Powered by Blogger.

Review: // MUA Lipstick in Shade 15 Juicy

MUA Lipstick - £1.00
Last week I popped off into town on my own to go to Superdrug to buy the MUA Heaven and Earth Palette. Sadly I got all the way there to discover that they didn't sell them so ended up buying some mosquito repellent instead.

On my way out I walked past a pot of MUA lipsticks where a lovely peachy coral lippie caught my eye and I ended up buying it on a whim. I am really glad I did as I love it. I picked up the MUA Lipstick in Shade 15 Juicy. It is a lovely peachy coral which is very pretty on the lips and I think it would suit most people.

Juicy is incredibly pigmented. Paying £1 for a lipstick you wouldn't necessarily think that the product would be of a decent quality but this really is amazing quality. It is definitely worth more than a pound! It applies like a dream. Literally one swipe and you are good to go. The downfall to this product is that it does show up any dry areas on your lips so exfoliating beforehand would make for a better application. I found that this lasted around 4 hours before it started wearing off.

As this is a peachy coral lipstick, it made me think of the other peachy corals I have in my make-up bag and how they compared to each other. The answer? Not that much.
- ELF Matte Lip Color in Coral
- Barry M 147 Lip Paint (Review here)
- MUA Lipstick in Juicy
ELF, Barry M, MUA
As you can see from the photo above, compared to the other two swatches ELF's Matte Lip Color doesn't look as peachy as the MUA Lipstick, whereas Barry M's Lip Paint veers towards orange in comparison to the other two swatches.

Out of the three lipsticks above, I definitely prefer MUA's Lipstick as it is far more moisturising than ELF or Barry M's formulas as they can be very, very drying.


  1. I really want to get this shade now, it's so pretty! Just a little heads up, you probably already know this but the little coloured end of the MUA lipstick comes off and is a mini pot of it :D x


  2. Definitely getting this on my next shopping trip, it's supposedly a good dupe for MAC Cut A Caper as well.