Maybelline Color Sensational Moisture Extreme Lip Color – Shade 821 Walnut


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Maybelline color sensational moisture extreme lip color is the boon for chapped and dry lips. I love this range from Maybelline, these lipstick are very moisturizing with a creamy texture and they glides on lips very smoothly. From this range today I am going to review shade “821 walnut”. I bought this lip color for my mom as a gift as this is a very dark chocolate brown shade which is mostly loved by married women. And my mom also love it now. 🙂

Price: Rs. 220


This lip color comes in a sturdy brown color packaging.




My experience with this product:

As I said I bought this lip color for my mother but how it is possible that I will not try it on myself to write a review for you guys. This lipstick is much pigmented and has a very smooth texture, it glides on lips very easily and only one swipe is needed to apply the color. There is no need to apply the lip balm with this lipstick, even if you are having dry chapped lips you can skip the lip balm and directly apply this lipstick. It will hydrate your lips and will keep them moisturized for a very long time.

A creamy lipstick usually does not have good staying power, but this one is an exception. It stays on lips for about 4 to 5 hours even with drinks and food in between. It gives a matte finish to lips it does not have any shimmer in it.

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My likes and dislikes for this product:


  1. Good pigmentation.
  2. Staying power is good.
  3. Very moisturizing.
  4. Sturdy packaging.
  5. Affordable.
  6. Color is a very nice dark chocolate color which my mother loves.
  7. Easily available.


I like everything about this lipstick. There is only one dislike that it transfers a little on the rims of glasses while drinking.

My rating:


Will I recommend this?

Definitely YES this is a nice lipstick at a very affordable price. Girls who are in love with bronze and chocolate color lipstick should definitely give this a try.