I’m relatively new to Myface Cosmetics but after last weeks look at their lil’ bling range, I decided to give their lip products a trial too. All products shown are for ‘fair’ skintones which is a relatively easy way of discovering which are the right colours for you to use. Other colours come available in ‘medium’ or ‘medium/dark’, again offering flattering tones within those ranges.
Myface Cosmetics lipsticks come in at the sum of £9.99 a piece. I like the packaging (with clear lids so you can see the true lipstick colour) andthe lightweight satiny feeling of the fomulation. The colour is not opaque but is buildable and non-drying.
The lipglosses or ‘lip pops’ (priced £7.99) are in lightweight cheerful colours and offer a non-sticky finish to the lips. Shown below are Hollywood (left) and I Like Boys (right).
So far I have enjoyed using all the myface products and they are unique in the design and layout of products categorised by skintone, however I fail to see why I would choose myface cosmetics over other brands. The colour ranges don’t vary much from other brands but do cost more money and in my opinion, the products don’t offer a unique selling point – unfortunately they don’t even smell very nice which would have been a saving grace.
I’m not going to give up on myface cosmetics because there are other products in the range still to be trialled and the lil’ bling products are unique but the basic range hasn’t excited my imagination.
What are your thoughts on Myface Cosmetics vs. other high street brands?