More newness ahead from Max Factor with the Max Factor Lipfinity Long Lasting Lipstick that launches in August. The remit for these was to make longer lasting lipsticks that don’t leave your lips feeling parched or the colour uneven and patchy. As someone who really can’t wear lipstick for more than one day in a row (other than Clinique Colour Pops) without having to do some serious hydration repair work, I was very interested to do the test.
Max Factor Lipfinity Long Lasting Lipstick contain 60% conditioning ingredients; shea, squalane and acetylated lanolin. Personally, being a die hard Lanolips fan, I know that my lips don’t react to lanolin and I get positive benefits from it. The last on this product is excellent – really, really good – but the moisture ‘slip’ didn’t last as long as the colour did. Ideally, you need both to last as long as each other. However, if you don’t have particularly dry lips in the first place, I think the Max Factor Lipfinity Long Lasting Lipsticks are going to suit you very well in terms of pay off and longevity. *Good last was about 4 hours.
There are ten shades – swatched above are: Evermore Sublime, Ever Sumptuous, Just Alluring, Forever Striking and Eternally Luscious. They’ll be £8.99 when they hit stores.
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