Lipscape Climate Change Lipstick Collection: Wildfire & Unrest Swatches/Review


Press sample.

This inaugural collection is aimed at bringing awareness to this geographical phenomenon, especially as we’re beginning to recognize how it’s impacting our world. Each lipstick is named after an effect of climate change (you’ll learn more in the descriptions of each lipstick). Even more, each lipstick “changes”–shifting between certain colors in different lighting! To top it off, with lip-loving ingredients like, Mango Butter and Rosehip Oil, these highly-pigmented matte shades will color your lips without drawing all of the moisture out of them!

I’ve been wanting to go daring with lipsticks for awhile now. I’m even interested in trying some unusual colors! It’s fun, isn’t it?! I have two gorgeous colors from the Climate Change Collection: Wildfire (Red/Gold flashes) and Unrest (Purple/Red flashes). So beautiful. Let’s first talk about the adorable packaging – organza bag. Cute!



Let’s start with the Lip Conditioner – Bedrock. It had an interesting scent, but I do believe it’s actually scent-free. It felt amazing on my lips – immediately hydrating them. Not heavy at all like chapsticks.


And, next, let’s move onto the gorgeous Wildfire.

Described as: “Simply put, dryer climates + hotter summers = more intense wildfires in prone areas… It’s only suiting that a lipstick of the same name is a warm, vibrant red with flashes of gold!” And, by golly, it’s gorgeous! It was definitely a FUN red for me to wear!! As it is matte, I did find it a little difficult to get the color to deposit onto the lips, but if you apply it by layers, it is buildable. I did love the subtlety and it is perfect for those who are afraid of bright reds! And, the flashes of gold make it absolutely beautiful! Look at the swirls of gold in the bullet! SWOON!



Next, we have Unrest. This is a color not for the faint at heart because it is a royal purple with flashes of red. I do find this a color difficult to wear daily, but I believe it is fun for a night out or even to coordinate with clothes. I did find it difficult to get the color to deposit on the lips, as well, but it was much more pigmented and buildable. Absolutely a stunning purple for those who enjoy rocking purples!



And, here’s the two colors on my arm to give you a little look at how it looks on medium skintone:


What do you think of these colors?

Do you dare to make these part of your lipstick collection?

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Press sample. All opinions are honest and my own.


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