Sephora Lipstories Lipstick ($8.00 for 0.14 oz.) is supposed to be “lightweight” with “full-coverage color in one swipe.” The majority of shades were pigmented with semi-opaque to full color payoff in a single layer, as described. The more shimmery shades tended to be a bit sheerer overall, while the mattes and creams were usually closer to opaque in coverage. The textures were typically creamy, lightweight, and not too thin or too thick on the lips, so they were comfortable to apply and to wear. There were some shades where the color pulled into my deeper lip lines upon application, and it was more or less noticeable just depending on the color and finish of the particular. Some shades seemed hydrating and others were non-drying. They lasted anywhere from three to over six hours on me. There was a subtle, sweet, fruity scent (I couldn’t detect it on, just in the tube), and I haven’t noticed any taste after wearing them.
Based on 3 Reviews, 5 Quick Reviews
The Good: Smooth (4), Easy To Apply (4), Creamy (3), Great Value (2), Moisturizing (1), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Highly Pigmented (4), Non-sticky (3), Buildable (1)
The Bad: Tugs/pulls (1), Uneven (1)