Similar to the regular lipsticks, the lip mists all come in a gunmetal square tube and a magnetic cap. Although I like the unique packaging of the products, it does prove to be a burden when the lipsticks are placed next to each other. The magnetic caps and bases tend to stick together quite often. Burberry's famous checkered patterns are also imprinted on each of the lipsticks.
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Copper (202) is a pretty rosy brown. It goes on as a nice and glossy my-lip-but-better shade for me.
Brown Sugar (203) is a nice terracotta brick shade. It is not too brown or red.
Camelia Pink (207) is a cool tone fuchsia.
Stormy Pink (208) is a rosy pink that's surprisingly more creamy compared to the other shades. It reminds me of Dior's new lipstick formula release.
Feather Pink (209) is the lightest pink out of the three. It is a baby pink that's quite nice on my skin tone.
Here are the colors in the tube taken by natural sunlight. These lipsticks are slightly sticky, but not so much that it's bothersome. I would say the tackiness factor is similar to Chanel's Extrait de Gloss formula. I couldn't really detect a strong fragrance either.
As you can see in the swatch, all of the lip mists are pigmented and they provide a nice glossy effect. They are much more forgiving on dry patches compared to the original lipsticks, which have a cream formula. I love how natural and glossy these look on the lips. The wear time is also better compared to Chanel's Rouge Coco Shine.
Overall, I enjoy the new lip mist natural sheer lipsticks from Burberry. However, I wouldn't classify these lipsticks as "sheer" because they are nicely pigmented. The shades are build-able for those looking for a brighter or richer effect. I think of these as a glossier version of Dior's new Addict lipsticks or a tackier version of Laura Mercier's Gel Lip Colours. I personally like these more compared to the original formula because they are much easier to use on drier lips. I don't have to exfoliate or prep my lips before applying these like I do with the regular formula. My favorite shades are Copper, Brown Sugar, and Feather Pink.
Bottom Line: I recommend checking out Burberry's new lip mist lipsticks at a local counter if possible. These have good pigmentation and provide a lovely glossy effect. If you don't like slightly sticky or tacky lipsticks, these might not be as appealing for you. For those on a budget, you can get a similar glossy effect with Laura Mercier's Gel Lip Colours, which has a smaller range of color selection at $22USD a piece.
Have you tried out Burberry Lip Mist Lipsticks yet? What is your favorite sheer lipstick?