Gorgeous and fun color. This color is extremely pigmented but can be sheered out with a balm underneath or with careful application. It does leaves a stain behind when it fades. I’d recommend anyone to try this type of shade out! It will make boring blah days into fun and bright!
I didn’t expect to like this lipstick so much when I decided to get it. It’s creamy and went on easily and evenly. I did put a lip balm (Maybelline Baby Lips peppermint) underneath, as I always do. However, the balm doesn’t sheer it out by much. I just really love how creamy and comfortable this wears. It’s probably my first favorite out of the Vivids line. I would purchase again!
For its price, this is an outstanding lipstick. It delivers bright, nearly opaque coverage in a single swipe. I wouldn’t necessarily compare its intensity to a lipstick like Morange, but it’s defiantly enough brightness, pigment and intensity for the average consumer.
For me personally, I wanted it to be a little more opaque. My lip color shows through a little, but I have really pigmented lips. I suggest putting some lip erase, concealer or foundation underneath.
Fuchsia Flash is best described as a less intense version of MAC Candy Yum Yum, so if you’re looking for a more wearable version of that, I’d recommend Fuchsia Flash. Still, this is an intense fuchsia lipstick that is incredibly opaque and buildable. For a light stain, I pat this gently on my lips, but one swipe delivers thick, fuchsia color. It’s a great buy (under $10.00), but doesn’t fit all skin types…such as mine, unfortunately.
Electric Orange is a budget-friendly version of many true-orange dupes in the higher end range (like MAC or Illamasqua). This is truly pigmented–one swipe delivers near opaque coverage. This isn’t a super bright orange, but it’s an intense orange, a bit on the warm side…so it doesn’t work well with my skin color. This is a lipstick you’ll either like or hate.