Review: Necromancy, Oh no Nancy! & It’s Wednesday!
Hey there, Internet!
While lately I often stumbled upon the name Necromancy cosmetica and the lipsticks they are selling seemed like they were good quality as well it still took me some time to finally buy two of them (that is with 22$ shipping to Germany and each lipstick being 16$) Necromancy are a cruelty free (on their website they even say 100% vegan) cosmetic brand from Puerto Rico.
The packaging is simple black plastic with their logo engraved on the cap and a sticker with color description on the bottom. The lipsticks themselves have different colored parts (marble-like or spots in some places) that they mentioned on their websites FAQs already but since those are caused by their products being handcrafted and would not be visible on the lips anyways who would complain about it.
Left: It’s Wednesday & Oh no Nancy! Lipsticks and packaging, Right: Swatches
Oh no Nancy! – This color is what got me in the end. I do have quite a selection of brownish lipsticks already but none of them seemed to be this chocolate-y! The structure feels really nice to me, not too heavy or too dry! With a thin layer you will get a light brown and when you apply a bit more you can get a beautiful dark shade as well! Lasted 4 hours of girls-night including a lot of chatting & snacks before I had to touch up!
It’s Wednesday! – This is not a black lipstick but a very dark grey with a hint of silver shine / metallic look. Kept me wondering if it is the tiny bit lighter shade or whatever that makes my teeth look less yellow than most black lipsticks would do. The best thing about this to me was though that it will easily hold eyeshadow or any powder product on top without feeling dry and this way you will be able to create a lot of nice effects! Color looked perfectly fine for about 4 hours including drinking a can of energy but you might want to take the lipstick with you for a touch up after a while.
The only thing about these that I did not like was the scent that they have before applying, which reminded me of crayons, but won’t be noticeable once on your lips. So with all the positive things I guess a lot of other Necromancy lipsticks will find their way into my makeup bag! And it seems they are also selling glitter for the holidays so here is hoping more different products will be released in the future!
Have you tried their lipsticks yet? Or maybe another ‘new’ brand you can recommend? Have a nice evening!