Review: NYC Smooch Proof Liquid Lip Stains

Hello my loves! Today I bring to you a review of the NYC Smooch Proof Liquid Lip Stains. I think these are new for Spring 2015, and there are 6 shades available at $2.99 each. I picked up the shades Unforgettable Fuschia and On Everybody’s Lips. Liquid lipsticks seem to be blowing up in the beauty world, so keep reading to see if this drugstore option is worth your time!

NYC Website:

Pucker up with this kiss ready lip stain. You’ll get weightless fresh color that’s never sticky or messy. Just a long lasting, creamy stain that stays in place so you can keep on smooching without the worry!

  • Easy application
  • Light weight
  • Non-sticky
  • Enhances color on lips
  • Does not fade
  • Stains lips
  • Intense color
  • Up to 4 hour wear

SwatchesMy Thoughts

Shades: Unforgettable Fuchsia is a lovely, bright fuchsia color while On Everybody’s Lips is a deep mauve color with a cool undertone.

Packaging: Packaging is pretty much like any other liquid lipstick, but one thing that sucks is that the shade names are not on the tube. They are on the plastic seal that you have to take off when you open it for the first time.

Texture: These have a thin, almost watery consistency.

Pigmentation: Unforgettable Fuchsia is very pigmented, while On Everybody’s Lips is more sheer.

Application: The applicator is a traditional doe foot applicator. Unforgettable Fuchsia is very pigmented and only take a couple layers to get it opaque. On Everybody’s Lips takes several layers to get it to its full intensity, and it starts to get very patchy as you apply more of it. It also dries weirdly around my lips and looks darker  You can see this in the lip swatch picture if you look on the left side of my bottom lip. Definitely not attractive!

Finish: These dry down to a matte finish after a minute or two and feel comfortable on my lips-they are neither moisturizing or drying.

Wear time: Unforgettable Fuchsia lasts around 4 hours on my lips and does leave behind a vivid stain. On Everybody’s Lips wears off pretty quickly (1-2 hours) and doesn’t leave behind much of a stain.

Does it live up to the claims? I feel like I agree with all of NYC’s claims about the shade Unforgettable Fuchsia but not for On Everybody’s Lips. On Everybody’s Lips is not as pigmented, does not leave much of a stain, and fades pretty quickly.

Would I recommend these? I think Unforgettable Fuchsia is great, and these are a steal at $2.99 each. On Everybody’s Lips was a dud for me and I wouldn’t recommend it, which is a shame because I love the shade. I just couldn’t figure out a way to make it work for me, it just had a different consistency compared to Unforgettable Fuchsia. I would be interested in trying some of the brighter shades in the hopes that they have the same pigmentation and staining power of Unforgettable Fuchsia. I would stay away from the lighter shades.

Final Thoughts

Pros: Only $2.99, Unforgettable Fuchsia was very pigmented and long-lasting

Cons: Only 6 shades, inconsistent formula between shades

So what do you think, will you be picking any of these up? Or if you have tried these already, what were your thoughts?

Thank you so much for reading!

❀ Sandy

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15 thoughts on “Review: NYC Smooch Proof Liquid Lip Stains

  1. I saw these yesterday at Walmart but decided not to try them because I was afraid they would be too drying on my lips. Great review and both shades look great on you.

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  2. I have On Everyone’s Lips as well, and it was also a dud for me and because it was the first one I tried I haven’t wanted to pick anymore up. However, that fuchsia one looks really nice on you and I may end up getting that one πŸ™‚ great review!

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