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Amazon. You love it (it’s got everything you could possibly need), you hate it (bye $$$), but you probably actually love it (a life without Prime is unspeakable).
But if you use Amazon to buy literally everything else, might as well fill your cart with a few new ~poppin’~ lipsticks. Am I right, or am I right???
So we rounded up some of Amazon’s top-selling lipsticks (at the time from their hourly-updated best sellers list) to test out and determine whether they're legit or toss-in-the-trashcan-asap.
And the results were…mixed/interesting, to say the least. LET'S GET INTO IT!
First up was Lipstick Queen Frog Prince and, let’s be totally honest, no one was impressed (despite the charming fairy-tale reference).
The selfie expressions really say it all.
It looks edgy at first, but it's actually kind of deceiving and far more balm-like than lipstick-like. It's one of those pH-adjusting lippies where it turns into a natural pink that supposedly best suits you, but the ladies definitely weren't feeling them. If it had ~actually~ been a lipstick with GREEN pigment, that would've been a different (and way more exciting) story.