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I’ve previously posted about the Furless Cosmetics nail polishes and many of the makeup brushes – which are my favourite makeup brushes of all time. Now they have branched out into lip glosses. There are 6 shades in the Furless Convertible lip gloss line, Imposter, Modify, Chameleon, Evolve, Warp and Mutate. I have created swatches of the shades Modify and Mutate and well as Imposter which is the collaboration shade with It’s Likely Makeup. All of the Furless convertibles are cruelty free and vegan.
I received these lip glosses as PR from the lovely Coralie at Furless, she has been a great support to me. I requested the pink and more wearable shades as I didn’t want the more creative shades to go to waste in my collection. I’m a natural makeup girl, so pink and nudes are generally what I reach for when it comes to lip shades.
The convertibles come in a squeeze tube with removable applicator stick that has the typical doe foot applicator. Modify is described as candy pink duo-chrome lip gloss. It has red and pink flecks which create a prominent shimmer on the lips. Mutate is a neutral nude duo-chrome lip gloss. It has prominent green and blue sparkles that can be layered over a base shade to change it. Imposter is the limited edition collaboration with itslikelymakeup. It is a hot coral with rose gold metallic pigments and iridescent pink shift. Imposter has the least glitter, but has the most visible duo-chrome effect. I did both arm and hand swatches to try and show you the colours. The lip gloss picks up on my arm hairs a lot but they are very smooth on the lips. I’ve attempted lip swatches but I am absolutely terrible at doing them. I’ll try to get some quick videos on my Instagram stories, but these swatches do show the real shades.
The Furless Convertible lip glosses are very shiny, so they make the lips look nice and plump. My favourite is Imposter as it has the least glitter and is a really flattering shade on my skin tone. I also really like Modify too. I wouldn’t personally wear Mutate by itself as it is mostly just glitter and I really need a base colour with my complexion. It is however a good shade to layer over a lip stick to change the base colour.
What do you think of these cruelty free and vegan lip glosses from Furless? If you’re more adventurous then I am, then you can try the other shades in the range, Chameleon (mauve-purple duo chrome with aqua sparkles), Warp (grungy green duo chrome with silver and turquoise glitter), or Evolve (icy blue-green duo chrome with blue and green flecks). I also highly recommended the Furless makeup brushes. I love my Purple Power Makeup Brush Set for travel and Couture Base brushes for foundation and concealer. If you have tried any of the Furless Convertibles, let me know what you think below. I’m excited to see what Furless come out with next. If you ever do shop on the Furless website, I would really appreciate it if you used my affiliate link, as it helps to keep this blog going.
This month is Tick-borne Illness Awareness Month, so I will have a post about that coming up soon, but I also have lots of cruelty free product reviews coming as well. You can sign up to email updates to get my new posts sent to your inbox. You can also find me on social media – Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.