Beauty Boosts

Living Nature Lipstick Review: 100% Natural Lipstick in Wild Fire

{Ad-Review} Products gifted in an unpaid collaboration. All opinions are honest, as always. This blog post contains affiliate links. If you click through a link and buy something, I may receive a small commission. Find my full disclosure policy here.

I’m looking for the perfect natural lipstick, having abandoned my traditional lipsticks in favour of chemical-free make-up. My last attempt was good but the colour didn’t suit me. When Botanical Brands asked if I’d like to review Living Nature Lipstick, I was keen to give it a try.

Living Nature Lipstick Review

The packaging is lovely, it’s a matte black finish, and it feels high quality. 

I chose ‘Wild Fire’ and was worried I’d been sent the wrong shade initially, as it looked very dark. I was assured that it was the correct shade. When I put it on, it looked a lot lighter and brighter, phew! Living Nature Lipstick in Wildfire on handI’ve tweaked my photos to be closer to how it looks on my lips, it looks darker in the tube in real life. So don’t panic if you order it and it looks darker than you expected!

How Does Living Nature Lipstick Look?

The colour is gorgeous, a real bright red with a satin finish. Living Nature Lipstick is certified organic and 100% natural, which is fantastic, as if there’s one place you don’t want chemicals, it’s on your lips! It contains coconut oil, beeswax and carnauba wax to moisturise.
Becky Pink wearing Living Nature Lipstick

This lipstick doesn’t last ever so well: I have to reapply every two to three hours (and after eating – that’s pretty much the same thing!) I personally don’t mind this at all, as I expect it to need reapplying as it’s not full of chemicals to stick it to your lips! Living Nature Lipstick is easy to apply, but I found the  feathered a bit, so used my Benecos Natural Lipliner in Red. This helped keep a crisp line, and also helped the lipstick last longer. It does still smudge a bit, so I’d recommend blotting it with tissue and reapplying, and possibly gently blotting again.

Living Nature Lipstick Review

This lipstick is not as moisturising as the NATOrigin one I tried last month but it is still nice and rich, and the colour pay off is great.

Where To Buy Living Nature Lipstick

You can buy Living Nature Lipstick from Love Lula for £20. There are 11 shades to choose from, in a really beautiful colour range.

Have you ever tried this lipstick? Let me know how you got on in the comments!


  1. Chelsea Evans

    8th May 2017 at 10:32 pm

    Beautiful blog post! Thank you 🙂

    1. Becky Pink

      8th May 2017 at 10:49 pm

      You’re very welcome, I love the colour! xx

What do you think? You're welcome to comment without your name, email or website if you prefer.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.