February 27, 2015

Lipstick Queen Silver Screen Luxury Lipstick On a Beauty Mortgage

Lipstick Queen Silver Screen Lipstick

If you’ve been wanting to try out Lipstick Queen Silver Screen Luxury Lipstick but haven’t been ready to swallow the $50 price tag you can grab it now on a beauty mortgage at QVC.com. It’s available in three monthly payments of $16.66 each.

I always feel less guilty paying off $50 lipstick in three low monthly payments….

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Except when I’m buying Tom Ford Lipstick, in that case, I’m all, TAKE MY MONEY NOW!

I know some of you feel Lipstick Queen has gotten a little too big for their britches but I still love their formulas! Just wish Silver Screen was set at around $35! I mean I’m more than willing to pay $53 for Guerlain because they do place a good deal of attention on packaging as well as formula. Lipstick Queen is incredible too though with an excellent formula but yeah, that $50 bucks, it’s hard to swallow!

Thoughts?

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  • Michelle

    I’d expect to pay a higher price on a brand name “high end” lipstick, like Guerlain. But Lipstick Queen doesn’t strike me as being “that” high end to warrant such high prices. I mean the last lippie I got from them (Rogue Sinner) wasn’t really velvety or smooth; in fact it was lumpy and bumpy. Maybe the brand puts lots more work into their pricier lippies – but I’m definitely wary about trying them.

    • EttaJ

      I agree. I’ve been disappointed with the formula of the Lipstick Queen lippies I’ve tried. I don’t think I could be convinced to paying $50 for one tube.

  • Chynna

    Three beauty mortgage payments for a lipstick may be the craziest thing I’ll hear all day. Thank you.

  • Amy

    I’m lusting after the lipstick queen bete noire sheer lipstick but the price tag is killing me.

  • Aretsuya

    I’ve been on the fence over the Velvet Rope lippie in Black Tie. I wish I could totally pull off a “SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY” a la Fry (man, gotta love that Futurama), but my makeup lust cowers in the presence of my rationality. damn… (>.<)

  • Katherine T.

    Nowadays, there are so many great drugstore lippies (NYX, Milani, Maybelline, Iman, etc etc ) that I’m having a really hard time paying more than $20 for a lipstick. It’s got to be some awesome color or formula that I can’t easily dupe

  • Sharon

    Beauty mortgage!!!! Baaa….that is definately the best definition of that situation and I love it! I’m using that one Muse.

  • Jay

    I’ve always wanted to try a lipstick of theirs but I just can’t at that price. In honesty though, sometimes I wish I had less lipsticks I absolutely love instead of a lot of lipsticks I like. I’ve slowed down buying so maybe when I finish up some stuff I’ll try fewer, but luxury items I’ve been lusting. And to some people $50 is equivalent to paying $5 because they got it like that (I don’t but maybe one day :))