|Would buy this product again.||45%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Shade description: pale baby pink
Comments: I don't find this shade overly creamy like most others from this line. It's a pale pink that I find easy to wear so long as I have enough color on my cheeks.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I like this color - it's just fun. No, it's not natural at all. But I love that. When I have boring eye makeup, I go for a fun bright lip. If you've purchased and don't like the "fake" look, you could always apply this first with a finger lightly, then apply a more natural shade on top to brighten the color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
this is one of my favorite lipsticks! I was sad to see that it has so many bad reviews. this color only works on a handful of skin tones & colors. I have cool, fair skin which looks great with this lip color. as far as its opaqueness, I use a lip brush with almost all of my lipsticks that helps evenly apply and makes it way more smoothe than cakey.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Green
I love NYX becaus it's affordable and you get a lot of value for your money. I have quite a few of the Round Lipsticks and I purchased most for around $2.00. I'm very impressed by the array of colors that are available and these lipsticks are often "go tos" for me.
Most of the NYX lipsticks are fairly pigmented.
The lids can come off of these lipsticks rather easily and I've had several to easily crack. Additionally, I've had several lipsticks to break. They're still useable, but, they've broken.
As far as quality is concerned, I do think that you get a very pigmented color for your money and and the formula is quite moisturizing.
Strawberry Milk is a nice color. It's a very nude, pink. Looks great with a smokey eye. Rather stark on my lips without a lipgloss, so I usually use a pink or nude gloss.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I fell in love with the color, just by looking at the lipstick.
However, as I applied to my lips, I was horrified. It was opaque, cakey, and looks fake on my lips. Worst of all, my friends commented that I look pale and sick when I had the lipstick on.
I supposed this color is only suitable for those with fairer skin tones.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Green
In contrast to most other reviews, I absolutely love this lipstick, but this is only for a certain group of people.. And I will tell you exactly who this would look best on.
This strawberry milk (literally) color will only work on a select few, you must be fair and cool toned... So that limits this to NW20s and below. if you're any darker or warm/yellow toned, you will look like a stripper. It reminds me of that colored sunblock from the 90s that used to come in a Chapstick tube. I love this lipstick, if you're a fair, cool toned lady who likes pink lips, id definitely suggest this. If you're dark or warmer toned, stay away unless you work at the hustler club.
The consistency is good, the coloring is opaque, and it fades perfectly, no ring around the lips. This is one of 5 lipsticks I've ever used up and repurchased within 6 months, and I own about 60-70 lipsticks and lipglosses. the only other lip product I've ever gone through so quickly is Macs cremesheen fashion scoop... Yeah I love cool toned milky pinks!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Honestly- I don't know how anyone uses these NYX Round Lipsticks. I usually wear high end lipsticks, but I'm not a snob. I enjoy a few drugstore colors from Revlon, Maybelline, and L'Oreal. I also LOVE NYX'S BLACK LABEL LIPSTICKS!
Unfortunately, Strawberry Milk from the Round line is horrible. The consistency is like oil paint. These lipsticks go on so opaquely that they look fake and cakey. In my opinion, the more opaque any lipstick, the less natural it will look. Is it possible to have an opaque lipstick that looks good & natural? Yes, but the more opaque it is, the better the color has to be. I find the Round line- Strawberry Milk especially - are very "fake" and almost childish colors. I don't mean childish as in youthful, I mean it looks like little girl play makeup. The colors are like those you'd see in a Disney Princesses picture book. The consistency is gross. You put the lipstick on and it's greasy. You can feel the coating. It's impossible to stay in your lip line, bc the formula clumps and skips when you apply. It's almost too soft. You know how the paper looks when you color with a Crayola crayon? The colored area is waxy and uneven, not like the smooth, solid color you get from a marker. NYX Round lipsticks are like coloring your mouth with a greasy Crayola. That's the best description I can give.
