Sin and 10 Berry Freeze are two of my favorite fall/winter lipsticks. At first, I thought that Sin was a burgundy color, but when you swatch it, it turns out to be a dark shade of red. I also thought that the 10 Berry Freeze lipstick looked a bit brownish, but yet again, on the lips it’s a soft berry/coral-like color.
That’s why it’s important to swatch, ladies.
Sin has a matte finish; therefore, it’s quite a long lasting lipstick. It can easily last up to 6 hours, which is amazing. Do consider applying lip primer or lip balm beforehand; your lips will be thankful since matte lipsticks are the most drying of all the standard formulas. A lot of people often buy a lip pencil especially for this lipstick, but I don’t think that’s necessary. When you apply it really carefully or with a lip brush the edges can look clean.
10 Berry Freeze has a creamy consistency, so it’s easier to apply. It’s a long lasting lipstick that hydrates your lips (that’s a big plus). Below you can see that it’s also a bit shiny, which I don’t mind. This lipstick is so light that you’d almost forget that you’re wearing it. I love it.
You can definitely wear these lipsticks during the day. However, tone down your eye make-up when wearing Sin, otherwise it may be a bit too much. Needless to say that when you apply more layers, Sin will turn out darker than in my lip swatch picture.
Sin: € 19,00
10 Berry Freeze: € 23,00