So this lovely piece of makeup history, is the Lip Land Cosmetics collaboration with Samantha Ravndahl from Batalash Beauty. It's a satin nude lipstick called Creme Corsett. They recently done a collaboration with Amrezy as well which was 3 liquid lipsticks I think. I feel like this was affordable, it was $14.99 with free shipping AND it also ships the same day. So to me that's really good. I mean a MAC lipstick in the store is $16 so I feel like this is very reasonable. Especially since it's seriously so nice.
So this is what it looks like. It's very cute square packaging with a classic shape to the lipstick itself. This is a little bit bulkier than my other lipsticks but I don't mind that, it just stands out a little bit more. It's plastic matte black packaging and pretty light weight.
Here is the swatch by itself. Now, this is JUST MY OPINION, I feel like on my skin it has kind of a brown neutral undertone. I've seen other people where it looks more pink. On me it just happens to pull more brown. I really like that. I actually prefer that. That doesn't mean it's going to look the same on you. That being said it is a great nude shade. It seriously is almost the color of my bare lips.
So these are the only lipsticks I had that I felt were the most similar or that you might would want it swatched next to for comparison. I only swatched lipsticks not anything else because at the end of the day this is a lipstick and it performs as one, it's not going to be like liquid lipsticks or gloss.
I feel it's most similar to Urban Decay Naked lipstick but more pigmented. Naked is very pretty it's just a little more sheer. Buttercup from Gerard Cosmetics is more pink and more drying. It's also more matte where this is satin. MAC Creme D Nude is just here for comparison because it's such a cult favorite. As you can see it's much lighter in tone, it's more flesh nude. Creme Corsett is more of the "nude lip".
So many people think a nude lip means flesh toned lip. That's cool if that's what you like but also a nude lip can mean "your natural lip color but better", which is what I think this is.
So here it is on my lips. I have nothing on underneath. My liner is NYX Nude Pink lip liner. This is a different day from the one below. I wanted to show it just on the lips so you get the true tone of the color, without seeing an eye look with it and possibly get distracted. This is so creamy. It smells a lot like MAC lipsticks and to me its formula kinda acts like a thicker YSL formula. YSL seems a little thinner. For a lipstick it also lasts a pretty good while I wore it yesterday and today I used a lip primer which dried out my lips slightly but not terribly bad.
Here is today's look. My lips were kinda stained pink from a tinted oil I'd used so I put my foundation over my lips some to blur that out. Then I used Creme Corsett over top with no lip liner or anything. So this makes it much more nude this way.
So my final thought is that if all their lipsticks are as good as this collaboration then I need to invest in more. I'm very impressed and I really think this is a fantastic nude shade. This had sold out, I don't know if they're back in stock yet or not. They do have a coupon code which is "lip20" for 20% off MOST of their products, not all of them and I'm not sure if it works on this one. It does not work on the Amrezy collection I know that. So if you try this, I hope you like it as much as I do.
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