Lipstick Queen Medieval is a permanent lipstick that retails for $24.00 and contains 0.12 oz.
During medieval times, when lipstick was considered a sin, women used the natural acidity of lemons to bring forth a natural blood-red stain on their lips. This flattering look has been recreated by Poppy in this best-selling tint. Medieval is purely Vitamin E and pigment, making it silky to wear and divinely transparent. And best of all it makes your skin look flawless.
RICINUS COMMUNIS (CASTOR) SEED OIL CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE VEGETABLE OIL EUPHORBIA CERIFERA (CANDELILLA) WAX BEESWAX (CERA ALBA) ETHYHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE OZOKERITE BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA BUTTER) TOCOPHERYL ACETATE HYROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL LIMANANTHES ALBA (MEADOWFOAM) SEED OIL MANGIFERA INDICA (MANGO) SEED BUTTER HYDROGENEATED OLIVE OIL BENZOPHONONE-3 ISOPROPYLPARABEN ISIBUTYLPARABEN BUTYLPARABEN IRON OXIDES 77491 IRON OXIDES 77492 IRON OXIDES 77499 RED 7 LAKE 15850 RED 33 LAKE 17200 YELLOW 5 LAKE 19140
1 Written Reviews
By Livia 2 years ago.
I am not into very sheer, glossy lipsticks. When Medieval arrived in the mail, I was very excited, but then it was not at all buildable and it certainly is not a stain. You can apply layer after layer and blot and start again, and the color will never get deeper. I was very unhappy that I paid so much money for a barely tinted gloss when I expected something so much better. It looks beautiful in the tube but almost nothing on the lips. I haven't bought another Lipstick Queen product for myself. So many of the LQ shades are the same: beautiful in the tube, but almost nothing on the lips. Seriously, I want at least some color for my money.That said, I have found a use for it. I keep it in my purse, and when one of my pigmented or liquid lipsticks needs maintenance, a dab of Medieval can help redistribute and moisturize the pigment on my lips without changing the color. I'll probably use it up this way or as a chapstick alternative. I like the metal packaging though.