Max Factor Lipfinity Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Newest Review: ... then when it has set apply the moisturising top coat. ***The product*** According to the Max Factor website the lipfinity ... more
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Customer Max Factor Lipfinity Reviews (52)
by - written on 11/04/08 (Useful, 69 readings)
I have used Max Faxtor's Lip Finity for ages now and I absolutely love it! I have never been able to find a lipstick that stays on for more than 10 minutes but now Lip Finity does the trick! I have it in numerous shades, because I am a woman and that's what we like to do haha, we have needs! The coral one is amazing for the summer so try that one although I am not sure what number it is! I use a browny-nude one for the winter and a bright red for going out sometimes! They stay on all day and all night, in between drinks and food! It feels like you are putting paint on your lips and you have to make sure it is applied properly as it isn't easy to get off, hence why it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I think everybody has that one item of makeup that is 'theirs'. Their signature item, the lipstick/eyeliner/foundation, etc that they are loyal to, the "I'll never need to try another lipstick again" product, the one they rave about to their friends. This is mine. I had a £10 Boots voucher, and over the course of a few weeks, I went into Boots several times trying to decide what to buy with it. Each time, I'd test the Lipfinity and be really impressed with it, but at £10.50, it cost a lot more than I'd usually spend on lipstick and I'd be spending the whole voucher on it. After a while, I finally saw sense. I loved it, I wanted to have it, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/05, updated on 13/06/05 (Very useful, 1017 readings)
Forget Rimmel 1000 kisses – I hadn’t heard of Lipfinity from Max Factor then – priced at £9.99 from most supermarkets and pharmacies this product is a must have for any one in the public eye (oh that makes me sound famous!) or for anyone who wants a Catalina style pout (umm maybe that’ll put you off!!!). ~ ~ PRICE AND AVAILABILITY ~ ~ I have heard recently that many local independent pharmacies are reluctant to stock Max Factor products as the minimum order requirement is £2000 and with Rimmel being a cheaper though sometimes inferior product, they find it more profitable to opt for the cheaper option. For this reason I suspect that you may be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/03, updated on 11/07/03 (Very useful, 525 readings)
I seem to go through phases with make-up. In my late teens I wouldn?t be seen dead without half of the contents of the Boots make-up counter plastered over my face (I did have the excuse of being a New Romantic/goth). In my twenties, I decided I looked younger without make-up, so I completely stopped wearing it. However, when I hit my thirties, I started needing it! In order to stop my eyes looking like pee holes in the snow, I started wearing eye make-up, but this looked funny without any lipstick. So began the quest for a lipstick that lasted more than 3 minutes. I used to wear Rimmel lipstick, but this not only dried my lips out, but also didn?t last long. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/03, updated on 08/02/03 (Very useful, 783 readings)
I do try with make up you know. I regularly apply it on those mornings when I manage to drag myself out of bed more than twenty minutes before I have to leave the house. Okay, so that means maybe once a week, but it's all relative here, all relative. Unfortunately I'm one of those people who will apply make up and half an hour later the foundation has melted off my face, the lipstick has worn away leaving only a scrap of mascara left intact. Hardly makes for all day gorgeousness does it? This is mainly because I don't reapply, I cant be arsed with it, popping off to the toilet every hour to touch up. Waste of time and effort I say. So what I really ... Read the complete review
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