Another makeup product that it took me way too long to get to, is the OFRA long lasting liquid lipstick in the colour Mocha.

I have been wanting to try out OFRA for a while, but never really got to it, as I got distracted and honestly forgot where I put my “to try” box.

Today we are finally getting to it, and as always, you may also watch this review on my YouTube channel 😊

Their words:

Mocha is a mauve nude with a hint of red.

Everybody gets a lippie. This matte liquid lipstick is long-lasting colour that perfectly outlines and fills in lips, turning your pout into kissable velvet. Stunning pigments stay put all day with minimal transfer while maintaining a comfortable wear. Infused with vitamin A and antioxidants, lips look and feel healthy all day.

Try it out on top of our lipliner in shade Wine to make any of the mauve nude tones pop.

My thoughts:

I got a mini sample of this lipstick so long ago I don’t even remember why. I heard of OFRA long ago, and never really got what it was, but now I feel like OFRA specializes in lip products since they have so many different types, and it is possible to buy them in different sets.
Therefore (unfortunately), I got my hopes up for this, and is really looking forward to it.

Applying:

Super easy to put on and was soft and velvety when put on. Simply glided right on and was very pigmented.

They even had instructions on their web page which made it quite easy to put on (if one is not sure how to do it)

Feel:

As said before, it was very soft and velvety, and also pigmented. The colour itself was not as brown as I was afraid it would be, since it looked very brown-ish in the bottle.

The lipstick stayed on for long (I had it on for about 7-8 hours), but it was a bit faded by the end when I took it off. It did not however go off after eating.

I used it on a day were I had chapped lips though, and it seemed to amplify that dry feel instead of helping it (not that I thought it would as it is not a lip balm)

Packaging:

Since mine is a mini-sample, I don’t have the actually packaging to look at, but I guess it is pretty much the same, just bigger.
I like that it looks clean; there is not much on it, except the product name on the glass, the brand of the lid, and the colour of the product on the bottom.
Beside this, I like that the bottle itself is made of glass, and see-through, so I have an idea of the colour without having to look at the bottom.

Scent:

Perhaps some type of clay or play-dough. No matter which it is, it does give me a headache.

Labels:

Cruelty-free and vegan.

Ingredients:

Tocopherol: A form of vitamin E. Antioxidant.

Fragrance: Can be sensitizing. Can also be called Parfum. When using the term fragrance, it is unknown if there is one fragrance or 20.

Claims:

Long-lasting: Lasted fairly long (7-8 hours) but did fade away with time. No splotches or patches where there was nothing, just a gentle fade.

Pigmented: Very. But not in the exact colour that the bottle seems to be. I guess the colour also depends on skin tone, but I was a bit surprised nonetheless. I find the colour IRL prettier than in the bottle.

Stays put all day (no transfer): Stayed put even after eating, so this one is quite right.

Comfortable wear: Yeah, I guess. It was not uncomfortable at all.

Lips look and feel healthy: I’m not so sure about that. I mean, I guess my lips did not feel dry or anything if that is what they mean with “looking and feeling healthy”.

Price:

125 DKK – 17 EURO

Will I use it again:

I am not completely certain yet. Though it stayed on for long, and was nice to put on, I am hoping to distance myself a bit from fragrance in products (at least when they only mention fragrance, and not the specific type).

I will most definitely use it up, but I think I would rather try out others, than buy a new one of this type.

That is all for this review, if there is anything else you would like reviewed, tell me in the comment, and we might actually do it 😉

I hope you all have a happy life, one day at a time!

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