Marc Jacobs Le Marc Liquid Lip Creme Review

Happy Sunday Beauties!

Today I’m reviewing the coveted Marc Jacobs Le Marc Liquid Lip Creme in the shade ‘Yours to Try’. I initially discovered this shade watching Youtuber Amy Macedo- she did a bronze goddess type of glam and was wearing this shade. It was so gorgeous on her that I knew it had to be mine!

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THE DEETS:

This product is available in 6 nude shades ( I love that they focused on nudes) and is formulated with collagen and Brazilian cupuacu butter for hydration. This promises an 8 hour wear without cracking or drying. I bought this at Sephora for $38CAD ($28US).

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THE PROS:

-The applicator is easy to use

-The product feels like nothing on the lips

-The package shows the true colour through the transparent circle

-Doesn’t dry out lips or crack

-Very pigmented

THE CONS:

-Very expensive

-Marc Jacobs cruelty-free policy is vague

-Doesn’t last 8 hours (more like 4-5)

-Looks weird when it fades

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THE VERDICT:

4/5

First off, I do think this is a lovely product but not necessarily worth all of the hype. When this faded on me, it always looked like I was only wearing a nude lip liner, rather than a natural, blotted type of fade. It’s a comfortable product on the lips and works well with lip toppers, but I found it a bit too warm toned on me. If you are fair skinned, I wouldn’t really recommend this as it will give you beige lips and isn’t the most flattering unless you are tanned. For summer, I will probably wear this all the time. For now, I don’t feel like the shade works for my rainy-Vancouver light skin- I got a lot of mixed reviews from friends.

Overall it is a nice product, but I think you can get similiar results from the NYX Liquid Lip Suede, and even the NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream. If you are a Marc Jacobs fan then go ahead and grab it, but it’s not a ride or die for me.

xo J

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