Hello everybody!

Another pic on the mini-Christmas tree! These lipsticks are cousins to the Wet N’ Wild Megalast lippies I adore, except these have a shine to them. Pigmentation wise I prefer the Megalasts as they have full in-your-face pigmentation with one swipe, whereas texture wise I prefer the Fergie Cream lipsticks because they slide on without trouble and provide some moisture. Here are the swatches for you guys!

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LEFT: one swipe – RIGHT: two swipes

Pretty, huh? Not sure where you’d wear a black lipstick to other than a Halloween party or Comic-Con adventure, but who cares when or where you wear it as long as you love it! Pagan Angel is a sheer black with one swipe but can be built up to a full on black. Same goes for Ferguson Crest Cabernet, more sheer with one swipe and easily buildable.

DUPE ALERT: Ferguson Crest Cabernet for Mac’s Rebel

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Staying Power: ♥♥♥
  • Consistency: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Pigmentation: ♥♥♥♥
  • Price: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Color Range: ♥♥♥

OVERALL: B-

It gets 3 hearts in the color range for including a black, other than that there are only a few nudes, pinks, and reds. The lasting time isn’t nearly as great as the Megalasts and at first the colors can be a bit patchy when applying. With that said, I love that there’s a drugstore black if you want to experiment with your look and Ferguson Crest Cabernet is a must have for any time of the year!

❤ Jacquie

Posted by:Jyn Arro

I am a visual artist, makeup enthusiast, and photographer. I have a constant need to create and express and beauty products, the camera, editing programs, and the canvas that is my face allow me to do that! I attend the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts for Media Arts and Practice.

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