Dec 26, 2017

Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon - Swatches

Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon ($26)

Marc Jacobs Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayons are chubby lip pencils that deliver creamy, rich color similar to liquid lip colors - and just as long lasting too, with a promise of 16-hour long wear.  The Liquid Lip Crayons are available in 10 shades, ranging from softer neutrals to deeper plums, and even a shiny black color.  Scroll on for swatches.

Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon - Swatches - 310 Night Mauves - 320 Pink Straight - 300 Send Nudes - 370 Burn Notice - 340 How Rouge - 350 Fram-Bois
Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon - Swatches
310 Night Mauves - 320 Pink Straight - 300 Send Nudes - 370 Burn Notice - 340 How Rouge - 350 Fram-Bois
Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon - Swatches - 360 Plum N Get It - 380 Merlot Blow - 390 Blacquer
Marc Jacobs Beauty - Le Marc Liquid Lip Crayon - Swatches
360 Plum N Get It - 380 Merlot Blow - 390 Blacquer

Going by the name, I was expecting a liquid lipstick, similar to the Bobbi Brown Art Stick Liquid Lip, and I was quite curious as to how a liquid could possibly be a crayon!  These Liquid Lip Crayons definitely start off as solid, chubby crayons, but the formula is so creamy, it almost melts on to the skin/lips like a liquid lipstick.  The Marc Jacobs Liquid Lip Crayon formula feels fabulous - creamy, smooth, and quite pigmented, with a bit of a shine (thanks to something described as "ghost pearl" - their words, not mine).  There are some beautiful neutrals in every Marc Jacobs lip color range I have tried, and the Liquid Lip Crayons are no exception.  Send Nudes, Night Mauves, and Burn Notice are beautiful nude-neutral shades, and Pink Straight is a brighter, easy-to-wear pink.  I love moisturizing, creamy lip colors, so the Marc Jacobs Liquid Lip Crayons would be easy favorites for me.

Much as I loved the soft, creamy formula of the Marc Jacobs Liquid Lip Crayons, this also makes for a very soft product that seems very prone to accidental smashing/breakage.  Using a lip brush would probably help, but that does defeat the purpose of a lip crayon then, doesn't it?  If using directly on to the lips (or swatching like I did), use very light pressure to avoid breaking the crayon.

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