I really liked this lipstick!
It is cheap and affordable and the colour payoff is true to the tube
The packaging is not amazing but I like the shape of it.
It is a really nice baby pink colour, no sparkle or shine
I really liked this colour, it was the perfect Gyaru/doll pink lips < clashes with my warm undertone though...
It is a little drying but over a good lip balm it is really nice
Looks nice under a gloss or alone
I would reccomend this lipstick to people with light-medium skin tones
It is a strong baby pink colour which is quite opaque
It is a little cool-toned for my medium skin tone but with a light application it looks good.
Check it out, but definitely use a lip balm
(I use MAC petting pink tinted lip conditioner over this and it gives a nice sheen and helps to moisturize)
Wore this yesterday and my lips dried out terribly even with a lip balm on top...what to do???
It is too amazing of a colour for me to stop using but I think I might need vaseline or something EXTREMELY MOISTURIZING!
I'm glad I got this, because it's one of the best if not the best pale pink colors I've come across. Since pale lipcolors have been popping up for nearly every brand out there on the market, I've tried the drugstore spectrum, Sally Hansen, Revlon, Maybelline... Anyhow, I found that most of them weren't perfect. Either too purple toned, too bright, too sheer, or too pink. This color is perfect for my yellow-toned skin.
Granted, the texture isn't the best (slightly drying and may settle into fine lines if you put on too much) but for $3 (and possibly on sale sometimes), there's not really that much to complain about.
It's kind of like the Revlon Matte lipstick, except with cheaper packaging & potentially better colors. If you're not a sucker for packaging, then this could be it for you.
The texture of these lipsticks are definitely matte, and this one is really pigmented. It's a very pale milky strawberry milk color, which is not the most wearable color, but if I blend it really well over the lines of my lip and add a touch of gloss, it looks great. Definitely worth the price. Compared to Revlon matte lipstick in Pink Pout, Think Pink is less purpley, and a tad warmer. I actually really like this color, for that modern chic look.The texture is creamy, a tad thick, so it can skip a little on the lips, but I do love that these last really well on my lips.
Annoying gripe with the package is that the lipstick doesn't twist all the way down, so I have to cap it carefully to make sure I don't nick the lipstick.
This is my first baby pink type of lipstick and I love it! It's very light and the trick is to just dab it on and not smear it on your lips like we all usually do with lipstick. I think it looks great!
The only thing I hate is the packaging. My lipstick actually broke and kind of stuck on the cap..can't really explain it but I was able to fix it back.. so I hate the packaging!
But I would buy again. I wanna try more shades.
This is one of the worst products I've purchased ever. So I heard about it from a Youtuber and usually I'm a big fan of Wet 'n' Wild so I got it. It was drying, an ugly color and worst off the lipstick fell out of the packaging. The packaging was a complete joke. It was fine for the first week, then the lipstick decided to escape. So it fell on my bathroom floor and needless to say it didn't travel too far. It took a nice little trip from the floor to the trashcan. Don't waste your money and buy some other drugstore brand. Anything else but this.
I dont know why this product doesnt have better ratings. I purchased it at walgreens for around 3 dollars and after using it, i returned to buy more colors. I love it! Its so incredibly pigmented that i only have to swipe it across my lips once or twice before i get the color i want. the consistency is creamy and soft and it doesnt show all of the cracks and crevices in my lips. Its matte as well, no shimmer what so ever. Its a gorgeous light baby pink. The staying power is decent and i dont mind reapplying every hour or so. The packaging is cute, but not good for a lipstick.
Color: bubble gum pink
Pros: pigmented, creamy, long-lasting
Cons: drying, cheap packaging
Comments: This is drying, but I always top my lipsticks with a gloss...so that's not a problem for me. It's a very pigmented bubble gum pink - my kind of color. My only real problem with it is the packaging...the tube wiggles inside and doesn't always scroll up.
I bought two of these, not at the same time.
The first time the lippie was too drying and it came out of the lipstick tube.
The second time it was creamy and again..the lipstick came out of the tube. Though it was creamy, I felt like it did'nt apply well. I had to go over and over it.
It's a lovely color..just not for me.
I hate this, it feels like I'm putting an oil pastel on my lips. It clings to my lips and doesn't budge when I rub my lips together, and it doesn't even blend together when it's over lipbalm. Even putting lipgloss over this doesn't fix the fact that it has a terrible formula, and the color looks like I just applied concealer to my lips. Ugh, disgusting.
EDIT: Found a new way to use this! Rather than rub it all over my lips and having far too much product, I've found that dabbing it on lightly gives me just the right effect. I get a nice pink hue, but not BRIGHT BUBBLEGUM PINK and not an oil-pastel feeling. I have found that using this method of dabbing it on makes it a very wearable matte pink lipstick :D
Think Pink was one of the first Mega Last shades I bought. It's a light pink with full coverage, and matte of course. It can be pretty hard to wear. I apply a light layer and push my lips together to get it in an even coat. Applying more color only makes it too thick. Most women would be happier just using a gloss over this one. It's not easy to wear.