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Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick Review & Swatches

(Last Updated On: July 12, 2018)

Hello lovelies! I am back with another lipstick review and today’s product is Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick. I love nude shades and natural makeup. So, I was looking for some affordable one and I found it online. I already have a huge lipstick collection but I can’t stop myself from buying more! This brand is a part of Revolution Beauty London. Read more:

Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick 115

Product Name: Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick in the shade 115 Mannequin.

Price & Quantity: Rs. 450 for 3.5 g but buy at a steal price of Rs. 131 at Amazon here.

Availability: Available online. Buy here.

Ingredients: Not written on pack but I found it on their official site: Paraffinum Liquidum,Tocopheryl Acetate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Ceresine, Microcrystalline Wax, Polybutene, Ethylhexyl Palmitate,Ozokerite, [+/-: CI 77891, CI 77491, CI 15985, CI 77492, CI 77499, CI 45410, CI 42090]

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Packaging & Appearance: The lipstick comes in a black tube that has the brand name, shade and bar-code on the cap. The body is glossy and it looks great. When you see the bottom of the lipstick, you can see the shade without opening the cap, yeah it is color-coded. The colored bottom is actually the secret chamber and it contains extra lipstick, bonus!!

Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick

Smell: It doesn’t have a noticeable scent.

Swatch: In the image below!

Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick Swatch

Shelf life: 12 months from the date of mfg.

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How to use: Just glide the lipstick bullet all over your lips, haha! Or check my detailed tutorial on how to apply lipstick perfectly here!

My Experience: I was looking online for nude shades lipstick under 500 rupees, and I got this one on Amazon, you won’t believe, for Rs. 87 only (it was on sale, actually). Anyways, talking about the lipstick, I just love its color, it looks really natural on my lips and it is vegan and cruelty-free, yay!

Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick Mannequin

I love lipsticks those are packed in black tube, I just love this color. The packaging looks really classy and it makes the lipstick look expensive. Another great thing about this product is that it has an extra chamber at the bottom that has the lip color.

So, this lipstick is a part of ‘The Bare Collection’ from Freedom Makeup but I didn’t bought the whole set as many girls said that the shades are quite similar. One thing that I hate the most about this lipstick is that it kind of chips awkwardly after application. I am going to share more details below:

Shade: There are 5 shades in ‘The Bare Collection’ and they are almost similar in color. I have shade 115 Mannequin.

Freedom Makeup London Pro Bare Lipstick Lip Swatches

Texture: The texture is super creamy, that means, no need to apply lip balm, it moisturizes your lips on its own.

Transfer Proof :No, it is not transfer-proof.

Pigmentation: The product is quite pigmented, but it more like a nude colored lip balm.

Staying Power: The staying power of this lipstick is same as any lip balm, as it transfers a lot, you need to re-apply it frequently.

Pros:

• Super affordable
• Nicely pigmented
• Good packaging
• Cruelty-free and vegan
• Creamy texture
• Extra lipstick inside bottom chamber

Cons:

• It chips after application
• Not transfer-proof
• Low staying power
• Available online only

Jhalli Diva Verdict: I will rate it 3/5.

Will I Repurchase?

Maybe I will or maybe not, I can’t really tell now, if I find a better lipstick under 500 rupees then I won’t buy it again.

Do I Recommend?

Yes, there is no harm in trying once because it is a great shade and is cruelty-free.

Overall Summary: I find this lipstick super affordable and I can say it is a nice product. The best part is that its vegan and cruelty-free, nicely pigmented, creamy and has a great packaging. Negatives about this includes the awkward chipping, low staying power and it is not transfer-proof .Overall, I would say you can buy it once and try because it is not that bad.

– Dipa Biswas

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