Estee Lauder All-Day Lipstick in Rosa Rosa  » Cosmetics  »
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  • Unfortunately, those two shades have been discontinued, but Rosa Rosa is still around
  • I only remember that I was impressed with its matte-like appearance
  • I think they could easily demand at least $20, considering that the All-Day lipstick line is an old, tried and true line that has probably outlasted many other lipstick lines from other cosmetic companies over the years

    • by Lisa Pellegrini
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      I used to wear this Estee Lauder lipstick shade Rosa Rosa many, many years ago — at least fifteen or maybe twenty years ago. I used to like a few shades of Estee Lauder lipstick — Quince, Orchid, and Rosa Rosa. Quince was a beautiful, bright reddish orange shade. Orchid was an intense fucshia shade. Unfortunately, those two shades have been discontinued, but Rosa Rosa is still around. The All-Day lipsticks are the least expensive lipsticks that Estee Lauder carries. They are $17.50 apiece, which is a very good price considering that Estee Lauder is a well-established company that has been around for decades. Bobbi Brown lipsticks are $22 a tube, and the least expensive Lancome lipsticks are also $22. So you are saving $4.50 with

      the Estee Lauder All-Day lipsticks, and you can feel confident that you are getting a high quality lipstick from a lipstick collection that in and of itself has been around for decades. I remember the All-Day collection from twenty years ago, so I am amazed that it is still around. I don’t know whether it has been changed at all, but it’s comforting to know that specific line of gorgeous lipsticks has lasted as long as it has.

      I haven’t worn Rosa Rosa in a long time, but it’s only because I started getting interested in Clinique and Bobbi Brown. I just like trying a number of different make-up companies. It’s fun to experiment. But I remember Rosa Rosa as a lovely rosy plum color with strong ...


      • pigmentation. I am not sure whether the company changed it as the years went by, because it says on the Estee Lauder website that it is a satin lipstick. I don’t remember it looking that way when I used to wear it. I remember it having a non-satin, cream finish. I also remember it as a matte lipstick, but some of the reviewers say that it is creamy. I don’t remember it being especially creamy. I only remember that I was impressed with its matte-like appearance. It wasn’t what I would call an ultra shiny or glossy lipstick, and I liked that about it. I also liked that it gave my lips great coverage, and I was pleased that I got good color quality. The blend
        of rose and plum was very unique, because it wasn’t a bright color but it wasn’t dull and lifeless either. It complimented my fair, pink complexion well.

        Maybe I should buy Rosa Rosa again to see if it is still as pretty as I remember it to be. I really can’t believe that the company has kept this price so low at $17.50. I think they could easily demand at least $20, considering that the All-Day lipstick line is an old, tried and true line that has probably outlasted many other lipstick lines from other cosmetic companies over the years. But I am glad that Estee Lauder is offering this vintage shade Rosa Rosa in the All-Day formula at such a reasonable price. It saves us ladies some money!




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