MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Rouge Lipstick ‘M101’, ‘C211’ – Review, Swatches, and Look

I’m back with more Artist Rouge lipsticks from MAKE UP FOR EVER.

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick m101 c211 review swatches

I reviewed two colours a few weeks ago (HERE), and was very happy with the product as a whole, so I’m glad that I got my claws on two more colours.

The Artist Rouge lipsticks are a collection of highly pigmented lipsticks.  In fact, they’re said to have 25% more pigmentation than the MAKE UP FOR EVER Rouge Artist Intense line.

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick m101 c211 review swatches

‘M101’ is a caramel beige with a matte finish.

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick m101 review swatches

‘C211’ is a rosewood, nude pink with a cream finish.

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick c211 review swatches

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick m101 c211 review arm swatch

MAKE UP FOR EVER artist rouge lipstick m101 c211 review swatches

It comes as no surprise that I’m gaga for the Artist Rouge lipsticks.  In my previous review I discussed the wear time, application, and formula in detail, so I’m going to leave you with this – they’re great!  I did notice that these lipsticks have a perfume-y scent, so it would be up to the person wearing the lipstick to decide if it was a dealbreaker (usually scented lipstick doesn’t bug me, but if it’s too strong, it’s an issue).

The MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Rouge Lipsticks are $27.00 each, and can be found online and at Sephora.

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