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

1,492 products

63,057 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent CLINIQUE Reviews

Bronzers -CLINIQUE -non-streak bronzer

on 9/21/2018 2:19:00 AM

Best, most realistic looking bronzer in production today. AWESOME STUFF!



Lipstick -CLINIQUE -Dramatically Different Lipstick Shaping Lip Colour

on 9/20/2018 6:18:00 PM

I have been looking around and trying new lipstick formulations. I'm looking for lightweight coverage with moisture and long wear. A leftover stain would be a plus. So I have tried many new lipsticks in my search including this formulation and I love it. It is definitely lightweight and colors are beautiful. If you had Clinique favorites before they have probably been reformulated to this. The lipstick has a moisturizing core which enables the lipstick to go on smoothly but with a satin lightweight coverage. No liner necessary. I get several hours from this lipstick before needing to reapply while drinking water through a straw. It does transfer some but not as bad as some other lipsticks like Hourglass or Bobbi Brown classic. And compared to other brands the price is a deal at $19.

Canoodle: nudey peach
Shy: pink berry
Tenderheart: Nude pink

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Blush -CLINIQUE -chubby stick in Roly Poly Posy

on 9/20/2018 3:48:00 PM

I just got this in a Clinique gift with purchase event. I'd previously enjoyed the Chubby Stick blush in Amp'd Up Apple, which I reviewed, and LOVE!

This is awful! It's everything that Stila's convertible cream blushes taught me to hate in cream blushes.

It goes on far too bright and hot pink in stubborn pink blotches that refuse to blend out till my Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation is nearly rubbed off, and that is saying something.

Amp'd up Apple didn't do that to me. It glided on, smooth and pretty, blended out perfectly with ease, and lasted all day. It is what cream blush should be and when I run out of it, I will surely buy another.

This one on the other hand hit the trash bin this morning. Like the Stila convertible blushes, it is just too much trouble to make it work, and NO I most certainly won't buy another in this shade.

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Blush -CLINIQUE -Chubby Stick Moisturizing Cheek Colour Balm in Amp'd Up Apple

on 9/20/2018 3:40:00 PM

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I hate cream blushes, but NOT THIS ONE! This is one I will repurchase after I run out of this shade. I got it on a gift with purchase a few months ago.

It's a neutral shade, soft enough that it doesn't look crazy on my very pale skin, and it never seems to need much rubbing to blend it out nicely to a neutral flush of my cheeks but better so to speak. It lasts all day on me, doesn't irritate my allergic sensitive skin, nor does it cause breakouts.

Unlike the Stila product. I got a palette of 5 of Stila cream blushes and they are awful. I ended up tossing them, and what a waste of money. They went on too bright, didn't blend out till they rubbed off the foundation underneath and considering I use Estee L DW most days, that IS an accomplishment of the worst kind.

However I just got Roly Poly Posy which is a bright pink shade from Clinique in the latest GWP and I would say avoid that one. It doesn't blend, it grabs, and I'm back to rubbing off my foundation again.

So bottom line--this shade, Amp'd Up Apple is AMAZING! I love love love it. But don't just think that all the Clinique Chubby stick blushes are the same quality as this.

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Eyeliner -CLINIQUE -Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

on 9/20/2018 9:27:00 AM

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A few years ago, my mom passed this off to me. It ended up replacing my old favorite eyeliner (and gel liner) and I've bought it twice since. I know some people have said it bleeds and smudge but I've never had that experience. It goes on easily, opaque, and sharp and comes off gently with a wipe.

My only complaint is that if you're not careful putting the cap on, the tip can get frayed over time. Usually I'm nearly out of product by the time this happens anyways, though.

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