipstick results in bold, bright color. Woo hoo!

While the finish is truly matte (no hint of a shine here), it doesn't drag upon application, instead gliding smoothly across lips. While not hydrating per se, it isn't drying either, and feels lightweight throughout its wear time, which is about three or four hours, depending on whether you're eating or drinking.

Mattemoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick doesn't feather or bleed, and when it fades, it fades to an attractive stain.

Surveying the shade range, there's something for just about everyone, with true reds, neutral beiges, and even a navy blue and forest green color available for those who want an unconventional look. It all adds up to a must-try lipstick for fans of long-wearing, matte finish formulas that won't disappoint.

Pros:
  • Bold color from a couple of swipes.
  • Doesn't drag or tug upon application.
  • Lightweight formula doesn't dry out lips.
  • Won't feather or bleed.
  • Fragrance free.
Cons:
  • None.
Jar Packaging: No
Tested on animals: No
An ultra slim lipstick with a longwearing, petal-soft matte finish, created in a rainbow of 14 weightless, color-intense shades each designed to flatter all skin tones.
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Pop mogul Rihannas made her mark in the worlds of music, movies, and fashion, and now she expands her empire to include makeup with Fenty Beauty, under the umbrella of parent brand Kendo. Taken from the last name she doesnt use on stage, Fenty Beautys philosophy is Beauty for All, with an emphasis on diversity and inclusivity in its products. Among its most heralded offerings is its foundation, which comes in 40 shades with undertones appropriate for very fair to very deep skin tones, and its highlighters, which include a blindingly bright 24-karat gold shade.

Beyond all the press though, does Fenty Beauty deliver? For the most part, the answer is yes, and both the foundation and the highlighters are solid products worthy of their build-up, along with a nearly-universal lip gloss that works for a wide range of people. Most products are fragrance free or contain minimal fragrance, and come in thoughtful packaging thats convenient and, in some cases, modular (some complementary products are magnetized so that theyre easy to keep together as a set).

If youve been interested in seeing whether all the hype is worth it, we say that by and large it is. For more information on Fenty Beauty, visit https://www.fentybeauty.com/.

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