Today we’re going to talk about Morphe Brushes brand of liquid lipstick in the shade Peanut. The retail price is $12.99 on Morphe Brushes. The shade itself is a very warm terra cotta color and when I originally saw it, it reminded me of the all of the warm neutral eyeshadow shades that have been super popular lately & I knew that i had to have it immediately. 

Now normally, oranges & reds are colors I wouldn’t normally gravitate towards because I’m always nervous that they would make my teeth look yellow or weird but this shade doesn’t not do that. It is a beautiful warm color that I believe will be flattering to multiple skin tones.

Formula-wise, it has a light weight almost moussey texture that applies smoothly & with full opacity in just one pass. I have a dark spot on my bottom lip that is totally covered with one layer. That being said, it does layer nicely, which means that it is a formula that you can touch up when it begins to wear away without having to remove the existing product. I haven’t experienced any flaking, crumbling, travelling & it wears off nicely. 

It has a sweet frosting type of scent that isn’t overwhelming & it doesn’t linger once the formula dries down seconds after application. The doe foot applicator isn’t anything spectacular but it is perfectly functional & never delivers too much product.

It’s not incredibly drying or crusty. It is also worth noting that I have been able to wear the Nivea Milk & Honey lip balm, the Too Faced Peach Lip Oil & the Sephora Brand Lip Oil over this liquid lipstick without it getting weird or gross.

Here is a swatch: 


Here is how it looks on:


I’m super impressed by both the color & the formula. To the point where I have been wearing this liquid lipstick almost daily since I got it. I am absolutely looking forward to trying other shades.

Have you tried any of the Morphe Brushes liquid lipsticks? Which shade(s)? Thoughts? Comment down below, I’d love to know!

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