I have been on a serious Zoeva kick recently and I am here to talk about one of their gorgeous lipsticks. It is the Zoeva Luxe Cream Lipstick in Cooling Passion. I hadn't realised how good the Zoeva makeup products were as I only really heard about the make up brushes but I am so happy I have got the chance to give a couple of the make up products a try.
The packaging is absolutely stunning yet so simple. The outside of the lipstick is a metallic grey/silver with Zoeva written in white. Once the cap is removed it reveals the lipstick bullet, which is housed in a matte grey tube with Color. Love. Makeup written down the side of it. I love the close of this lipstick, it is a magnet and I could honestly sit and open and close it all day because I find it really satisfying!
The colour is such a gorgeous blue toned bright red which is going to be perfect for any evenings out or the slowly appoarching holiday season. In the swatch it does look a lot brighter than it does on my lips but you really can see how vibrant it is - I love it! This lipstick is incredibly pigmented and creamy which makes it very easy to apply, although I would recommend using a lip liner in a similar shade to get a defined lip shape.
Once applied it is so long lasting which is going to be great, again, for evenings out or parties as you aren't going to need to touch it up every hour or so. Even when it does start to fade it does leave a slight red tint to the lips so it does look very natural while it fades and you aren't going to need to rush to reapply it. I would say when I have worn this, without eating or drinking, I can get 6-8 hours wear out of it which I think is amazing. Even without a lipliner I found that it didn't bleed outside of my lip line. I really love the finish of this lipstick, it has a gorgeous sheen to it and is slightly matte.
I cannot believe the Zoeva Luxe Cream Lipsticks are just £7.50 each - such a bargain! If this isn't a shade you would normally go for, there is another eight for you to pick from! I have my eyes on One Wish next, it looks like it would be a perfect shade for Autumn/Winter.
This post contains a press sample, all opinions are my own.