|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
I haven't been wowed by Rimmel's other lipstick ranges, which in my experience tend to be sheer and shimmery. The Lasting Finish Kate Moss range are something else, however. I currently own three, two in the black tubes and one from the red tube matte range.
This is a beautiful colour, and I never thought I'd be able to wear a coral lipstick. It's a warm toned reddish coral, not 'pastel' or pink at all. I often wear this when I want the look of a red lipstick without the washing out effects reds normally give my skin tone. This looks just dramatic enough to carry a look, without looking too harsh for day time wear. This has opaque coverage and doesn't bleed on my lips (which a lot of lipsticks do). It wears well, doesn't require frequent reapplication and isn't drying at all. This looks and feels like a much pricier lipstick, and it doesn't have any of the 'flaws' a lot of cheaper lipsticks have (namely artificial, cloying fragrances and cheap flimsy packaging). This is one of the cheapest brands in Australia, and I would put this range of lipsticks on par with MAC lipsticks I have tried.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Beautiful product for asian skin with yellowish tones! The coral color makes the lips really pop and glow. With bright colors like this, it is imperative to use a lip liner (i use a nude one) I can see myself wearing this anywhere, to school or a party. It is very pigmented, and very creamy. The matte packaging also gives it a slightly more expensive feel (as opposed to the cheap shiny plastic packaging that Rimmel offers on their other lipsticks.)
Awesome and will buy again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This lipstick is what started my love affair with bright lippies, particularly, bright oranges and orange-reds. On the tube, it actually looks quite subdued, but on my lips, it's quite bold and juicy. It really brightens my face, that's what I love about it. I find oranges so much more interesting than pinks and this one is really a fantastic shade. The formula is very opaque, therefore drying, but goes on creamy. I don't need to use a lip liner, I just fix the borders with a lip brush. I love the smell of these lipsticks and I usually hate fragrances in lip products. If you're only getting one shade out of this collection, this is the one to get. These are limited edition by the way.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my first ever coral lippy. Im usually a red addict, but saw this colour on Lara Bingle and swore i must get it!
Anyway......LOVeeeeeeee this lippy.
Im very fair with brown eyes and honey blonde hair, and think this colour gives my skin the lift it needs.
My lips are generally always dry, so some maybelline babylips underneath helps counteract this.
I only gave the packaging 4 stars as mine wont wind up properly.....frustrating.
I have this lippy in a nude shade too which i love, and it winds up fine........trust me to pick dud.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Orange leaning red coral lipstick that looked unflattering against my very light peach pink skintone but looked stunning in the store. I can wear warm toned lipsticks, but not this one. Much more suited to a warmer complexion or a someone with red hair. The formula initially seemed creamy but didn't last long and ended up staining my lips pimento red and drying them terribly. DH said this color brought back (supressed) memories of the ladies in Florida from his childhood who played mah jong with his grandmother. Enough said. Returned to CVS this evening. On a positive note this is devoid of shimmer, which I really liked. My search continues.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I loved this color when I saw it in the store. Its a beautiful deep coral color, unfortunately it didnt suit my NC40 skin tone. Its worth a shot though since it only cost two dollars, and its bound to look great on an array of people. Just not for me unfortunately.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I must admit that I'm very impressed with this entire line of lipsticks from Rimmel. I got 3 of the colors but out of all of them my favorite is this beautiful orange-coral. It's moist, pigmented, the packaging is slick and you can either wear it very boldly or lighter on top of a chapstick or something like that. It's been in my purse non-stop since I got it a week ago and it just adds the perfect summer lip look to my face. I just love it, for $5, you can't beat it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
I absolutely adore this lipstick to death. It's very bright and summery, and a lovely shade of tangerine that suits my skin tone. The amount of compliments I receive when wearing this is insane.
It's long-wearing, which is perfect for me as I hate having to go touch up my makeup in the day. Though it does tend to leave a stain easily. (Do not kiss people on the cheek, they will hate you)!
I'd recommend this to anybody who'd like a pretty little cheer up, whether it's thunder-storming or the sun is shining.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy Eyes: Brown
I LOVE the color---a bright, pinky-orange coral at once bold and feminine. It looks just right with my face and coloring (I have naturally auburn-red hair, light skin and dark brown eyes). You can blot on a thinner layer, mix with a gloss, or apply lightly over a nude lippie for a more subtle look, but I like it full-strength! It's become *almost* my signature, rotated with Revlon's Fire and Ice.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I love, love, LOVE this color -- it's a bright red-orange, with a hint of neon pink underneath. It reminds me of the poppies in "The Wizard of Oz," except even brighter and more sunshine-y. On pale people like me, the neon may be a little strong for your liking, in which case I suggest you apply the lipstick with your index finger so that it goes on like more of a sheer stain. The color is pretty long-wearing either way, without having to use a lip pencil. Also, I usually don't pay much attention to packaging, but I like the tube this comes in. It's black with Kate Moss' signature on the side, so it stands out from the other lipsticks in my collection very well.
Unfortunately, although the pigmentation is just gorgeous, the lipstick smells . . . deeply weird. I can't even identify the scent; it's vaguely medicinal. I find myself wearing this lipstick less often than it "deserves," just because of the odd smell. Applying it as a stain does help negate this effect, as does adding gloss on top, but for a color this gorgeous, it's just a pity that these precautions are necessary. It had so much potential!