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Cover Girl Outlast Lipcolor Review

Cover Girl Outlast Lipcolor Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

You gotta love lip color. It's the simplest, coolest way to glam up your face. Problem is, it doesn't always last that long. Finally, Cover Girl has created a lip color that won't fade away!

You gotta love lip color. It's the simplest, coolest way to glam up your face. Problem is, it doesn't always last that long. You can apply it in the morning and it'll be gone by the time you get to school. There is no way your teach will let you go to the bathroom to re-apply - they just don't get it. So what's a girl to do?

Well, there are many "all-day" lip colors out there, and trying them out can be a scary experience. Sometimes they don't work and other times they work so well you need paint stripper to get the color off. Then there's the ones that feel like paint stripper on your lips. Finally, someone has invented one that lasts all day but comes off with a little make-up remover. Cover Girl Outlast All-Day Lip Color is the best of the bunch - hands down.

Don't be intimidated by its double bottle application - it is not at all hard to use. The all-day colorcoat, which goes on first, is a liquid you put on the a padded brush. It's kinda like fancy lip balm, but with lots of color. It comes out smooth, not blotchy, and dries pretty quick. Then you apply the moisturizing topcoat which comes in a funky container that looks like a pen. It's the smoothest, silkiest stuff I've ever used! And that's all you'll need all day. You can bring the topcoat and reapply to keep the silky feel, but the color stays put. It does fade a little throughout the day, but it's hardly noticeable.

I'd buy it for the topcoat alone, because of its amazing feel and shimmery look. But the color is definitely a bonus.

Rating: 4

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