Morphe’s Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold Mega Matte Lipstick Trio is a Disney and Morphe collaboration containing 3 matte lipsticks: Oh Boy (a bright red), Goodie Goodie (a bright pink), and Bow Babe (a brown neutral).
I picked this up at Ulta for only $20, which is not bad for three lipsticks. You can get these by clicking here to go to Ulta’s page.
Oh Boy is the perfect red shade in my opinion. It’s a bright red with blue undertones that gives you that perfect holiday red look. This will probably be my go-to this holiday season. It’s my favorite of the three in this trio.
Goodie Goodie is a bright blue toned pink that looks like something Minnie herself would wear. It reminds me of Minnie’s bright pink bow. This is probably my second favorite in the trio. To be honest, I’m not one for hot pink lips, so its something I probably won’t wear too often.
Bow Babe is a brown nude with yellow undertones. Being so fair skinned myself, I didn’t find this one to attractive on me because of the yellow undertones, its my least favorite in the trio. If you have a darker skin tone than mine, its going to look a lot better on you. Hello, olive skinned ladies! I bet this will look fantastic on you!
The packaging for these lipsticks are one of the cutest I’ve ever seen. They have an embossed Donald, Daisey, Mickey, and Minnie in the side of the lipsticks and the M for morphe at the top of the lipstick. I thought that was such a cute touch and kind of makes me want to never use these lipsticks.
I also love the bullet themselves. They look interesting with the slanted lid and bold pink shade. They really stand out in my collection and look pretty sleek.
These get 5 hearts from me and are probably something I’ll keep in my collection for a long time, just to come back and see how cute they are.
Woah, these things are pigmented! I didn’t have to try too hard for them to show up brightly on my lips. I find matte lipsticks to be the most pigmented of all the different finishes, so this wasn’t too surprising.
As you can see in the photos, these lipsticks show up very bright and pigmented. I gave these 5 hearts for pigmentation!
I found these pretty difficult to apply, which isn’t abnormal for a truly matte lipsticks. These tugged a lot on my lips while trying to apply them and the application itself was just uncomfortable.
I did not use a lip liner while applying them because I wanted to see how they performed without one and, as you can see in the photos, you really do need a lipliner to outline the shape of your lips, since these are such bold, bright colors.
Another interesting thing I noticed while applying these is on the first swipe, I didn’t always get a full application of color. It would tug at certain areas of my lips and those would get full color, while other parts would get no color.
I found this to just make application a bit more tedious, but because I was able to get a full color application with a bit of work, I gave this 3 hearts.
Note: I tried applying these with a chapstick underneath and that solved this issue completely.
These were surprisingly creamy for being a matte lipstick. I was impressed that they didn’t seem to suck all the moisture out of my lips. I could also rub my lips together during the day and feel a bit of creaminess from them.
This is my favorite texture for a matte lipstick because they don’t feel like you need to apply lip balm all day to be comfortable.
This formula is pretty thick and I did feel the lipstick on my lips throughout the day, but it wasn’t terribly uncomfortable.
The texture was above average for a matte lipstick, but not perfect, so it gets 4 hearts.
I’m one of these people that has to rub my lips together every 5 minutes whenever I have a thicker lipstick on, so I was doing that quite a bit while wearing them. That does decrease the weartime of your lip product.
I also wore these through eating and drinking coffee. These lasted beautifully throughout the day, even when eating and drinking and when they did wear off, it wasn’t patchy or unflattering. In fact, Oh Boy left a nice little stain on my lips after it finally did wear off.
These aren’t liquid lipsticks, so you can’t expect them to last all day long, but they did last about 4 hours on my lips before fading. That get’s a 4/5 stars from me!
Overall, I think if bolder lipsticks are your thing, you’re going to love these! I found them very comfortable, pigmented, and not too difficult to apply (especially with a chapstick underneath).
The packaging is phenomal and something that, as a Disney lover, I’m going to keep in my collection for years to come. (Ok, I won’t use them that long, but I will come back to look at how pretty they are).
These lipsticks are perfect for:
- Makeup Collectors
- Disney fans
- Anyone who loves rocking a bolder lip
I’d recommend these if you’re a Disney lover especially because I think Morphe did a great job with packaging this product to make it look like something Minnie herself would wear.
That’s it for my review of the Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold Mega Matte Lipstick Trio from Morphe/
Stay tuned for my upcoming review of the Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold Artistry Palette!
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