This is the last part of Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipstick review. The first part was general review, pros & cons; second part was Nude, Pink and Purple. This part consists of Corals and Reds. Some of the colors look very similar on my skin. But I have added comparison photos at the end to give a clear idea.
The general review & application process can be found in the first part.
Keep on reading to know the details of each color.
Described as, “candy coral”. I have found it- light coral with a hint of pink
Described as “Bright sherbet orange”. I found it as a Warm pale orange. A perfect summer color.
Described as “Intense coral”. I have found it as a Deep coral leaning to red.
Described as “Blood orange”. It’s a Warm Orange red, leaning to orange.
Described as “Red orange”. It’s also a warm orange red like Persimmon.
Described as “Crimson”. It’s a Neutral red, which looks a little warm on my skin.
Described as “True red”. Looks like a Cool toned red on my skin.
Described as “Deep brown red”. I have found it kinda looks like a Dark brown.
Described as “Deep brick red”. Dark reddish-brown.
ABH Retro Coral– Pink coral
ABH Neon Coral– Orange coral
ABH Electric Coral– Dark pink coral
Lime Crime Suedeberry– Almost the same as ABH Electric Coral. Just a little bit more orange.
Spicy vs. Persimmon:
Looks almost the same on my skin. You decide the difference! 🙂
ABH Bloodline– Red, leaning to a little bit warm.
ABH American Doll– This red is almost the same as Bloodline, a little bit cool.
Lime Crime Red Velvet– More cool toned than ABH Bloodline and American Doll.
L’Oreal 310 Crimson– Warmer than the rest 3 and it’s satin matte.
Lime Crime Salem– Brown
ABH Vamp– Brown-red
Lime Crime Wicked– deep Red with a hint of brown
ABH Heathers– Deep brown with red.
So this ends the 3 part review of Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipsticks. I hope this detailed review of mine will helpful for you to pick your color 🙂
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