The color of Strawberry Milk is very pretty in the tube. It just doesn't remotely resemble any color found in nature, and it's so opaque it looks very made-up. Some people like that look. I also think on dark skin, this might be ok. On someone with blond hair and fair skin that's relatively warm like mine, this color looks hideous. I couldn't wear it out of the house without being embarrassed. I'm still experimenting with glosses to see if it can be salvaged. A shimmery nude or gold gloss on top usually solves most bad lipstick purchases for me, but I'm still looking through my collection to find a partner that works with Strawberry Milk.
My advice: if you're over age 21 or lighter than about NC30 - do not buy this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Grey
I love NYX lipsticks. I have about 40. I love the way they feel, and glide on smooth. BUT this color (I hate to say) is not that great. I'm not a pale type person. It reminds me of model makeup. Makeup that only looks good to take photoshoots with, not wear out in public.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
It looks terrible on my lips...I won't buy it again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is the color pornstars go for their daily shoots. I have a love-hate relationship with this lipstick. When I first put it on directly from the tube, it looks nasty, I look like a seriously desperate whore or something. Then I let it sit for a little and the more I stare at my face, the more okay it looks. In sunlight, it washes me out. Indoors without a lot of bright light, it looks okay but it's just so straight up pink without any beige/brown tones so it creates an effect similar to a bright red -- kind of ridiculous looking, but still somewhat of a good kind of bold. It makes my teeth look yellower an my face look green somehow. I probably can't wear this unless I'm wearing only black liner + mascara + slightly filled in brows because if I wore this with eyeshadow on, I'd just stand out too much, like a hooker on the corner asking for clients.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
this color is amazing and perfect for girls with fair skine tone. it seems to be really nice creamy lipstick but it is not. for me is too creamy it's shows all imperfections on my lips. i gave 2 becouse of colour. and the scent... ouuu that's smells like a plastic....
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Just terrible :(
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have a lot of NYX's lipsticks, and I generally love them to bits, but Strawberry Milk is a dud. I give it two lippies because the colour is beautiful - the name is apt, it really is just like strawberry milk. The consistency is very creamy, but unfortunately a bit TOO creamy, and this is where this lipstick falls down.... Application is really difficult without a hell of a lot of blotting and hassle. The colour settled into my lip lines and just looked horrible. A good gloss can make it work, but only just. And don't even think about using this if your lips have the slightest imperfection or are a bit chapped, as Strawberry Milk will highlight every problem.
For the record, I am NOT picky with lipstick and can usually make most formulas work. I'm not a snob either, though I love MAC I also have a lot of cheaper brands like NYX and MUA. But Strawberry Milk is pretty bad, that's all there is to it. It may be cheap, but it's still a waste as I could've picked up one of the better shades to work with.
A great shame because it really is a beautiful colour!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
So I bought this lipstick because I absolutely adore this color. The color is the reason why it got higher than 1 lippy review. And because their cruelty free...
Here's the problem: the first time I used this, I just put it on real quick after I bought it to see what it looked like. The color sunk in to all the cracks on my lips, making it look super horrible, and it made a huge noticeable crease where my lips meet. My lips were a tiny bit chapped, so I thought maybe that was why.
However, the next time I used it, I was getting ready to go out, so my lips were nice and smooth after washing my face. I applied it, and it still looked horrible. It looked super cakey, and even though I put it on evenly, some areas were clumped with color while others didn't have enough...making it look extremely messy, and just really bad.
I wanted to love this product...I really did. I've tried it a few more times, but it just keeps doing the same thing. It just looks so thick and cakey when it's on...and this is definitely a color that you want to look natural. I really hope that I can find a very similar color in another brand. I have another color with NYX and it doesn't do the same thing...so maybe I just got a bad batch of it. Even though it's $1.99, I'm scared to try it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This lipstick goes on smoothly but it dried my lips out in a few hours. "Strawberry milk" looked like a light nude pink colour in the tube but on my lips, it looked atrocious. It made my olive toned skin look completely washed out.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Okay so this is a great colour, lovely texture too (prefere it over mac lipsticks), but the smell… oh good god don’t get me started.. it smells like old rusting car and chemicals. I’m not a drama queen when it comes to good smelling beauty products but GEEZ I almost gaged when I accidentally tasted it.
