Colourpop Metallics Liquid Lipstick Review & Kylie Metals Comparison

Colourpop Metallics Liquid Lipstick Review & Kylie Metals Comparison

Metallic Metallic on my lip who is the mirrortastic of them all, you are Colourpop, YOU!

Yet again, I fall into the need to buy every Colourpop’s new releases (which is almost every week). When there is a launch drought which is no longer than a week, I have the habit of just perusing theit online store..then buy… buy, buy, buy! 

Ok, this time I ordered Colourpop’s Ultra Metallic Liquid lipsticks ($6 – all 4 colors in Zebra, Man Eater, 3-Way, and Kween) out of curiosity to see how they compare to Kylie’s Metal Matte Liquid Lipsticks ($18 + $8.95 s&H in US) I am sincerely pleasantly surprised at how pigmented and metallic they are! IMO way better than Kylie’s and for such a good price. (See video at the bottom for lip swatches of all colors)

Colourpop Ultra Metallic Liquid Lipstick – 3 Way: My favorite of them all, it’s a pretty plum gold with pinkish undertones.

Colourpop Ultra Metallic Liquid Lipstick – Zebra: Coppery Plummish Brown on me, kinda like Zebra color lips, without the metallic lol

Colourpop Ultra Metallic Liquid Lipstick – Man Eater: Goldie bronze/Rose Gold. It’s like you ate a bunch of new pennies..not men.

Colourpop Ultra Metallic Liquid Lipstick – Kween: Reddish Gold. Said in a British accent: for the Queen of of Hearts.

  • Price $6   
  • Made in USA
  • Size: 2.85 g/0.10 oz
  • Long Lasting: Yes
  • Non-Drying: Feels comfy
  • Non-Peeling:  No peeling
  • Transfer-proof: no
  • Color Choices: only 4 colors at this time
  • Non-Staining: Stains a little bit, easy to remove
  • Scent: No Scent
  • Applicator: Short doefoot applicator, is a little hard to get the clean edges of the lip. Each bottle varied in quality of the doefoot, from fluffy, beaten up and almost lost underneath product.
  • Consistency: Pigmented. Chunky with almost like smashed lipstick textured. Had to swirl the tube to get product for 1 of the tubes
  • Website: www.colourpop.com
  • Physical Store: None
  • Ships From: Oxnard, CA USA
  • Packaging: Their usual liquid lipstick in white packaging but the ends are in light brown
  • Notes:
    I Love how pigmented these are, they are super comfortable that I forget I am wearing it. It works great as a matte liquid lipstick topper or as a lip highlighter. The colors are beautiful. I think I will need to get some backups in there next restock (#2 restock) They did say they were limited, yet already had a restock and planning on the 2nd restock.
  • Compared to Kylie’s metals’ Heir was my least favorite because it was streaky, sheer, and didn’t show up well. I think colourpop’s version is a better kylie formulation but not top notch. As for dupes I think Colourpop Zebra is a good dupe for Reign, and Man Eater is siblings to King K. (see picture below for comparison)

Colourpop wand vs Kylie wand
Colourpop wand vs Kylie wand

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2 thoughts on “Colourpop Metallics Liquid Lipstick Review & Kylie Metals Comparison

  1. Thank you! Their Ultra mattes quality and dryness vary between colors. My faves are Beeper, Rooch(some people get dry flakes tho) Tulle.. the brown mauves seem to be better for my lips. I always use lip balm and if my lips were dry and peely I would not recommend matte liquid lipsticks. The ultra satins liquid lipstick if blotted can be a good choice if comfort is your #1 concern, matte X lippie stix are also popular. I prefer the transproof matte color popping colors personally. Check out colourpopfun on IG she has lots of swatches and mini reviews 🙂 Hope you like them! oh and she has a link to save you $5 which is s&h costs

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