|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Okay, lord help me. I love this color because my inner ratchet can rejoice in colors for summer while I still look classy. it looks very expensive (it is, nars pricing is ridic) and lives up to expectations. I wouldn't wear it to the club (too dark) nor work (too bright) but somehow I still love it. its good for everything else where you will be seen. I was afraid it would be too 90s power tie color but the brightness complements my tan skin so well I look much more well rested.
btw you need lip liner because you will quickly cross the line from class to trash without it. just take the time.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Oooooeeee! I love the bright pink fuschia shade of this lipstick. Very J. Crew spring 2011(?). It is an eye-popping hot pink with decent staying power..... Matte as hell, so it may dry those little smackers up. I have always loved NARS lipsticks for some reason, and i believe this one would be a great addition to your collection. I will definitely repurchase this shade!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I gave this a two just because the color isn't what I thought it would be. I'm sure it looks great on some but it's just not my color (which is why I would not repurchase). That said the quality is nice and the color goes on smoothly with a few swipes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I really like this lipstick from all points of view, in particular I love the color, which personally is my perfect fuchsia. It 'a very intense fuchsia, darker than a shocking pink. The finish is bright and smooth and durability is very good.
If you have fair skin have no fear!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Wow, what a beautiful lipstick. It is FUCHSIA. I am usually pretty conservative with lipstick- usually a nice berry or a rose. Maybe I'll whip out a retro red. But this lipstick caught my eye and I actually thought to myself "I'll try this on just to see how wacky this looks." But to my surprise it was incredibly flattering to my fair, cool skintone. It goes on very satiny, but doesn't feel dry. It's a very cool color, but my two bridesmaids- one very fair with slightly golden undertones, and another with a little more olive skin- both wore it, and it looked great on both of them as well! For people like myself who might be a little scared to wear a bright shade, try this. You might be surprised!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
An absolute staple. A bright colour that doesn't go on garish, and feels satiny rather than drying and matte or shiny and cheap. Really wearable.
Nars is my go to brand now for all things colorful...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Love love love this colour. This is one of the most versatile colours in my kit, and can be used for day or night. The staying power is great, and the packaging is absolutely stunning! I love how this shade is universally flattering, not only with skin tone, but with any type of outfit. It does slightly stain the lips after removal, although that doesn't particularly bother me all that much.
Worth it. The lipsticks in my opinion are one of NARS' best products.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
*gasp* i love the packaging of Nars lipsticks and the range of color included in the line. The color I own and tested for a while before I bought it is Funny Face- a blue based fuschia. It is such a lovely color, the feeling is more of a satin (yet it stays on more of a matte). The problem is that it is so much more expensive than MAC lipsticks and stays on for SO much less. After about 10 or 15 minutes, the lipstick is already gone and remains more of a pink stain. I hate having to reapply lipstick and with this, I reapply it about 10 times throughout ONE HOUR. It is a pain and for the price, do not think its worth it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
Funny Face is my one and only fuchsia lipstick and it's HG status for me. It's matte yet not drying and it's also very long lasting. This is stunningly beautiful on my deep, warm complexion (NARS Syracuse). It goes well with MUFE 16c lipliner, which is typically what I use it with. As a reference point, it's deeper and more violet/purple than NARS Schiap. It's also less matte and more moisturizing than Schiap. Both are favorites of mine and I highly recommend them.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I am NC 43-44/ BB Golden, I was looking for a fuchsia lipstick last summer and ended up getting MAC's Lckable which is okay but somewhat bright on me- I always feel I have to tone it down and mix with a darker lipstick, lipgloss or pencil to keep it from looking clownish on me. I decided to try Funny Face even though I am not a huge fan of Nars lipsticks- never moisturizing enough for me and I usually don't pay over $20 for a lipstick- this is $24. But I like the color a lot when I tried it on.
FF is a mixture of fuchsia with a bit of red, it is darker on me,very wearable for daytime whereas Lickable would be more a night or weekend look for me. I paired FF with MAC's Viva Glam VI lipgloss for a little moisture and a tiny bit of sparkle and it seems to complement my skin well.
For women who do not want to wear a lipstick that screams PINK, this is a more subtle way to get that look IMHO.
UPDATE: I recently found out that this lipstick has one of the higher lead contents of lipsticks tested by the FDA, so I have discontinued wearing this. MAC lipsticks seem to have lower lead content so I went back to Lickable or may also try MAC Impassioned. more of a watermelon pink, this Spring. There are no FDA limits on lead in lipsticks but I am making a personal choice to try to use brands that scored lower in lead content. If they can make lead free paints, why not lead free lipsticks? Makes no sense to me.
SECOND UPDATE: I recently read a column in Prevention magazine that suggests that so little lipstick is ingested when we eat, lick our lips or other activities, that any lead that may be ingested is infinitesimal. The article also cited Canadian regulations (in the US the FDA does not regulate lead in cosmetics) that suggest the brands tested by the FDA had far less lead than their health standards allow and found they posed no problem. The one caveat is that higher lead lipsticks should be kept away from kids who are inclined to play dress-up since the lead standards for them are different and lead has a more detrimental effect on them.
