What it is:
A high-shine gloss as well as the long-wearing stain with the vivid color that’s non-sticky and non-drying.
What it does:
Ecstasy Lacquer has the luster of a lacquer, the color and coziness of a lipstick, and the hold of a stain. The inventive Armani Liquid features the supreme concentration of water soluble pigments, allowing for pure, bright color impact with the maximum long wear results. Its formula is supplemented with glycerin for comfortable application and long-lasting hydration. It can be applied in a solitary layer for a subtle touch of color, supplementary over any Armani lipstick as a top coat, or layered for a brave, statement lip. Available in 18 runway-inspired shades, it features two finishes: pure powerful shades and high-impact, lustrous, metallic shades.
Packaging: This lip product derives in a long glossy black tube with a small translucent part on the end through which you can see the shadow of the lip color. It has the autograph GA logo on the cap. The cap closes firmly. The applicator is a thin as well as long lip gloss wand which helps apply the lip product with exactness along the edges of the lips.
Texture: This lip lacquer applies with a consistency on the lips which helps it spread efficiently and evenly without streaking. Within minutes, it relaxes to a thicker gel-like consistency on the lips. This recaps me very much of the YSL glossy stains which have the same exact quality about them.
Feel on lips: As this lip lacquer relaxes to a gel finish, it forms a thick layer and embraces onto your lips. It does not drain and does not move around. There is a reasonable sticky feel when you purse your lips together but that is what aids make these lips gloss long wearing. It feels pretty contented on the lips. It is not drying nor is it excessively hydrating, but due to the glossy finish, it smooth’s over fine lines and dry patches deprived of accentuating them. After I take away it at the end of the day, my lips do sense a bit parched and in a desire of some lip balm therapy.
Pigmentation: This shade has most amazing pigmentation for a gloss. It goes on completely opaque in one swipe. The color is courageous and bam in your face. You don’t have to layer this color. Layering might really make this product feel goopy and bunch up.
Shade and Finish: The shade #504 Pink Out has not anything pink about it (don’t discern why it was named as such). It is a fantastic vampy deep purple-violet color with an entire lot of blue micro shimmers. The blue shimmer does provide it a unique blue hue as well as dimension. When you step out in direct light, your lips will vivacity. I feel that this shade, due to its vampy nature, is more suitable for fall-winter wear, but I mean if you want to rock this during summer time as well, by all means, go onward.