Coming Soon: Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Matte Lipstick

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Despite having the longest name ever, here is the lowdown on Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Matte Lipstick (see what I mean, longest name EVER right?) I reviewed the original Melted formula in a post HERE so you can check that out if you fancy. If not, here's some more info on these upcoming beauties.

They'll be available in 16 different shades ranging from pale nudes, Kardashian browns and nudes, bright corals and hot pinks to deep plums and reds. 

"It’s infused with Vollulip for a no-sting plumping and smoothing effect and antioxidant-rich avocado oil and vitamin E to moisturize, while hyaluronic filling spheres smooth the look of lip lines. It comfortably coats lips with a wash of intense, high-impact, super-saturated color that lasts for hours."


The shades are as follows:



  • It’s Happening - Matte bright magenta
  • Bend and Snap! - Matte deep raspberry
  • Lady Balls - Matte true red
  • Drop Dead Red - Matte deep mulberry
  • Evil Twin - Matte deep black cherry
  • Unicorn - Matte bright orchid
  • Who’s Zoomin’ Who - Matte deep sapphire
  • Naughty by Nature - Matte deep chocolate


  • Miso Pretty - Matte soft ballet slipper pink
  • Child Star - Matte soft nude
  • Cool Girl - Matte true nude
  • Queen B - Matte soft mauve
  • Sell Out - Matte soft pinky-brown
  • Feelin’ Myself - Matte soft peachy-pink
  • Mrs. Roper - Matte bright tangerine
  • 1998 - Matte bright bubblegum pink

They're available to VIB Rouge members at Sephora NOW but most shades are sold out. They'll be on general sale on 5th April. In the US they are $21.00 and I'm guessing they'll be about the same price point as the other Melted lippies which are £16.00.

1998 and Bend and Snap are my personal favourites. Which shades pop your shutter?


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