The Body Shop MATTE LIP LIQUID Swatches

Call them Lip cream or liquid lipstick, this ‘neither lipstick nor lip gloss’ product is the latest fad and people are going crazy over this new kind of lip color. And why shouldn't they be? Even I am a crazy lover of liquid lipsticks. The Body Shop recently came up with 12 sensational shades of flamboyance in the form of liquid lipsticks, or matte lip liquids as TBS named them.
My sis asked me to get a shade from the range, I was randomly swatching the shades and suddenly it dawned, “Why not do a swatch post on blog”?

So here I am with the swatches of these beauties...

First let us see what The Body Shop has to say about this range:-
Introducing this season's hottest lip-colour trend, Matte Lip Liquid. Specially formulated to glide on effortlessly like a gloss and set with the rich creamy colour and velvety touch of matte lipstick. Available in 12 shades, our new liquid lipstick is long-lasting, lightweight and lusciously soft. And like all our cruelty-free make-up, it's vegetarian too.
  • Long-lasting Matte Lip Liquid with a velvety finish.
  • Available in 12 intensely rich shades
  • 100% vegetarian
  • No gluten
  • No carmine
Shades Available: 12
  • Tokyo Lotus:- A pretty brightened fuchsia
  • Tahiti Hibiscus:- A beautiful red with evident hints of fuchsia.
  • Paris Peony: A beautiful rose pink
  • Windsor Rose: A brownish nude
  • Sydney Amaryllis: A gorgeous shade of red
  • Sicily Iris:- A beautiful darkened berry
  • Cali Gerbera:- A neonish kind of orange
  • Nairobi Camellia: A peachy pinkish nude
  • Crete Carnation: A nude color with hints of pink
  • Taipai Orchid: A pretty pink
  • Goa Magnolia:- A beautiful, wearable plumish pink
  • Mauritius Dahlia:- Another pretty reddish berry color.

Have you checked this range? Did you get any? Or planing to get one? Let us know :) 


  1. Wow these are some lovely shades :)
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