CLINIQUE

Clinique Laboratories, LLC is an American manufacturer of skincare, cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances, usually sold in high end department stores. It is a subsidiary of the Estée Lauder Companies.
https://www.clinique.com/

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3.7

1,496 products

63,244 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent CLINIQUE Reviews

Fragrances -CLINIQUE -Calyx

on 1/22/2019 4:35:00 PM

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Green, Sweet & Fresh! I am a fresh/clean kind of perfume wearer and I can’t tolerate spicy or sweet gourmands so this is right up my alley. I purchased the 1.7 oz at Macy’s and this perfume has a green tart/sweet fresh smell. When you first spray it comes off very citrus and sharp and quickly settles down to a slightly sweet fresh smell almost like a shampoo. I was looking for a green dewy clean fragrance and this is so amazing. I do think it’s a little expensive at $55 for the 1.7 oz but it’s such a pretty fragrance.

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Mascara -CLINIQUE -Lash Power Flutter-to-Full Mascara

on 1/22/2019 12:12:00 PM

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ACK I can't believe this is discontinued. I can return to the Clinique Lash Power one, which is also smudgeproof (which is really what I need so that I don't get ANY black smudges under my eyes as the day continues). But it wasn't as dramatic as this one. I found that this one could look dramatic (or you could just apply lightly) and as it dried, it offered a curling action, but the important part is that it was super black, and it never smudges or rubs off. It comes easily off (like crumbs) with water. If there's a stash of it somewhere, I need to find it!

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Lipstick -CLINIQUE -Dramatically Different Lipstick Shaping Lip Colour

on 1/22/2019 11:51:00 AM

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I have one of these, which came in a holiday package (on sale, to boot), where I basically ended up getting this with an eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara, eye cream and cleansing balm, all in a bag for basically the price of the lipstick. With that kind of deal, it was impossible to resist.

The color that came with this packet is Strut, which is a bright purple-pink. It's vivid and cheery, and not a color I normally would buy (I prefer pinky nudes), but it's a happy surprise. It glides on, looks matte without looking dry, and has a good staying power (not super long lasting, but it fades evenly), feels light and while not moisturizing it feels comfy. The color is kind of fun, too, a bright pink with almost a faint blue shimmer. There's no scent or flavor, typical of Clinique.

Overall I really like it. I wouldn't repurchase this shade on its own, but I'm definitely eyeing some of the others, as I'm liking the formula that much.

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Blush -CLINIQUE -Blushing Blush Powder Blush - Cupid

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I have been wearing LM Rose Bloom. It's a peachy pink with no shimmer. I like it a lot and it looks natural. Today I decided to fish around in my blush basket for something a little pinker and I found this. I love it! It is a soft pink with shimmer (very slight shimmer). it is so flattering and applies without a patchiness. As soon a I applied I looked bright and just fresher looking. I needed less eye makeup too There is something about a soft pink flush that is flattering to everyone. I received many compliments today and the only thing different was the blush. If you are looking for a pink blush that is reasonable price this is definitely worth a try.


Eyeliner -CLINIQUE -quickliner in slate

on 1/20/2019 3:59:00 PM

I keep trying other brands of eyeliner, and I don't know why. Clinique quickliners have everything I want in an eyeliner. I really wish they didn't discontinue the navy, but anyway. They glide on smoothly, have good color payoff, last all day without smudging, are easy to remove, and don't irritate my sensitive eyes (unlike the intense versions).
I decided to try the slate color and I really like it...it's a medium cool grey that defines my small eyes and doesn't look too stark.

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