Melt Cosmetics Amor Eterno Glitter Lipstick is a medium-dark coral with moderate, warm undertones that leaned slightly pinker paired with iridescent pink and peach micro-glitter. The product felt textured as it applied, and it had a denser, slightly stiffer texture that resulted in light tugging during application–not as much as most of Melt’s lipsticks, though. It had semi-sheer color payoff (and it was intended to be a sheer product) that adhered unevenly and settled noticeably into my lip lines, which worsened over the three hours it lasted for. The formula felt neither drying nor hydrating.
Melt Cosmetics Inolvidable Glitter Lipstick is a bright, cotton candy pink base with cool, blue undertones paired with contrasting, gold micro-glitter throughout. It had a more textured feel as I applied the product across my lips, but there was a little bit of slip so it didn’t tug as much as the brand’s matte lipsticks typically do but were nowhere near as creamy as most formulas on the market. It had semi-opaque color coverage in a single layer, which applied fairly evenly with minimal settling into my lip lines. It was designed to be a sheer coverage product, though. This shade lasted well for four hours with slight settling over time.