Fight Against Trump's Tyranny with Liquid Lipstick
Anyone that knows me well knows that I love a good liquid lipstick and that there's nothing that gets me going more than some pure advocacy and fighting for something. And when it comes to my unending personal vendetta against Trump? Don't even get me started. So when I was gifted this fine little bottle of lipstick for my birthday, I was more than happy and more than impressed.
With cute Andy Warhol-esque packaging and a surely agreeable message, Lipslut's F*ck Trump matte liquid lip is more than just a perfect addition to a lip collection. It's pretty, but with a cause.
Here's a rundown of what I think about the product.
First off, it's cruelty free and vegan, which makes it more admirable than a lot of products and big name brands out there.
In terms of quality? 8/10.
It feels a lot like a Colourpop liquid lip, with good consistency and pigmentation. The product seems to currently only come in one color, but the shade seems pretty universal. It's a darker reddish-pink and stays on for hours. I could potentially see the product having issues with drying out, but it's not something too serious. Basically, it's a solid makeup product. It also retails for $19.95, so it's not crazy expensive either.
But what makes it even more special (besides the rage it will add to my daily makeup routine) is what is stands for. Lipslut, the company behind this beauty, claims the following:
50% of all earnings from F*ck Trump go towards helping a civil rights organization targeted by the Trump administration. This organization is to be chosen by the people, as with every lipstick purchased comes an opportunity to vote.
50% towards charity, 100% against tyranny.
Finally, a lipstick as bold as you.
This is something I can definitely get behind.
Lipslut's website currently only holds two lip products - F*ck Hollywood being the other. The earnings from that product go towards groups that are working to help anti-sexual assault organizations. As the website says, we're tired of lip-service for social change.
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