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Jeffree Star Holiday Velour Liquid Collection 2017 Lipstick Swatches & Review

This year’s Jeffree Star Holiday Collection is dubbed the glitter collection complete with eight velour liquid lipsticks, two skin frost pro palettes, and three lip ammunitions. I ended up only getting the velour liquid lipsticks which came together in a buddle for $105. Each tube has an ombre of pink glitter to transparent so you can still see inside of the tube. Some of these shades I’m a little considered won’t look good on me while others I think will look amazing. But any that don’t work on my lips, I can always use on my eyes. So no matter what I know I’ll use it since thankfully Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipsticks are eye safe.

Some of these shades I feel like multiple companies came out with for this holiday season. I don’t have it as a comparison but First Class looks very similar to Sugarpill Liquid Poison in Glint, while Mermaid Blood looks similar to U3EA. The rest are different but those two shades look fairly similar though they were released around the same time so they probably didn’t copy each other. But if you have both collections, let me know how similar those shades look. I’m just really curious.

Also some of the shades were really patchy and I for sure wouldn’t use Santa Baby or Berries on Ice on the eyes or they might leave your skin pink/purple. As they dyed my lips. So be warned if attempting to use these around the eyes even though Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipsticks are “eye safe”.

Swatching Video

Shade Review

Mermaid Blood – Deep Teal

Berries on Ice – Deep Berry Magenta

Human Nature – Dark Mauve Nude

Poinsettia – Metallic red

Santa Baby – Wine red/berry

First Class – Metallic Gold

Medusa – Blue-Grey

Christmas Cookie – Soft Peachy Nude

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