I am still going back to Lickable
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I love this lipstick! It's incredibly versatile - wear as a stain (lightly or more intensely) or apply straight from the tube for a wearable bold fuchsia lip. In warmer weather, I have noticed a tiny bit of migration in terms of feathering/bleeding, but a clear lip liner should do the trick. As a stain, it seems to stay put really well.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is a great wearable fuchsia. I tried this and Schiap the same day. Schiap is more matte and dramatic (great for a night out) whereas Funny Face is slightly dewier and elegant enough to wear to work. I also found Funny Face to be more comfortable on the lips. I ended up taking Schiap home with me because I was looking for more drama and I have a color similar to funny face in my lipstick collection already. However, when that's gone Funny Face will most certainly be mine.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I absolutely adore this color! It's such a nice vibrant berry with a little touch of pink when the light hits it in certain areas. It works well for my skin tone (NC35-40) and my moms, who is waaay lighter then me. It finishes to a matte and stays on pretty well. Endured drinking & eating. Most matte formulas really emphasize any flakes and dry patches, but this doesn't do that at all. Will repurchase when it runs out (& swallow the hefty price tag)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This product contains an awful high level of lead. It has ranked as one of the top 10 lipsticks to contain lead. Other lipsticks that contain lead (not as much as NARS Funny Face) include both aren't limited to MAC Show Orchid, Bombshell, Angel, Viva Glam I and II, and lots more. To see a complete list, go to:http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/beauty/top-lipstick-brands-carry-highest-lead-levels-20120215-1t4t4.html
Then click on the complete list at the bottom.
Beauty doesn't have to be deadly.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I'm an NW30, and I typically shy away from blue-based reds or pinks in favor of orange-reds, etc.. That said, Funny Face actually looks fantastic on my skin tone, so other NW30s out there, this might look good on you too! I know some reviews say that there's a hint of blue duochrome, but I don't see that on me at all. It's very much a true fuschia. It is more pink than purple, which is probably why it works better with my yellow undertones. This is a semi-matte, and while it isn't moisturizing, I don't feel like it robs my lips of moisture. I can barely feel it when it's on my lips, which is a huge plus in my book. Funny Face does stain your lips a bit, but it can be a good thing when your lipstick is wearing off. It lasts a good long while for me (at least 4 hours), and it doesn't make my lips peel at all! Definitely one of my favorite lipsticks.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
As others have stated this lipstick is a fushia with blue undertones. It's a matte finish, so it stays in place fore quite some time. I love the packaging ever since I accidentally forgot this lipstick in my car, cause it didn't melt in 105+ degree weather.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Olive, Cool Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love Nars packaging it's small cute and sexy.
Anywho on my medium fair neutral leaning on cool skin with yellow undertones this lipstick looks almost as good as my HG Ruby Woo. I'd describe this as the perfect fuchsia with blue undertones. Look like a deep magenta on me. It's lovely. I think it would suit dark skin tones even better even though it's a cool tone. But it also goes well with light skin tones.
It's a bit drying cuz it's semi matte. But a little lip balm under it will solve that problem. Pretty long lasting. As long as you don't eat anything greasy ur good.
Now I have to find a lipliner that goes with it.
I'd def repurchase
btw mine is the second pic up there. looks pretty true to color. Also this lipstick look exactly and in all aspects is exactly like MAC's Show Orchid
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this lipstick! It is bold yet so wearable and looks great on lots of skin tones! I'm super fair (nc10ish) and my best friend is about a nw25 and it looks great on us both. I dab it over chapstick for a pretty stained look and apply it with a lip brush/ straight from the tube for a fun bold lip!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Brown
Very pretty color i am nw45 mac, capp in revlon colorstay,80 mufe.this lipstick is very nice i like to pair it with mac current lip pencil and it is sooooooooo beautiful with a smokey eye. Luv it and the smell of the lipstick is very nice.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Black
The crazy thing about this lipstick is that though it's bold, it's somehow very wearable as well (for a large range of complexions too). The shade is a bright yet deep blue-based fuchsia that is similar to MAC's 'Girl About Town', but less to be less less pink. The finish is matte yet creamy. This is really one of the most beautiful fuchsia lipsticks that I have ever happened upon. After tiring of my usual red or pinkish brown lipsticks, I searched high and low for the perfect fuchsia, so I naturally couldn't pass this up when I noticed it in Sephora.
I used to be so biased towards MAC lipsticks, but there really are so many good lipsticks outside of the MAC world. Actually, quality-wise I find NARS lipsticks to be a bit better than MAC (though pricier). I love how smoothly NARS lipsticks glide onto the lips and they are HIGHLY pigmented. 'Funny Face' in particular leaves a gorgeous just-ate-a-popsicle stain on your lips even after the initial color fades away (which takes forever since NARS lipsticks are so long-wearing). NARS lipsticks are not moisturizing (but what lipstick really is? If you want moisture, go for a balm), but they are not drying either. Even after several hours of wear my lips remain comfortable and flake-free. I also love how these lipsticks really stay in place. Of course any lipstick will smudge and transfer a bit during eating and drinking, but it's minimal when compared to other lipsticks, and feathering is literally non existent.
The only downfall about NARS lipsticks is that for the price ($30 CAD!) you seem to get very little product when compared to other brands. I don't really mind though since I have to use so little for full color payoff, and since this is not an everyday lipstick for me, it will last years.
I love this shade and will definitely purchase again (along with other NARS lipsticks).