Product review: Zaron lipsticks in ‘butterscotch’ & ‘barefaced’

I wouldn’t say I regret buying these lipsticks given the number of nude lipsticks I already have because there’s no use crying over spilt milk.

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Okay, so I got these for a simple reason – I was in search of a perfect nude lipstick not knowing that perfection is a thing of the mind. This time, it’s a dark lip liner. Before this eureka moment, I beat myself up on several occasions especially as I had the audacity to impulsively buy another nude lipstick from the same brand.

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What exactly makes these two pop? Butterscotch is matte while barefaced is a moisturizing lipstick and a lighter shade of Butterscotch which also isn’t overly matte like my previously-reviewed liquid lipstains but matte enough not to dry out your lips.

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They also come in really nice black branded tubs which allow for easy application. Of course, butterscotch lasts longer but barefaced makes for a perfect ombre lip.

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Overall, they’re decent lipsticks. Nothing overly fantastic. Just good enough to get you by. For obvious reasons, I prefer butterscotch because it’s closest to my skin tone.

Don’t forget the golden rule: Always pair it with a dark lip liner.

Rating: 4 stars 2

Price:
Butterscotch – N2,500
Barefaced – N1,450

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