NYX Liquid Suede Review

Not too long ago I purchased the NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick in the shade Tea & Cookies from Matas.

Tea & Cookies is a light pink shade with a matte finish and good pigment. This lipstick has a doe foot applicator, which I found a bit long and a little difficult to use. However, this lipstick applies evenly and I only need 1 coat. This lipstick does feel sticky on my lips even after waiting for it to dry, which I did not expect from a liquid lipstick. However, the stickiness does go away after a while, but this lipstick does not dry completely and therefore transfers when I eat or drink. Since this lipstick does not completely dry, it is not drying on my lips, but I would still recommend using a lip scrub and balm before applying this lipstick. This lipstick also claims to be waterproof, and I found that it is somewhat waterproof because the color will fade but it will not completely be removed by water. Since this lipstick is somewhat waterproof, it will stain the skin if you only use water to remove it, but it will not stain the lips. As far as staying power, this lipstick lasts most of the day at around 5 hours before fading. The Liquid Suede lipsticks are affordable and there are 24 shades available ranging from pinks, reds, and nudes to vibrant blues, purples and oranges. I would not purchase another shade of this lipstick, and instead I would go for another one of the NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams because I prefer the formula of those lip creams. Overall, the NYX Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick has good pigment and is somewhat waterproof, but the lipstick feels sticky on my lips and it is not transfer proof.

$7 at NYX

Rate: 6/10

14 thoughts on “NYX Liquid Suede Review

  1. I love NYX products… i love the colours of the Lingerie lipsticks but i find they don’t actually last that well on your lips. I might give the soft matte lip a go instead after reading this post X

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