Off-Beat Pink is on the center. The frosty Strayin' (Strayin' is from the Hello Kitty collection) is on the left while Pink Nouveau is on the right. In comparison, Off-Beat Pink is more matte and warm. I'm thinking it looks more of a matte version of Bombshell or Pink Nouveau combined with Brave or Satiate. On me, It's quite pale but more like my own lip tone with a bit more pink. If the matte is too dry, a slick of lip balm 5 minutes before lipstick should moisten things out. The pink gives an instant freshness to the face. Older women could still wear this, since the pink is a bit warmer than candy pink. I love matte lipsticks because they're such a classic. If matte is too flat, top this with lip gloss with a bit of shimmer particles. I like too how this pink could make a face look fresh and youthful without trying too hard.
Another mentionable matte lipstick from Ever Bilena is their bestselling red, Love That Red. It was sold out in one store that I visited but I was able to swatch it in another department store. It's a bit more orangey in color, again favoring warm skin tones. The only complaint I have with this though, is that it has no sweet candy-like scent, but that could be remedied with a flavored lip balm before.
For those in a budget, this could be a nice alternative to wear a pretty pink color while saving up for that luxury brand lipstick. I could also recommend this to starting makeup artists or makeup school students looking for good quality lipsticks for practice or for any kikay girl who would love a pale pink lip without breaking the bank.
[NOTE: Pretty On A Budget is a new section I'll be adding on my blog that features cheap but high-quality tools, makeup, and products worth-reading, addressing the needs of girls who want makeup but are on a tight budget constraint and start-up makeup artists and students.]