|So Vivid, Always Elegant, Just Deluxe|
They're really rather good - the pigmentation is pretty opaque, with a couple of passes over the lips giving rich, saturated colour. The finish has a soft sheen, and isn't too glossy or too matte. The texture is soft, gliding onto the lips from the bullet, and feels comfortable and buttery on the lip. Lasting power is pretty damn good too - I get around four to five hours, and at the end the colour fades down to a stain effect. That's about half of what Max Factor claim this lipstick will do, wear wise, but given that this lipstick costs a mere £8.99, it's respectable enough.
The only criticism I have is that the plastic packaging is particularly cheap looking, which is a real shame. Still, if you can look past the packaging, you're looking for a reasonably priced, high performing lipstick, and your colour choices don't stray too far from the basics, Lipfinity Long Lasting Lipstick is well worth a look.
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