Max Factor Lipfinity Lipcolour 24hr I Review


Do these liquid lipsticks work? 

These were the first liquid lipsticks I bought from Max Factor Lipfinity Lipcolour 24 HR in shades Spicy, Spiritual and Iced. I was searching nearly everywhere to get some great liquid lipsticks that I didn't have to import from the US and didn't break the bank, I was aiming to go for some browny pink nudes.


Each set is £10.99. I bought mine from Boots a drugstore in the UK, they have an offer on at the moment - 3 for 2 and the cheapest item free and I also got £5 off voucher from Love2Shop so in total it came up to £16.98. And if you have a Boots loyalty card you can also collect points from this too! With over 20 shades to pick from you cannot go wrong for these prices.

You can definitely feel the product on your lips, to remove the colour you'll need to use an oil base remover to thoroughly remove it or it will start to transfer and stain objects. The formula is quite drying and doesn't really help my peeling lips.

Iced 160 


The liquid lipstick also comes with a moisturizer balm that you put on after the lip colour so that your lips are still soft and hydrated. It says on the packaging to reapply as necessary to keep the lips looking good.

Pictures on the left are the before and pictures on the right are the after with the exception of the last one below because I forgot to do an after! I didn't apply the moisture balm throughout the day nor reapplying the lipstick, therefore, causing the lip colour to fade.

Spiritual 180

The liquid lipsticks are good in my opinion but you need to keep re-applying it, as the more you eat, drink and touch your lips the faster it will fade and it does transfer into cups etc, even my toothbrush has stains, so beware!

You can't apply normal lip balm before or after application because it will cause it to rebel and become crumbly, you can only use the balm they give within the packet. Also, I wish it included a lip pencil because the colour doesn't keep within the lip line on its own.

Spicy 070


I have the Kat Von D Lolita II and that is the most perfect gorgeous liquid lipstick I have ever beheld and think it's worth investing in compared to the Max Factor. Ofc, considering price range and quality, you get what you paid for!

Opinion: They are good for the price as long as you follow the instructions to keep up the quality of the product. But, I don't think I would ever buy them again.

* BeFunky photo editing website used for swatches lip colour font. All images are my own. This is not a sponsored post and as always all opinions are my own.


  1. Such a great review, I love the shades you chose! They look so beautiful on you! :D xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara
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    1. Awe thank you so much! xx

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