72% would repurchase
on 7/15/2018 5:00:00 PM
More reviews by oubliette
I was not a fan of this, even though the packaging is adorable, with a beautiful little box and heavy glass jar. I have the colour "Coral" which is indeed a coral colour. The formula is quick sticky, like an opaque lip gloss, whereas I was expecting more of a tinted balm or moisturising colour. Not for me, I'm afraid.
on 7/15/2018 2:22:00 PM
More reviews by jrj1130
This polish was somewhat of a disappointment. It is part of the "Hint of Tint" collection from the brand Barielle. I got it as part of a duo cuticle cream + polish set. It applies more like a jellie/sheer than a cream which is how it appears in the bottle. It took me three applications for the polish to become opaque. I thought it might be more of a dusty orange than a cool coral shade which is how it appeared on my warm skin tone. I certainly would not pay the near $10 price for this polish in a small bottle by itself. Not a re-purchase for me.
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on 7/15/2018 1:14:00 PM
More reviews by Chelles93
What I want: a lightweight hydrator with ceramides that isn't tested on animals or sold in China, where they mandate animal testing even for products that claim to be cruelty-free. For some reason this is near-impossible, as many cruelty free brands are just full of cheap oils and without the really good stuff proven to work.It's lightweight and you can layer it over and over if you'd like more hydration. I use it under my sunscreen on some days, even in summer, and it's not too much. It doesn't *feel* as hydrating as it is, if that makes any sense.On a scale of 1 - 10, 1 being very oily skin and 10 being so dry your skin is cracking or patchy, I'd recommend it for 1 - 6 alone, and from a 7 - 10 as an additional layer under a heavier moisturizer. I think of it as a hydrator rather than a moisturizer, if that makes any sense. For an oilier face it's more than enough, and for a dryer face it's a great additional layer. The ingredients are top-notch, as is the bottle and pump combo.
on 7/15/2018 11:26:00 AM
More reviews by Maw72
Do not be fooled by all the hype on these lipsticks, nor all the5 star ratings on Color the World lipstick website. I purchased the lip moisturizer and one lipstick. The moisture broke in half the very first time I used it and fell out of the cardboard tube! No, I didn’t use force applying it. The lipstick is ok at best. It is smooth and non drying. The color does not last long. My current natural/mineral lipstick is by far better in smoothness, moisture, and color retention. Learned my lesson in being taken in by hype.
on 7/15/2018 8:59:00 AM
More reviews by raluko
This lip treatment/gloss is supposed to bring your lip temperature up or down to 38 degrees Celsius, the temperature which according to the maker is the ideal temperature for your lips to be at their plumpest and most hydrated. I got mine in the bright orange color which supposedly brings up your lip temperature by 5 degrees. I can`t say that this feels hot when I apply it or at any time really. It doesn`t tingle, it doesn`t plump my lips, in fact it doesn`t really do anything more than any other gloss I have ever worn. The color is okay, a little too sheer for my taste, but it wears all right, it doesn`t bleed or feel gloopy. Right now in Kyoto it`s about 38-39 degrees Celsius, so I`m not sure if I my lips would benefit from this particular treatment; I probably should`ve opted for the -5 degrees treatment, but that one is a minty green color that didn`t really appeal to me. The insert suggests wearing them at night, but why would I wear a tinted lip product at night and smear it all over my pillows?! In Japan this retails at 1600 JPY, about 16 USD, so imo it`s too pricy for what it is and does.
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