Max Factor Lip Tint Pen Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Description:Brand: Max Factor / Tint / Type: Lip Liner / Subcategory: Pen / Suitable for: Lip
Newest Review: ... packaging is quite a chunky black pen with the ends of it and the usual Max Factor cross in the shade of lip tint that you're ... more
Customer Max Factor Lip Tint Pen Reviews (13)
by - written on 22/02/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
PRICE: £5.99 Superdrug COLOURS: 10 shades to choose from, such as Pink Petal; Mystical Mauve; Passion Red and Latte. A Nice 'n Nude is also coming soon. WHAT IT DOES: Max Factor claims the pens deliver intense pigment with a lightweight feel. You get the colour of a traditional lippie but without any stickiness or opaqueness. Because the formula is water-based, it seeps into the upper layers of the lips. The theory is, it then stays put. PACKAGING: The pens themselves are satisfyingly chunky and very pretty. The bulk of the pen's body is black, with gold writing and the Max Factor X in the same colour as the lipstick. The cap is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
You may have all seen the advertisement on television for the max factor lasting lip tint pen. I have been hunting for a truly matte look lip colour that would not transfer for many years. I disdain lipsticks that transfer and the max factor lip tint pen promised not to do that. The max factor lip tint pen can be purchased for £7.99. The price fits nicely into the affordable band of non premium lip wear. There are currently 9 colours available which are a few more than when I purchased the lip pen last year. The colours available are pink petal, marshmallow, nice and nude, pink princess, latte, royal plum, mystical mauve, passion red and berry burst. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 126 readings)
The last time I was in Boots and looking at the make-up I noticed these lip tint pens, not only by MaxFactor but by other brands such as Maybelline and Rimmel too. I had never actually used or even seen one before but really liked the idea of them and so after comparing the different shades by the different brands, I bought myself one. I wear a lot of Maybelline products and don't actually own any MaxFactor products but I know it is a reliable and good brand, especially after reading so many reviews of their products on here. There are six shades to choose from: pink petal, marshmallow, royal plum, pink princess, berry burst and nice and nude. They are all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I don't wear lipstick as I find it just doesn't stay on no matter what brand/quality it is, so this lip tint pen seemed an attractive alternative. This range was introduced to me by a friend - she was wearing one of the shades, and the colour looked even and rich - very nice indeed. She allowed me to try it on myself and it was different from any other lipstick/lipgloss I'd tried before. I liked it enough to be convinced to buy this myself. These cost £7.99 in Boots which I think is reasonable enough for a product like this. The lip tints come in a mainly black tube with a plastic lid through which you can see the 'pen'. The pen just looks like a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/12 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Last year it was all about the eyes, whether they were dark smokey or bright and daring, however, this season it is the return of statement lips, whether they are shocking red or barbie pink and with this in mind I set off to Boots to buy some new lip colours. Whilst looking across the make up in Boots I came across the Max Factor Lip finity pens and remembered seeing them advertised and wanting to give them ago. There was only 4 or 5 shades to choose from, which is no way near as many shades as what other brands have to offer, nonetheless I decided to buy number 06 (a dull, yet bright red). The colours all seemed to be within pinks and reds and there was no coral/ ... Read the complete review
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