Nobody likes to put on a nice shade of lip color only for it to smudge and fade faster than you can say “long-lasting.”
Hence, when Maybelline New York launched Superstay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick, which promised to stay on lips for 16 hours, earlier this year, the 10-shade collection instantly became a cult favorite, flying off the shelves of beauty counters nationwide.
Its unmatched formula allows intense pigmentation with one easy and precise application lasting up to 16 hours. Beauty critics and junkies from all over the world attest to its long-lasting, water-proof, and non-drying matte finish.
Following the success of the initial collection, Maybelline goes further as it launches 10 highly-pigmented, ultra-wearable neutral nude shades that promise to flatter Filipina skin tones.
The latest lipstick collection, dubbed Superstay Un-Nude, contains the Maybelline-patented “Elastic Ink Technology.” Completely having zero clay in its formula, it delivers non-drying and ultra-comfortable long-lasting matte.
“We’re excited to finally bring in Maybelline New York’s Superstay Un-Nudes collection to the Philippines,” enthuses Bianca Sing, Maybelline Philippines’ product manager for Lips Category. “With nudes being a big trend locally, Filipinas would be just as excited as the Un-Nudes offer a wide selection of different and beautiful nude hues to choose from.”
In an attempt to break away from the usual shades of nude, colors range from beige to purple-gray. The collection consists of Driver (light beige), Poet (pink beige), Seductress (dusty rose beige), Amazonian (caramel brown), Fighter (dark brown), Ruler (pinot red), Protector (deep brown), Huntress (dusty gray), Visionary (purple gray), and Philosopher (dusty lavender).
This lipstick collection is now available at Maybelline counters nationwide for P299 each.
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