Deborah Milano

Deborah Milano


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4.0
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74%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
74%
would repurchase

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Deborah Milano Fluid Velvet Matte Liquid Lipstick

PROS: • No transfer • Not crumbly • Not sticky • Layers well • Doesn't fade throughout the day CONS: • Feels somewhat drying on the lips • Uneven pigmentation, requires layering • Dries down to a darker shade than in the tube • Bleeds throughout the day • Synthetic scent Overall, 5/10. I have the shade 09 Purple Wine.

Deborah Milano Fluid Velvet Matte Liquid Lipstick
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7 months ago

PROS: • No transfer • Not crumbly • Not sticky • Layers well • Doesn't fade throughout the day CONS: • Feels somewhat drying on the lips • Uneven pigmentation, requires layering • Dries down to a darker shade than in the tube • Bleeds throughout the day • Synthetic scent Overall, 5/10. I have the shade 09 Purple Wine.


Red Atomic Lipstick #05
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8 months ago

I have this lipstick in 05 and 03, both gorgeous colors, but the 03 is more my cup of tea: a brownish, brick red sienna color. The lipstick is pigmented and matte, however I find the finish to be a bit too drying and uncomfortable, especially when compared with my gold standard for matte lipsticks which are K-beauty brands like Missha or Etude House. Missha in particular knocks matte lipsticks out of the ball park in terms of quality, price, wear time and comfort. These Deborah Milano lippies are nice, but frankly, they are not cheaper or better and do not offer anything more that would make me repurchase when I can have much better quality at a lower price from K-beauty brands. Love me an Italian brand, but this isn`t Pupa or Kikko, so it will be a no on repurchase for me.

Red Atomic Lipstick #05
3.0
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8 months ago

I have this lipstick in 05 and 03, both gorgeous colors, but the 03 is more my cup of tea: a brownish, brick red sienna color. The lipstick is pigmented and matte, however I find the finish to be a bit too drying and uncomfortable, especially when compared with my gold standard for matte lipsticks which are K-beauty brands like Missha or Etude House. Missha in particular knocks matte lipsticks out of the ball park in terms of quality, price, wear time and comfort. These Deborah Milano lippies are nice, but frankly, they are not cheaper or better and do not offer anything more that would make me repurchase when I can have much better quality at a lower price from K-beauty brands. Love me an Italian brand, but this isn`t Pupa or Kikko, so it will be a no on repurchase for me.

24ORE Brow Marker
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9 months ago

Don't buy this. It's a fine precision eyebrow marker with a forked felt tip for drawing on individual brow hairs. It swatched beautifully on the back of the hand, but as soon as I held it up to my brow the tip was dry and no color came out. I thought perhaps the ink was running down when I was holding it upwards, so I capped it and held it with the tip down for a while before trying again several times over, still nothing. The exact same thing happens with the same type of brow definer by L'Oreal, which you can see in the reviews for that one. These three pronged felt tips are great, but how hard can it be to keep them infused with ink? Five and something euro for this one was five and something too many since the product doesn't work at all. I'd pay quite a bit more for a good precision brow marker but apparently if I want to be able to draw on individual brow hairs, I'll have to start saving up for a NASA pen.

24ORE Brow Marker
1.0
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9 months ago

Don't buy this. It's a fine precision eyebrow marker with a forked felt tip for drawing on individual brow hairs. It swatched beautifully on the back of the hand, but as soon as I held it up to my brow the tip was dry and no color came out. I thought perhaps the ink was running down when I was holding it upwards, so I capped it and held it with the tip down for a while before trying again several times over, still nothing. The exact same thing happens with the same type of brow definer by L'Oreal, which you can see in the reviews for that one. These three pronged felt tips are great, but how hard can it be to keep them infused with ink? Five and something euro for this one was five and something too many since the product doesn't work at all. I'd pay quite a bit more for a good precision brow marker but apparently if I want to be able to draw on individual brow hairs, I'll have to start saving up for a NASA pen.

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