Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick Review

Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick

Liquid Lipsticks have been all the rave for some time now. I jumped on the bandwagon last year just to see what all the fuss was about. I’m not one to like anything other than a creamy lipstick on my lips because my lips are on the dry side. I also can’t imagine pressing my lips and feeling dryness – eww. There are many perks of liquid formulas so I decided to give them a try. I started with the Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick.

The pros of a liquid lipstick are that they are long-wearing, provide full coverage, and are budge proof.

The major con of a liquid lipstick is that they can be super dry. There are formulas out there though that are semi-matte, satin, silky, velvety, etc. and don’t leave your lips looking like your suffering from dehydration. Other cons of a liquid lipstick are that they can be messy, patchy, and flaky.

I decided to start with the Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick simply because I’m already a huge fan of her makeup products. Her products are 100% cruelty-free and are super pigmented. You can pretty much guarantee the color payoff is superb.

The shades I purchased are Bow N Arrow, Lovesick, and the highly sought after Lolita.

Bow N Arrow

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Kat Von D LovesickKat Von D LovesickKat Von D Lovesick


Kat Von D LolitaKat Von D LolitaKat Von D Lolita

Here are what I deem to be the Pros and Cons of this Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick.


  • Will not wear off! Well, at some point it obviously will but not for a VERY long time. You can basically eat, drink, and kiss until your heart desires and this lipstick will stay intact and flawless for hours. After an 8-hour work day with eating and drinking and NO touch-ups, most of the lipstick will still be there.
  • Does not transfer / budge-proof.
  • High pigment colors. All you need are one or two swipes of the lipstick.
  • Color variety (30 colors to choose from)
  • The formula starts off creamy which is great for gliding on the lips (like a gloss) then sets quickly to a matte finish.
  • Includes Vitamin E and Sunflower Seed Wax.
  • Cruelty-free
  • Price ($20 USD) for 22 fl. oz.


  • Dry, dry, dry!!!!  A bit too matte and dry for me unfortunately. Sometimes I go over the lipstick with a gloss because I can’t take the dryness.


I think this Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick is really great for those who love liquid lipsticks and don’t suffer from dry lips. Personally, I prefer a creamy formula in a traditional tube or a creamier liquid lipstick (yes they exist). But, if you like matte liquid lipsticks, I highly recommend this one for you!

Until next time,


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14 thoughts on “Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick Review

    1. They are definitely too dry. I have a few others that are not this drying and totally agree on the color options. I’ve heard great thing about the ABH and Dose of Colors ones. I want to try those.

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      1. honestly, try Beauty Bakerie. No joke. They wear longer and better than anything else I own. ABH vary per shade. Some I love, some I don’t. Dose of Colors I personally didn’t care for but people love. Ofra are less drying as they’re more mousse textured, but not as transfer proof. Beauty Bakerie don’t budge at all and they’re vegan.

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      2. Thanks so much for the recommendation! I just checked out beauty bakerie and ordered two of their liquid matte lipsticks. Noticed their metallic ones too, those will be next if I love the ones I ordered which I’m sure I will. I’m really digging this company’s theme too 🍦🍰. What a great find. Thank again Vanda! XOXO

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  1. these shades that you got are amazing. Finally this brand arrived in Italy and when i’ll go to Sephore store, i hope to swatch and buy some liquid lipstick because everyone that tested them, wrote good review about them


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