We’ve made it easy for you – every Lippie Stix has a matching Lippie Pencil that was designed to match its partner perfectly. However, we’re not trying to be a bossy pants and tell you creative lovelies what to do. So, if you want to create an Ombre lip look or something, have fun mixing and matching & do your thang!.
Based on 2 Reviews, 1 Quick Review
The Good: Creamy (1), Easy To Apply (1), Long-wearing (1), Great Value (1), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (1)
The Bad: Dry (1), Hard To Apply (1), Tugs/pulls (1), Uneven (1), Drying (1)
2 Written Reviews
By Lee 4 years ago.
I read all the bad reviews, but I ignored them because I loved the color. I'd read that it didn't apply well, so I made sure to apply primer first. I opened the lipstick, twisted it up just a little, and the tip broke off and fell in the sink when I tried to apply it. That has never happened to me before.I tried to save the lipstick. I couldn't get it to spread in my lips. Not even with a lipstick brush. It got all over the brush. It got all over my hands. I tried lining my lips. It got all over the liner pencil. The color I did manage to get on my lips didn't match the pictures on this website or the Colourpop site. I love most of their stuff, but DON'T buy this lippie.
By Kayle 4 years ago.
So I have this in its pencil form and it works so much nicer than the lipstick does. It glides on nicely and it's super pigmented. I don't have the lipstick but I'm fairly positive that the liner would significantly help its application. I, however, like to wear the liner by itself - it's pigmented enough to stand by itself and it lasts through a meal with minimal fading. Basically, if you're buying the lipstick, buy this liner. If you're not buying the lipstick, still buy this liner. YOU NEED IT.