Skinfood Seaweed Real Color Lip Pencils - #1 Deep Sea Red and #2 Deep Sea Misty Rose Swatches & Review

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Hey lovelies,

I have some really awesome lippies to share with you today! These two pretties are #1 Deep Sea Red and #2 Deep Sea Misty Rose from Skinfood's Seaweed Real Color Lip Pencil line.


These lipsticks come in pencil form with a pretty metallic cap that closes securely.



The lipstick itself is very fine tipped - not quite as thin as a lipliner, but a long way away from other pencil style lip products (such as Revlon Balm Stains, Etude House Pop Sticks etc). This allows a really precise application but does mean that application can take a little longer.


Pigmentation is absolutely fantastic, particularly Deep Sea Red. Look at that gorgeous cherry hue!


Deep Sea Red is a vivid cherry red. It's a few shades lighter than MAC Riri/Ruby Woo but it's definitely in the same vein.


A FOTD featuring Deep Sea Red - full details here.

Skinfood Seaweed Real Color Lip Pencils - #2 Deep Sea Misty Rose Swatches & Review

Deep Sea Misty Rose is a soft peachy nude with yellow leanings. The closest shade in my collection is MAC Please Me (and Jordana Matte Pink Passion, which is a dupe for Please Me) but Please Me is much pinker. Just sing out if you'd like a comparison :)


FOTD with Deep Sea Misty Rose - more details over here.


There are 6 shades in the Seaweed Real Lip Color line - #1 Deep Sea Red (Matte), #2 Deep Sea Misty Rose (Matte), #3 Deep Sea Beige (Glossy), #4 Deep Sea Orange (Matte), #5 Deep Sea Coral (Glossy) and #6 Deep Sea Peach (Glossy). After trying Deep Sea Red and Deep Sea Misty Rose I'm really tempted by Deep Sea Orange - these lipsticks have the most velvety, comfortable texture of all the mattes I own.

What I liked:
  • Fantastic pigmentation
  • Pretty packaging
  • Smooth application - Deep Sea Red in particular glided on like butter
  • No lipliner required! And no feathering in sight.
  • Great wear time - they didn't last through oily food, but did last 6 hours + easily through snacking and drinking without the need for touch ups.
What I didn't like:
  • Deep Sea Misty Rose was a little harder to apply evenly due to the size of the pencil
  • They don't twist up - they'll need to be sharpened, which inevitably leads to product wastage :(
Will you be trying the Seaweed Real Color Lip Pencils?

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Lani

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6 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, I love the Deep Sea Red! Do they feel drying? I think these are going to be on my next Roseroseshop purchase list! ^^

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    1. Nope, they don't feel drying at all! :)

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  2. They looks so good on you! Deep Sea Red is a must have omgosh!

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  3. hi, i've got one but it' can't twist up :( Can you show me how to get the lipstick inside ^^

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    1. They're not meant to twist up unfortunately :( You'll need to sharpen it with a cosmetic pencil sharpener.

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