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.

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1,467 products

62,500 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Clinique Reviews

Eye Shadow -Clinique -All About Shadow Quad - Pink Chocolate


I have purchaced this particular color eyeshadow quad from Clinique several times because I think it’s a super pretty combination! I feel like I can’t ever go wrong following the placement suggestion that is included in the quad compact and the colors blend well. The pink pan has some fine shimmer to it but the shimmer particles stay put and makes the pink pop. The lighter brown shade is sheer but can be built up and blends nicely into the pink without cancelling out the pink.
I like that Clinique changed thr compact that it has a hinged top instead of the slide-out and added a mirror, but I may be confusing this with the single shades... the last pink chocolate quad I got was 6 years ago so I forget... I keep these around waaay past the suggested timeframe for an es because they never have changed and hardened like some es brands / es I’ve had in the past.

Liquid -Clinique -BIY Blend It Yourself Pigment Drops

on 12/15/2017 5:56:00 PM


Ok so i only came around to trying this because it was on a 50% sale at sears (since the store is closing). Read a bit about it, then tried it the next morning. What i did was i mixed 1 pea sized dollop of my simple skin moisturizer with 2 drops of this BIY thingy. Then i rubbed it in with my fingers, the way i would a moisturizer. It gave me about low medium coverage which i personally prefer, and that concoction gave me a natural matte finish.
I wore it all day to test it out (i didnt set or anything coz i wanted to know how it held up on it’s own). At the 6 hour mark it still looks good, starting to get a tad shiny on my nose which is totally normal (i have normal- slightly oily tzone skin). Took it off at around 12 hour mark still looking decent, it worn off nicely, nothing splotchy or breaking up. My face didnt get any greasier or dryer. So, :
I love the natural finish and how light it feels, literally feels like i only put on moisturizer. Perfect for summer/lazy days.
The tiny bottle and how easy it blends with fingers will make it useful for traveling.
Doesnt break me out.
It doesnt transfer too much. (I was blowing my nose constantly but there was still remnants on my nose hiding the redness.

Price. Now i got this on a really good deal but when i run out, im not gonna repurchase Coz for CAD $44, i’ll only be getting 10ml of product which brings me to my next point.
I dont like that im only getting 10ml of product. Now i know they say it’s pigment or whatever but still, 10mls?really? For that price? *cries*
Not enough shade variety (IMO). I got 115 which when not mixed with anything looked hella orange, when mixed with my moisturizer it looked about the same as MUFE ultra hd shade y245.

I would recommend getting it while it’s on sale tho, super handy for traveling and it’s a good product.

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Eyeliner -Clinique -Pretty Easy Liquid Eyelining Pen

on 12/15/2017 9:42:00 AM


So, in my search for an HG eyeliner, I quickly realized just how hard it can be to get a solid cat eye. Yes...yes, I had seen the memes but I had only previously used cheap drugstore eyeliners and figured that it wasn't was the cheap products to blame! I got Kat Von D's Inked liner which was really pigmented but on my oily lids a bit hard to control at times. Once it started running dry I knew I wasn't going to repurchase and read the reviews on this one.
I don't understand what they did looks the same but it is so much easier to manage!! I love very minimal, delicate cat eyes that give you a subtle look and I could very easily draw it one with this one! It is not necessarily as pigmented as the Kat Von D one but tbh, I can at least layer this one on (that's right...LAYER it! I was courageous enough to go back after I had achieved that elusive, perfect swoop because it was just that easy) to get a darker line. Also, I can go back in and add the Kat Von D to areas that I'd like to be a big more pigmented.
Honestly, I don't think I will be looking for any other eyeliners. This one meets all the needs and I'd rather give up a bit on pigmentation in order to have it be easier to manage. Nice job, Clinique!

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Lips -Clinique -Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm

on 12/15/2017 1:36:00 AM


I have Mightiest Maraschino, a lovely strawberry cherry red that looks great on fair skin tones, especially Snow White types.

The formula feels creamy with good coverage and a youthful satin shine. Stains the lips deep pink. Feels moisturising but it actually makes my normally ok lips feel tight and dry. Waxy crayon scent, smells like cheap makeup.

Clinique promote this as being cool to reapply without a mirror but in a colour like this trust me, you need a mirror or you will get an uneven lipline. I never wear this shade straight from the tube the colour slips and smears everywhere. On my chin, coffee cups, cellphone. So I blot after application with a tissue to get a matt stain. Its very pretty this way and stays put.

Toners -Clinique -Clarifying Lotion #2

on 12/14/2017 2:03:00 PM


I have never actually bought this toner before I have this in the sample try me sizes from bonuses & recently a relative gave me some more Bc she didn't want them!
I don't hink 💭 this is a good toner to be using Bc it has so much alcohol in it & stupid menthol which irritates the skin! I personally have a very oily skin type & have only used this toner occasionally to clean up my t zone in between washings & during the day especially in the summer time! I don't think this stuff actually exfoliates anything Bc I has no salicyclic acid in it!
& I love ❤️ the commentary from a reviewer who said Clinique toners are like junk food! LOL!

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