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Witchcraft Pout Plasma - Ultra Dark Blackberry Lipstick

Witchcraft Pout Plasma - Ultra Dark Blackberry Lipstick

Witchcraft is a super dark, almost black, reddish purple color, like bruises and blackberries and bubbling cauldrons.


Witchcraft is NOT an eye-approved shade!


Witchcraft Velvet Lipstick is shown here on its own, and with the matching Witchcraft Gloss on top.

The Pout Plasma formula is the best of both worlds, with the hydration and comfort of a creme lipstick, and the pigment, longevity, and precise application of a liquid lipstick. It dries down a little bit after application, but doesn't fully "set." It starts out satin, but becomes more matte throughout the day, or with the help of blotting. It's not transfer proof, but transfer resistant, super pigmented and long lasting. It's essentially a liquid-to-creme type of formula.


These lipsticks are also great multitaskers! Most shades can be used as eyeshadow or eyeshadow bases, or even as a liquid blush. Be warned, however, they are extremely pigmented, so start small!


These lipsticks come in a .27 fl oz/8ml tube with a gold cap and doe foot applicator and, like all of my products, are vegan and cruelty-free.


Ingredients: avocado oil, isododecane, lauryl laurate, polybutene, magnesium stearate, silica, zinc stearate, aloe vera oil (aloe vera gel, sweet almond oil), natural vitamin E oil, caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, hexylene glycol. may contain: iron oxide (77499), red 33 (17200)


I'd be happy to answer any questions or concerns you might have, so feel free to send me a message and I'll respond as soon as I can!




    Shipping takes about 2-5 business days. Processing on all orders generally takes about 6-8 business days. I'm only one person, I do everything myself, and most products are made-to-order. Please keep this in mind if you need your order by a certain time, for an event, etc. If you're not sure, send me a message or email and I'll let you know the soonest I could get your order shipped. I'm usually pretty flexible, but it's always going to depend on my current workload.