Matte Liquid Lipsticks: Chanel and Burberry

Matte liquid lipsticks are here to stay! More and more brands are releasing their versions with formulas becoming less drying and the shades becoming more sophisticated.

And here are two latest launches from such brands as Chanel and Burberry.


Speaking of Burberry, I think their new strategy is simply genius! As you know, it is a Fashion Weeks month, and besides the clothes (obviously) a lot of us are obsessing over the beauty looks at the Runway: hair, makeup and nails.  We often get a sneak preview of the products which will be available for the purchase only in months. But not anymore when it comes to Burberry! All the products Wendy Rowe and her team used on the girls are already available, both new shades and new products.

Such as Burberry Liquid Lip Velvet  in Fawn Rose available from Burberry’s website for $34

“Developed with a new, innovative formula, which combines rich pigment, smooth application and a whipped, creamy texture to create a bold, velvet finish that lasts for up to eight hours. Light-as-air  Liquid Lip Velvet keeps lips supple and moisturised,  coats lips with a shot of saturated colour in one glide.” There will be 14 shades in general.

And I am personally in love with this beautiful Runway Nails set ($66). All the products mentioned and many more are available from Burberry.


There is also another killer liquid matte lipstick – Chanel ROUGE ALLURE INK.

“A matte liquid lip colour. An intense and luminous ink. With its fine and dense pigments, it instantly and weightlessly fuses with the lips for a long-lasting result. A second-skin texture thanks to a fine, melt-away formula composed of a unique wax, jojoba oil  and active ingredients.


Shades: 140 Amourex,  142 Creatif, 144 Vivant,  146 Seduisant, 148 Libere, 150 Luxuriant, 150 Choquant and 154 Expetimente.

Just like in Le Rouge collection, the face of the line is Kristen Stewart, and I am loving the look on her!

Chanel is available from  NordstormBergdorf GoodmanNeiman Marcus, Selfridges, Harrods.

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