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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Lippie Love "Lolita" | Kat Von D's Everlasting Lip Liner

Hey Divas & Gents,

It has almost been a year since I've posted. As I always say, life happens! I will probably have to do an update video in a future post. One thing that has remained the same is that I'm still reviewing products and enjoying testing them. Lippies are still my favorite!

Wearing Kat Von D's Everlasting Lip Liner in "Lolita"

I am currently testing out the Kat Von D Everlasting Lip Liner in "Lolita". At first, I thought the color would not pair well with my skin tone but it might just be my new favorite nude! I lined my lips with a dark brown lip liner and then filled them in with the "Lolita" lip pencil and it turned into a beautiful nude lip. I love the smooth consistency and it just glides on with ease. It is very pigmented, matte, and has great staying power. I wore it for most of a whole night and it was still on my lips even after eating food and several bottles of water.

Everlasting Lip Liner Packaging

The packaging is very nice. It has a black top, and the bottom portion of the pencil is the same color as the shade of the liner. This makes it convenient when you have it stored in a container and need to get to the shade you need quickly. You don't have to worry about opening multiple caps to see what color is inside. I have always loved Kat Von D's packaging because it is so unique and hip. It's typically black with silver tattoo ink type writing and has unique art and designs. This one is no different keeping in line with her signature style and design.

I definitely recommend giving this product a try. Her eyeshadow palettes have always been a hit and it looks like I am now a fan of her lip products. You can find the Everlasting Lip Liner exclusively at Sephora.

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Have you tried the new Everlasting Lip Liner? Do you like it? Do you want to try it? 

Disclaimer: I received this complimentary product courtesy of Influester and Kat Von D Beauty. All opinions are true and my own.