Chambor Extreme Wear Transferproof Liquid Lipstick 482 : Swatch, Review

 

Hi everyone! Liquid matte lipsticks are all the rage these days and if you’re looking for a throwback, 90s brown lip color, the Chambor Extreme Wear Transferproof Liquid Lipstick #482 is the ideal pick! The Chambor Liquid lipsticks are very creamy, highly pigmented and dry down to a matte finish. They are also extremely long wearing, wear fairly evenly though like all liquid matte lipsticks, can be a little drying over time.

Price : Rs 845 for 6 ml

 

Chambor Extreme Wear Transferproof Liquid Lipstick 482
Chambor Extreme Wear Transferproof Liquid Lipstick 482

 

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Chambor Orosa Lip Perfection Lipstick 501 Blazing Red, 583 Brune Jungle : Swatches, Review

 

About Chambor Orosa Lip Perfection Lipstick (Product Claims) : A Lipstick that rejuvenates, moisturizes and smoothens the lips.Its Triple Firming Action restores volume and firmness while keeping your lips super soft and nourished. Packed with antioxidants and vitamins, it visibly reduces lip creases with every application. No animal ingredient. Dermatologically tested.

Price : Rs 995 for 4.5 g

 

Chambor Orosa Lip Perfection Lipstick Review
Chambor Orosa Lip Perfection Lipstick Review

 

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Chambor Extreme Wear Liquid Transferproof Lipstick 402, 436 : Swatches, Review

 

Chambor Extreme Wear Liquid Transferproof Lipstick
Chambor Extreme Wear Liquid Transferproof Lipstick

 

 

Chambor Extreme Wear Liquid Transferproof Lipstick – Review

 

Price : Rs 845 for 6 ml

Chambor recently launched their new range of liquid matte lipsticks which had me very excited because its one of the few brands in India that has caught on with beauty trends in the International market. And true to their claim, these are long lasting, liquid matte lipsticks that pack a ton of pigment and wear all day long! They come in a sleek tube packaging and the flat, elongated applicator that is fairly easy to use. The texture and consistency is very creamy and feels a lot like the NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams. The color pay off is excellent and they give opaque, even color coverage to the lips. The lip color applies a little satiny fresh out of the tube but settles and dries down to a matte finish. While these are not 100% transfer proof (they do transfer a little to cups and glasses), they do last impressively long on the lips (6-8 hours). There is slight fading from the inner rims when you have anything oily or soupy but you can touch it up easily without the lipstick appearing cracked or patchy. These are scented and have a delicious minty chocolate scent which fades away right after application.

I’ve tested 2 shades – a nude mauve (402) and deep wine red (436) shade. These are fairly comfortable to wear and not excessively drying. I found shade #436 a looked a little better as compared to shade #402 on the lips. The lighter shade seemed to emphasise my lip lines a little, which a common problem with liquid matte lipsticks. These are not the easiest to remove so make sure you have some oil based removers handy for taking these off at the end of the day.

 

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Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation : Review

 

Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation
Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation

 

 

Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation – Review

 

Price : Rs 1495 for 25 ml 

Chambor launched a 4 piece capsule collection called Orosa a few months back and I just received the foundation, shadow stick and lipstick for review last week. The first product I dived into was the foundation which I had been very curious about. The packaging and look of the products is gorgeous and the rose gold metallic finish gives this collection a very luxurious, high end feel.

The foundation comes in a slim frosted glass bottle with a dropper mechanism. While this kind of packaging is being favoured by several high end brands for new age serum-like foundations, I found is to be slightly cumbersome as the dropper was very wobbly. Its quite possible that I had a defective piece. The foundation has a very thin, runny texture and it has a very smooth feel due to the high percentage of silicones in the formula. Its blends very easily into the skin on this account and settles down to a luminous matte finish and has a slightly powdery feel (doesn’t look powdery though) because of the presence of talc. Despite the matte finish, and the formula doesn’t catch on to any areas of dryness and gives a very natural, skin-like finish. I would still recommend prepping your skin well with moisturiser if you have dry skin because this is a matte foundation after all. The coverage is quite sheer – just enough to even things out a little but for areas of hyper pigmentation and spots etc, you would need to go in with a concealer. It is suitable for everyday wear and for people who prefer a light-medium coverage base.

 

 

Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation
Chambor Orosa Skin Fusion Foundation

 

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