Top 5 Drugstore Berry Lipsticks



Hi guys!

Here are my five favourite dark lipsticks under £10. Darker berry shades are some of my favourites and this was so tricky to narrow down!


Barry M- 171: This is a very rich dark nude shade. It is very hydrating but since it is such a creamy texture it isn’t the most lasting of lipsticks. I don’t mind reapplying it though because it is such a lovely wearable dark shade. This is an ideal shade for anyone wanting to experiment with berry tones before jumping straight into my next favourite!

Rimmel Moisture Drench Lipstick- Dark Night Water-Loops!: This is such a gorgeous dark berry lipstick. It is creamy and hydrating, as well as being quite long-lasting throughout the day. This got a lot of use in the Autumn/Winter months. It’s just so beautiful.

Revlon Colorburst Lip Crayon- Crush: Like all the Revlon Colorburst crayons, Crush is very sheer and buildable. These do work as a lip balm too because they heal the lips. Crush is just that pretty pop of something there, and I love it.

Rimmel Kate Moss Lipstick- 09: This is very similar too Dark Night, but has a slight matte finish. It’s not a full-on matte like some of the newer Kate Moss range however. This is a slightly more wearable berry tone with a hint of pink. It’s a really flattering colour for everyday wear.

L’Oreal Infallible Lip Colour: Who’s The Boss: This is such an amazing range of lip products. These are quite long-lasting, being on a more glossy side. This is very sheer and creamy but not sticky,so it’s an ideal date-night lip product. I just think the colour is stunning.

So those are my top 5 darker drugstore lippies. What would make it onto your list?

Bye for now!




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