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7 Heaven Colors Lipstick Review in Shade No. 20

This is not the first time that I am reviewing a 7 Heaven product. Ironically, this lipstick was my first purchase from this brand but I never paid attention to it because I bought this color exclusively for my sister, who is into reds and magenta pinks. Since I bought two different lipsticks, she kept the other one and this one was made to sit in a corner in my cupboard. After my nice experience with 7 Heaven Photogenic Chubby Lip Crayon, I thought of taking it out at least to see its swatches.

So here I am with a review for 7 Heaven lipstick.
Let’s focus onto its packaging. This lipstick comes in sturdy black plastic while has slightly weird texture. It always makes me feel as if it was kept in dust. The cap has transparent colorless plastic on its top so that you can distinguish the color from other shades. Though the plastic is sturdy but the closing of this lipstick is troublesome. It does not shut tight enough, because of which my lipstick broke and has turned into a mess! I had just taken it out from my back, the lid was closed, and suddenly it slipped out of my hands. The lid came off somewhere in between my hand and floor; and it fell straight from its slanted edge.

Shade number 20 is a dark maroonish red which is perfect for complementing Indian skin tones. I have two red lipsticks, but honestly, this one is closest to blood red color. On initial stages it looks a bloody red, then after an hour it starts to lighten and turns into less intense red. The texture of this lipstick is not buttery smooth; yet, it does not tug at your lips. On application the lipstick’s texture feels slightly like that of a matte lipstick; but on lips it does look drying at all. I even happened to notice little crumbles when I was swatching it on my hand for clicking review pictures.

This lipstick retails at Rs 100 for net weight of 4 gram. There is no mentioning of either the M.R.P. or ingredients list. But, the packaging claims that it has vitamin E into it. If you are unable to find these in your local beauty stores, then you can get your hands on these in Sarojini Nagar market and Lajpat Nagar as well (there they might give you this for Rs 60).

I was so amazed by this color that I asked my closest friend to try it out and I clicked so many pictures of hers.  It looked incredible on her as well. Since she liked it so much, I am definitely gonna gift a brand new one to her. This was a first intense colored lipstick that I tried out; because I stay away from such bold colors. This lipstick can fare you 2 to 3 hours, if you don’t snack upon anything. It does transfer color, but it doesn’t bleed. It is very easy to wipe off. You have to be careful with it, if this travels along with you in your vanity

If you wanna see review of another shade, then click here.

RATING- 3.5 out of 5
Mine broke from edge; but I fixed it up. For such an inexpensive rate, it fares well.

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