Fenty Beauty Quartz Candy Slip Shine Sheer Shiny Lipstick has a clear base with iridescent sparkle and a bit of finer pearl paired with a shiny, glossy finish. It was marketed as clear, so the lack of coverage/pigmentation was as anticipated. There was a sheer to semi-sheer level of sparkle, and it was more sparkly than most shades in the range–that means the particles were larger but not to the point where it felt gritty on. I could feel the added sparkle in the tube as I applied it, though.
It felt lightweight, emollient without being overly slippery, and applied evenly while smoothing out some of my lip lines. It stayed on well for two and a half hours before most of the shine had dissipated. The formula felt hydrating while worn.
Fenty Beauty Suga Kiss Slip Shine Sheer Shiny Lipstick is a brighter, light-medium pink with subtle, cool undertones and iridescent pink and lavender pearl that gave it a luminous sheen. It had semi-sheer coverage that was buildable to medium coverage with a second layer.
The product could have applied more evenly, and it was one of the more unforgiving with respect to lip texture and imperfections so you’ll want to exfoliate prior to applying this shade. The texture was creamy, smooth, and melted slightly as I applied it, which gave it more of a balm-like feel but managed not to slide around while worn much. It wore well for three and a half hours and felt moisturizing over time.
Fenty Beauty Tang Thang Slip Shine Sheer Shiny Lipstick is a brighter, medium-dark orange-red with moderate, warm undertones and fine gold and red pearl that gave it a shiny, luminous finish. The consistency was lightweight, thin, and balm-like but not clingy nor too slippery, so it was comfortable to apply and to wear but had some staying power.
It had semi-sheer to medium coverage in a single layer that built to true medium to semi-opaque coverage with a second or third layer. The color applied evenly and smoothed out some of my lip lines. It lasted well for four hours and felt hydrating while worn.