Elle 18 Color Pops Matte Lip Color

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Elle 18 Color Pops Matte Lip Color is a range of satin matte lipsticks designed specifically for teenage girls. They have a soft, smooth and creamy texture. This edition uses a new formulation to deliver a high color payoff from a single stroke. It also keeps your lips moisturized. These bold and intensely colored lipsticks are available in 20 vibrant shades, ranging from light to dark. The lipstick comes in a black twistable tube with a cap.

Avg Rating : 4.2/5
95.6% Approved out of
122 Users

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  • 103compact and easy to carry
  • 99blends well
  • 97wide range of 20 shades
  • 93moisturizes lips
  • 85satin matte texture


  • 75not 100% transfer-proof
  • 3not matte
  • 2not long lasting
  • 1not waterproof
  • 1requires makeup cleanser to remove

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Elle 18 Color Pops Matte Lip Color Reviews

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The new matte lip color from Elle 18 is good. The colors are amazing and they have this soft, velvety feel when you first apply it. When it dries, it begins to act as a balm. The lips don’t become dry. All 20 shades are lively and wonderful. I especially love Rockstar Red, Grape Riot, and First Love. They just make my day. The drawback is that the color doesn’t last very long. If you eat and drink, it goes off and you need touch-ups. Another thing is that it’s not entirely matte. Sure, when it dries it looks matte but it has more of a satiny-velvety feel to it which really isn’t what matte is about.

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This lipstick is good, but not great. Yeah yeah, the colors are all vibrant and there’s a wide variety. But it’s not really a matte lipstick. I mean the texture itself is so far from what matte should be. This is creamy and it does have a glossy finish to it. Only when it dries does it look like matte but otherwise it’s a glossy lip balm. But I have to say the pigmentation is great. It looks great. But really if it’s called “matte”, shouldn’t it be matte?

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