Evil Shades Deviant Lipstick Swatches

Some of you may remember when I first introduced Evil Shades to you with some amazing eyeshadow swatches and a GORGEOUS eyeshadow named after moi.  So I’m back with some lip swatches of their new line of lipsticks.  They are a very moisturizing and creamy formula that is packaged in a no fuss lip balm container.  Some of the shades are more pigmented than others and you’ll see some are more wearable.  I love Evil Shades for always pushing the limits with their color selection.

I tested Bane first because it looked like a color I would wear as an everyday color and I was right!!!  Bane is a gorgeous purplish, pink with blue undertones.  It is a very cool toned color.  It reminds me a lot of MAC Parfait Amour eyeshadow but in a lipstick form.  It is one of the more sheer lipsticks in this line but it is also buildable.  I actually like the sheerness of this color because it makes it more wearable in my opinion.

I am using MAC Zinc Zone greasepaint stick as a base in these pictures.  I blended it out past my crease and put Evil Shades Nymphette on the lid AKA this lazy girl’s smokey eye.

Diabolical is just an amazing, bold deep red with a nice metallic sheen to it.  It does have some slight shimmer to it.  I was amazed by the pigmentation of this lipstick being that I expected more of a tinted lip balm because of the packaging.  All of these lipsticks were sooooooo moisturizing!!!

I’ve had these “craving” for a blue lipstick lately, no clue why…  Fiendish is definitely BLUE!   This shade did take a little more work to get an even coat than the other 2 shades I tried before this.  Fiendish has pink shimmer in it.  They definitely had the Evil Shades slogan in mind when they created this unique color, “for those who like to color outside the lines”!!!

Primrose Path is a pink with coral undertones and silver and green shimmer.  I didn’t really notice too much shimmer…  None of these lipsticks were gritty at all.  This lipstick might be better for somebody who doesn’t have really pigmented lips like me.  It smelled delicious, actually they all did.  The smell does fade fairly quickly if you aren’t a fan of delicious =p.

Corruption is probably one of the harder shades to wear in this line.  It is a really deep purple with a pretty blue shimmer to it.  It is also less pigmented than some of the others.  This color intrigues me, I will have to play with this one a little more.

Oh Devilista…..  This color is nothing short of amazing.  It is blue based, red that reminds me of MAC Ruby Woo except it nourishes my lips instead of drying them out.  This is a creme which you know is my favorite!!  It is also slightly matte like Ruby Woo which I love!!  If you pick up one lipstick from this line, I would have to vote for Devilista (they are only $4 a piece by the way).  The pigmentation on this one is phenomenal as well.  This was the last one I swatched and I literally left it on because it felt so nice on my lips.  I can definitely say that this shade will stay on your lips for a good length of time.

I have some more eyeshadow swatches from Evil Shades coming up for you guys!  I haven’t been posting or recording videos lately because my “high speed internet” has slowed to dial up speeds and they have been “fixing” it for over a week.

PS.  Did you guys notice my hair faded?

 

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