These three sticks will have liquid fans licking their lips

Liquid lipsticks have quickly skyrocketed into popularity with celebrity influencers such as Kylie Jenner and Jeffree Star. With their long staying power, opaque color and multitude of finishes, liquid lipsticks have made their way into the hearts of makeup addicts everywhere. 

However, not all liquid lippies are gems. Some dry the life out of your lips; others crack and peels. In order to keep your makeup looking fresh, it’s best to know what’s in the good and what not to waste your time on.

For one reason or another, some names to avoid are Maybelline Superstay, Ulta Matte Lip Cream and the Urban Decay Vice Liquid Lipstick Comfort Matte. Instead, all of these are cruelty free and are what I and many beauty addicts consider the best of the best.

Jeffree Star Liquid Lipsticks $18

The formula is thin, but that’s no compromise to the color payoff. They feel weightless on the lips and don’t dry them out. With many unique colors from blue to yellow, Jeffree Star is a definite fan favorite. As an added bonus, all of Jeffree’s products are vegan as well as cruelty free.

Colourpop Satin Liquid Lipsticks $6

Colourpop carries a few different formulas and finishes for their liquid lippies, but the satin finish is the best of the bunch. It’s cost effective without compromising the quality of the product at $6 a piece. They are not completely transfer proof, but that works for the benefit of those with dry lips as they don’t suck out as much moisture. The color choices are extensive and they carry matching lip liners.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick $20

These dry down, and they set to deliver a rich, long-wearing matte look to the lips. They are very drying, however, so they don’t layer well. To touch up, it’s best to take off the lipstick completely in the area you need to reapply on.

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