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This is a great medium beige-brown nude colour. It's more orange than pink, but more brown than orange. As my lips are naturally quite pink it's not quite a "my lips but better" colour but it's still a great shade. Out of the three different ones, it's probably the one I struggle to pair with eyeshadow the most, but on its own as a lipstick it's definitely worth purchasing if you like the colour. It is very smooth and creamy, can be a little bit messy to apply without a lipliner. It doesn't last long but that's to be expected for the formula; definitely need to reapply after eating. If you want it to look more matte than it is, just blot with some paper, it's gorgeous both ways!
The formula of this is very creamy and glides on so easily. Does not last that long but of course it is expected from a super creamy formula. The quality is amazing and you cannot beat that price. Recommend this colour especially for Fall/Winter. Overall this collaboration with Soph I think is a very big success and the product selection is perfect.
Syrup is a beigey-brown based nude shade, with a satin [nearly matte, with a slight bit of slip] finish. The shade was created as a everyday-type of nude for people that makes a great all-looks, all-seasons, all-skintones shade for everyone. I watch a few smaller beauty channels on YouTube, but I'd actually never heard of SophDoesNails before discovering the first Soph eyeshadow palette she released with the brand, so having a certain name on this collection doesn't sway my opinion of it one way or the other.
Yep; there are already a ton of nude shades out there already, but what you're paying for here is the formula - it is the perfect balance between being a slippy-and-weaker creme and a bit-too-dry matte finish. I think it applies easily in one swipe and sets very quickly, so you are getting the strong colour, [almost] traditional matte finish with good pigmentation & staying power, minus the tight & drying feeling you can get from a fully matte lipstick. As a partway-to-creme formula you get a more comfortable & slightly-moisturized feeling, minus most of the slip and weaker staying power. This'll usually wear for around 4 hours before I'll need to refresh it; TBH I have got lots of lipsticks that wear for longer, but not any from brands that cost less than some magazines, so this is a nice 'wouldn't be devastating to misplace as it's cheap to replace' keep-it-in-a-bag/car/work draw option.