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Now and then, we come across a product thats so darn cute, it makes us want to squeee (but since we're adults, we restrain ourselves). These chubby little lip pencils are one such discovery. These pencils deliver concentrated, high-sheen pigment in a wealth of bold shades—all while nourishing lips with healing oils and vitamin E. Can we convene a coloring session for grown-ups?
This liner is thick and does not last very long. Wasn't for me.1
This shade is sooo not me! I hate it and will never wear it. Tried it and I am disappointed in my box this month. This is going in the trash!1
LAQA & Co. Fat Lip Pencil in red is not my color, so I was unable to try it.1
I am more of a neutral girl, not really into bold colors or lip pencils at all for that matter. More of a chapstick and lip gloss fan. So this product just wasn't for me.1
The color I received was ridiculous. I don't know how long it would have lasted because I washed it off immediately.1
Well I was excited about this lip pencil at first sight. I love the packaging, it's cute and very functional. The texture is so smooth and it feels really great on. I prefer lip gloss and never wear lipstick so I think that probably played into my dislike for this product. The color was way too much for me, but it did look a little better when I rubbed some off and put a clear gloss on top.1
Bright fuchsia looks nice as a flower.... but for a lipstick it looked really tacky, at least on me.1
This lip pencil goes on easily and does not get clumpy, it's just not my color.1
I would have totally enjoyed this product if it were in a lighter color. I tend to go for nude and nude pink or peach. I am not a fan of red lip products.1
I found using the thick pencil to be like using a big crayon to apply color to lips. Personally, it wasn't for me as I prefer easier applications and a more neutral finish.1