Make Up For Ever Candy Pink (200) is a slightly cool-toned, light-medium pink with a glossy finish. It is a permanent lipstick that retails for $24.00 and contains 0.23 oz.
Make Up For Ever Candy Pink (200) Artist Acrylip ($24.00 for 0.23 oz.) is a bright, cotton candy pink with cool, blue undertones and a cream finish. It had intense, opaque color coverage with little product.
It's a liquid lipstick formula that is supposed to have "buildable color intensity and shine" with a "non-sticky, non-drying" formula that includes a slanted, flocked applicator and a squeeze-tube format. I don't know that I would really describe it as buildable; I would say that you can apply the tiniest amount and get less coverage, though it would still be medium-to-semi-opaque and have less shine. For me, it seemed that more product yielded glossier coverage with slightly more pigmentation. The texture was smooth, lightweight, and spread easily across the lips. If I pressed my lips together, I could see faint "lines," particular with lighter shades like this one. It lasted for five and a half hours on me and was non-drying. It didn't seem to have any noticeable scent or taste.
The Artist Acrylip is a versatile lip formula inspired by the high pigment of acrylic paint. The stunning colors glide on with the ease of a gloss and the wear time of a lipstick. Ranging from a soft wash of color to an intensely layered look, the non-sticky, non-drying formula feels completely weightless for optimal comfort. The innovative cushion applicator delivers 10 captivating shades with precision.