Worth $1.99 though I guess
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I DO understand all the negative reviews. Not because of the product itself but because people are so picky and annoying with lipstick. I adore this color and have never had a problem applying it. It looks amazing on my pale skin and it's so kpop-y. Yep it's great. Don't buy it if you only like boring makeup. Thats all
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have 17 NYX lipsticks in total now and this shade is by far the worst. I ADORE the majority of the shades that I have, many of which are nudes - and they all look great on my very pale skintone, but this shade of palest pink is honestly disgusting.
Even my benefit lip primer can't make it look smooth (it doesn't apply evenly) and I feel like a wannabe, ugly playboy bunny or something! It's really such a tacky, horrid shade of pink. I was shocked as every other NYX lipstick I have looks good on my skintone!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this pink. It's been sold out at Ulta for weeks, and I finally got my hands on it. It's great with smokey eyes! Pretty matte baby light pink. My lips are highly pigmented and so I always use a light application of LM secret camouflage concealer and liner as a base before applying Nyx lipsticks. This makes the color look true and stay on longer. I love that the lipstick is very moisturizing because my lips dry out easily here in the desert.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
i bought this lipstick a week back.I'm an indian with fair skin.always had a liking for nude shades of lipsticks,as they complement me too very well.but the undertone of these should not be mauve or pink.only lipsticks with peach undertones and real brown pale undertones worked too very well.people always complain that this shade is too very pale hence,it washes you out.but,what i found with this lipstick was that it has a mauve undertone and an invisible frost with minute shimmer.even if you mix it with any other lipcolour,you are not going to benefit and its an utter waste of money too.also bought hippie chic from nyx.what it found when i got these first nyx products was that these lipsticks do not coat your lips evenly.it is not dryness, as reviews say many a time.its a faulty texture that kind of sticks wherever it comes in contact with.the texture has high affinity for itself that it clumps badly like the worst mascara.
having used lipsticks from mac ,revlon and nyx;i've found that nyx is way costly compared to mac for the worst texture and the small thin lipstick with bad pigmenting quality.one mac lipstick equals three nyx lipsticks.they are using the consumer psychology to sell substandard product for very high prices,though it in farce, seems to be cheap on gross vision.and when it comes to mac-mac is wonderful when you are posing for a photograph;as the camera catches mac beautifully.its very highly pigmented,stays very very long and texture is too good.but,its very high performance makes the lips look too plastic to be beautiful.is it the lips that you want to flaunt or,the lipcolour that you want to flaunt.it gives, too made-up, a look.
But, the recent experience with nyx,made me think and analyse.always had a longing for mac; tried nyx ;beleiving that its a cheaper version of mac. nyx made me question mac,because there is not a minute that i wanted to spend analysing a totally worthless piece of stick(nyx).am, i going to crave and find new colours from mac.or am i going to eye the one product that was always there with me and which i have never given much respect,for?! revlon!!
have used revlon day in and day out for the past five years.and before that it was a cheap nude shade of lipstick from street wear (a brand of revlon)with a nude gloss over it.imagine me using a nude shade of lipstick in the year 2000,in india at a place when women wearing lipsticks were looked upon as brats;topped with gloss!! the search was always there but only lately did the government had freed the import of various international brands which are available on-line for the past one year i suppose.my great search caught me revlon's nude Velvet,five years back and i don't have words to speak about it.but,it was discontinued .then my staple lipstick became mauve it over.today i know the worth of this precious lipstick.respect what you have instead of eyeing things that are highly rated by others.be your own judge.the texture of revlon matte lipsticks are like a foundation soufflé. they coat ,they stay put,moisturize,don't make you look plastic and are probably created by a great genius with high aesthetics.you can remove them easily and apply them frequently in a jiffy.the wont leave a stain like mac.and the price is reasonable.the only issue is that not all shades are available in india.superlusturous lipsticks of revlon(nude velvet for example) are equally good.but,you need to select the shade and quality(frost and shimmer) as per your desire.the little shimmer found in my nude velvet never showed and the finish was unspeakable!!!