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Erica Avatar

MAC, L’Oréal, Revlon and basically anyone. With the exception of one who shall not be named, I find most brands get lipstick right. I may not like matte lipstick for ex. but that’s a preference and not an indication the brand is good or not. Price and shade range is what attracts or deters me from a brand

Genevieve Avatar

The Maybelline ‘For Me’ series was pretty jolly good and I would like them to extend the range. Another good brand was ColourPop’s Lux lipstick range – which was low cost and excellent.
Bite Beauty – beloved by many, never really impressed me.
MAC has kept a lot of its good lipsticks and they are excellent too.

Nina Avatar

Revlon never disappoints me. At one point I had at least 9 NARS lipsticks, not anymore, they’ve added an ingredient that smells and tastes just plain odd. I like Lancôme. I was fond of the old Clinique lipsticks, now no, the same with Urban Decay, just disinterested in the new formulation. It’s why I buy Revlon, they are just always consistent and rarely discontinue shades.

Helene Avatar

Too many to list to be honest.
MAC will always to the list for me, they have made so many great lipsticks and they still make them. I also like Dior, Lancome, UD, Charlotte Tilbury, Estée Lauder, Maybelline, Revlon. I could go on and on.
Lipsticks are my number one love in makeup and I own so many, few brands have let me down, though I may not like some of the formulations. for example I don’t much care for matte lipsticks though some brands make ones I do like there’s nothing wrong with formulations that doesn’t work for me, it’s just what I’m comfortable with.
As MAC is in the top of my list, they also make a lipstick I avoid, and that’s iconic Ruby Woo. I love the colour, I love how it looks, but I hate the feeling of it on my lips after an hour or two.

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