Ever since the launch of Kylie Lip Kits, many brands have also replicated this. I mean it makes sense right, who wouldn't want a matching lip liner for their liquid lipstick. The bonus of these drugstore versions is they are a fraction of the price and they don't come with a hefty custom fee.
Now, I have previously reviewed the Kylie Lip Kit and I didn't think too much of it, but I was excited to try some of these new drugstore releases. I did also wanna compare the Barry M lip kits in this post too, but I haven't got around to purchasing them yet!
I picked up:
Makeup Revolution - Reign | £6
Lottie London - Fleek | £8.99

Makeup Revolution - Lip Kit | Reign

Lottie London - Lip Kit | Fleek
I must say in terms of packaging, both of these are super cute - but I think I still prefer the Kylie packaging!
Lottie London Lip Kit - Fleek
Lottie London have been killing it with their releases lately and this one is no different. Fleek is a lovely terracotta brown shade which is incredibly opaque in one coat. The pencil liner which comes in the kit matches the shade fantastically and is easy to apply since the formula is so creamy. The packaging on these lip products is so cute with it matching and I'm very impressed with value for money in this set.

Makeup Revolution Lip Kit - Reign
Reign is a very pinky nude, which is slightly a little too light for my taste. I love the sleek black soft touch packaging of the pencil and obviously, we're all a sucker for the rose gold packaging of the liquid lipstick. Unfortunately, with this lip kit, the lip pencil shows up darker on my lips compared to the liquid lipstick and although some people love creating an ombre lip with this style, it really wasn't what I was after in this kit. I don't really rate the quality of this lip kit as much as I would like too, I'd probably spend a little more and purchase the Lottie London ones instead.

Which drugstore lip kit is your favourite?


  1. I prefer the Lottie London ones too, so much more creamier! You'll love the BarryM ones too x

    1. Which colours for the Barry M would you recommend?