Atomic Makeup Cruelty-Free & Vegan Lipsticks Review

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Atomic Makeup is a cruelty-free and 100% vegan makeup brand. They’re well-known for their vegan lipsticks, I got to try a few their lovely shades.

Here’s my review of Atomic Makeup’s vegan silky-matte liquid lipstick in Chelsea, With Love, Debbie, and Lori.

Atomic Makeup Liquid Lipsticks Review

Chelsea ($13)  – a medium peach nude in a matte finish

With Love ($13) – a neutral pink in a matte finish

Debbie ($13) – a pink chestnut nude in a matte finish

Lori ($13) – a burnt orange-red in a matte finish

Atomic Makeup claims their silky-matte liquid lipsticks formula offers a full coverage color with a weightless matte finish, “our exclusive hydrating formula conditions lips and never crumbles.”

And I gotta admit, those claims really do hold up.

Why I love them? I wore the shade, With Love, to a wedding where I was a bridesmaids. I wore it all day (for 12 hours) and only had to reapply once!! It didn’t crumble and felt super comfortable on my lips throughout the day.

I like how theses liquid lipsticks don’t dry down too quickly, giving you plenty of time to carefully apply them.

In addition to their liquid lipsticks, I got to also try their vegan lip gloss in Beach & Cream ($13), which is described as a tangerine shimmery gloss. It’s a high gloss formula with a lip balm feel. Lips feel very soft and nourished.

What do they smell like? They smell GREAT! Like sweet candy!!

How much do they cost? $13 each

Where to buy Atomic Makeup? On Amazon and on their website.

My Overall Rating: 7/10

For the reasonable price of $13, I think these pigmented, long-wearing, liquid lipsticks and lip gloss is a fab cruelty-free and vegan option!


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1 Comment
  • Nahid Akhter
    December 30, 2018

    Thanks for publishing such an informative blog. I never felt dry lips whenever I put this lipstick also didn’t smudge for a long time. Thanks again for publishing.

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