Sugar Cosmetics Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick 22 Mia Sangria Review
Skin type: dry and occasionally acne prone
Skin tone: fair with neutral undertones
I have bought a few shades from the newly launched Sugar Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick range. Today’s review is about ’22 Mia Sangria’. Read on to know the product details.
Price: Rs 499 for 4.5 ml
Spend a day in the sun with Mia Sangria on your lips! A gorgeous peppy shade that blends purple and pink with a hint of red to deliver a cocktail of awesome like nothing you’ve experienced before
If you’ve ever lusted for a “one-coat wonder” product for your lips, your search ends here. Get a full-blooded burst of pigment with just a single swipe of the SUGAR Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick that will stay the day and right up till the night! Wine, coffee & date-proof – this is a matte lipstick that is guaranteed to last longer than your longest day. Available in 36 stunning shades that will make it difficult to choose – the question is, are you ready to commit to a lipstick that is built to last?
My Experience with Sugar Cosmetics Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick 22 Mia Sangria:
The newly launched shades from this range deserve an appreciation and are worth giving a try. I feel that Sugar Cosmetics is doing really good and giving us more reasons to splurge on liquid lipsticks.
There is nothing new about the packaging. It is similar to the packaging of other liquid lipsticks from this range. This liquid lipstick comes in a quirky cardboard packaging having the signature sugar graphics design and prints on it. The graphical design looks very attractive and colourful and renders a good value packaging wise. The liquid lipstick comes housed inside this cardboard box. The shape of the tube is square and it will fit easily in your makeup box. The colour of the tube is transparent and you can see through the shade of the lipstick from outside which actually helps in the shade identification process quickly.
The tube of the lipstick has a regular screw-on black cap on it that closes properly in place. There are no chances of unwanted leakage of the product. The shade name is mentioned on the base of the tube and also on the outer cardboard box. The applicator of the lipstick comes attached with the black cap. The shape of the applicator is just perfect for liquid lipstick application. You will not face unwanted and uneven coverage with this type of wand. Overall, I find the packaging sturdy and quite attractive.
This shade is a beautiful mix of purple and pink with a hint of red undertones in it. This is basically a cool toned purplish pink and cooler undertones can rock it better. It will mostly suit people with fair to medium skin tones. This shade perfectly complements my skin tone and adds freshness to my face. It is perfectly wearable on a regular basis but it is not suitable for formal wear. You can also pair this shade with gorgeous smokey eyes for a perfect brunch date or evening looks.
Needless to say, the pigmentation of these liquid lipsticks is bomb. You get an opaque coverage in a single swipe. For pigmented lips, it will need a maximum of two swipes for the full colour payoff. I usually apply two coats of it and then I am ready to go. Between two successive coats, I use a blotting tissue to remove the excess amount. I am really happy with the intense pigmentation of these lipsticks.
Fragrance wise, it has a mild candy-like fragrance which is never too bothering. The fragrance lingers for sometime after which it gradually fades away.
Texture and Finish:
The texture is smooth, very creamy and the product when applied spreads evenly without any tugging or pulling. The finish has no hint of gloss or shimmers in it. It feels sticky initially, but once it settles to a dead matte finish, the sticky feeling is gone. The formula is light weight and it feels comfortable to wear. The more you apply, the more time it takes to dry up.
After you apply this lipstick, it takes about 20-30 seconds to dry down completely and then settles to a satin-matte finish. While applying coats, be quick because the colour gets settles really fast and can give a patchy look if you don’t pay proper attention. The formulation is buildable and adjusts well to layering. Initially, the formulation felt quite hydrating and moisturizing, but it felt drying on the lips after sometime. This was because my lips were not hydrated. It will highlight fine lines of your lips if you are prone to dryness.
One good point about this lip colour is that it is smudge proof and water-proof. Once it dries down completely, it is completely transfer proof as well. The application ensures a flawless and even finish with zero streakiness.
The product claims to contain Vitamin E, but it tends to make the lip stretchy after wearing it for some time. Exfoliation and prepping up your lips is mandatory, otherwise the dryness will surely ruin your day. It is advisable to moisturise your lips with a lip balm to keep them hydrated and healthy looking.
Another feather to its good performance is the insane staying power. From morning to night, it stays in place throughout if you do not consume any food or drinks. It does not crack or flake off. On my lips, it stayed for about 8-9 hours without budging. With normal meals, the colour intensity is not affected much. However, with oily foods, it gets chipped off from the centre of the lips. In that case, you would require reapplication. But the reapplication is not messy at all since the texture is so soft and creamy. If you have primed lips, the staying power will definitely be more.
Coming to the removal process, it is not possible to remove this lipstick with a normal water-based remover or wet wipe as the colour is highly pigment packed. You would surely need an oil-based makeup remover for complete removal of the lipstick. I also used some almond oil as I really had hard time removing it off.
Keeping both the pros and cons in mind, the pros have outweighed the cons. The ‘Sugar Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipsticks’ is a perfect range to splurge your money on. The colour ‘Mia Sangria’ is a gorgeous shade and I am totally impressed with its quality. You will love this shade.
Pros of Sugar Cosmetics Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick 22 Mia Sangria:
• Travel-friendly packaging
• Attractive Sugar graphics cardboard box
• This shade is a beautiful mix of purple and pink with a hint of red undertones
• Transparent tube that helps in seeing the colour of the lipstick
• Has a mild candy-like fragrance
• Transfer-proof, smudge-proof and water-proof
• Heavily pigmented
• Hides lip pigmentation
• Staying power is insane
• Survives normal meals
• Budget friendly
• Smooth and even application
• Ultra-matte finish
• Good for all skin tones
• Has a smooth and creamy texture
• Glides effortlessly
• Does not settle into fine lines of the lips
Cons of Sugar Cosmetics Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick 22 Mia Sangria:
• Feels very sticky until it dries out completely
• Dead matte finish
• Excess application causes patchiness
• Increases the dryness if lips are not moisturised beforehand
• Highlights fine lines if you are prone to dry lips
• Removal is really tough
• Cannot survive oily meals
IMBB Rating: 4.3/5
Would I Repurchase Sugar Cosmetics Smudge Me Not Liquid Lipstick 22 Mia Sangria?
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