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on 11/22/2015 3:54:00 AM
More reviews by LuvBug22
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
I don't have all the shades I have four. They are: Berry Bomb, Oh Orange, Pink Shock, and Minty Sheer. These are not very hydrating lip balms like the claims. But I bought these for the colors, and the packaging. They each have different smells. I've had these for a while now. I bought these when they first came out in my high school days. Some are more pigmented than others. The most pigmented is Pink Shock which is just like the name says. The color you see in the tube with this one is the way it will look on the lips. I notice this one has a thicker texture than the others. It looks like a dark hot pink. It will leave a beautiful stain. If your into sheer balm colors you might not like it. I've gotten complements when I've worn this. I would recommend this if you want a pigmented comfortable hot pink balm. Minty Sheer is the worst one of the bunch not because of the color payoff but because its so thin I have to reapply every 5 minutes. Its sheer but I notice when the light hits it there is a slight barely there green shine. And I did notice it dried my lips out when I'd wear it. I would not recommend this one. Oh Orange is not overly pigmented but not too sheer. It looks like a peachy orange on me. This one is ok its thick like Pink Shock. I would recommend this one. Berry Bomb is my favorite one. This is not what it looks like on the lips. It leaves the most beautiful purple veil on the lips. Its the perfect wearable purple. Its not a very thin consistency or a very thick one either. I've already repurchased it. This is the one I use the most. I would highly recommend it.
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on 10/24/2015 4:43:00 PM
More reviews by chalizz345
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This is for Berry Bomb: Is a nice natural reddy colour for any skin tone, smells lovely, tastes alright, and has good eye-catching packaging. Is a reasonable price and easy to obtain. Isn't very moisturising and there isn't much product. 9/10
on 9/3/2015 7:09:00 AM
More reviews by everylittlething
I have 7 Baby Lips in total, 3 being the original line and 2 from the Electro line- I'm not sure about the other one as it just came out (Melon Mania). At first I absolutely loved them and would pick them up over all my other lip balms, but after using my Nivea Lip Butter tins for a few days, I realised how useless the moisturization in these lip balms was. They were nowhere near as good as the Nivea tins and didn't moisturise my lips at all- but instead just sat on top of them. It also does not last the 8 hours it claims to. On the other hand, these do have lovely pigmentation and would be quite good instead of lipsticks and lipglosses if you go to school as they are not too bold- but still have some lovely shades. My favourites have to be from the original line, but the Electro balms aren't bad either. They are not at all expensive, at a mere £2.99- but won't do you the trick if you want moisture. Overall I would repurchase this, but just for the pigmentation.
on 9/1/2015 6:42:00 AM
More reviews by Marshzie
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I found the balm in Pink Shock. At first, I was quite unsure about the colour (don't mind the 'u' in colour - I'm Australian) that would show up on my lips. I purchased it anyway to try it out. The pigmentation is quite luminous I guess you could say. It's a very pretty colour though. It also smells like heaven. It actually smells like a couple of berries that I can't quite put my finger on.I wouldn't consider this balm as something to heal chapped lips. I prefer Nivea over this particular lip balm for everyday use, unfortunately. It makes my lips feel extremely dry right after the balm comes off my lips. Although, I am satisfied with the packaging. The font and glow really makes the product stand out! I managed to finish the entire product as a matter of fact. I would use this balm more as a lipstick or when I'm feeling sassy =). I will only repurchase this for the pigmentation. Overall, this balm deserves a 4/5.
on 5/3/2015 10:35:00 AM
More reviews by carcino8iologist
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Bought this in Grape Bomb. Color payoff was okay, what you'd expect in a tinted lip balm - but the formula and the scent is horrifying. I tried using a couple more times because I like the color and the sheer novelty of having a purple lip product - ended up chucking it in the trash later on after discovering the Nivea Fruity Shine lip balms. I prefer the Color collection more.
on 4/30/2015 1:29:00 AM
More reviews by phambrenda
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
This lip balm is horrible... It's so chalky and the product size is misleading... Definitely would not recommend. The balm also sticks out on top so when replacing the cap, you will have to be careful in case you smudge or cut the balm. Really not worth it. Wish they sold the Baby Lips Lip Glow again.
on 11/26/2014 8:13:00 AM
More reviews by Yxyvonne
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
this product is quite fine. Got it in pink shock. the pink really suits me a lot which i like. is like a hot pink color. but for a lip balm it dont works at all, comes off quite quickly not even last an hr. however, I like it as a tint. and i really like that my lips have color bcos my bare lip just naturally looks pale. so a great product as a tint, but calling it a balm and do not work at all. a down point.
on 10/10/2014 5:24:00 PM
More reviews by Pinksk8wax
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I bought this in minty sheer. Maybe it has something to do with the sheer lime color over my own lip color, but my lips look super healthy when I wear this . Don't let the color in the tube scare you, this goes on clear. I can't speak for the other colors though. The packaging is super adorable as are all the lip balms from the baby lips line. As far as moisturizing goes, I would stick with something more clinical like Blistex, Carmex or Chapstick. I do like this for everyday wear though .
on 8/20/2014 3:39:00 PM
More reviews by SpanishSmileyFace
Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Not Sure
Have not tried the original line but I have tried the Dr. Baby Lips Rescue and love it so here we go:MOISTURIZATION:- Does NOT last the 8 hours they're suppose to last. I find that if I put a thick layer and don't eat or drink anything, the moisturization lasts me somewhere between 1 - 2 hours. However I find that the #95 Strike a Rose becomes less moisturising as you use it up in comparison to #70 Pink Shock which I find doesn't lose it's moisturization as you use it up.COLOUR:- The colour pay off is incredible for a lip balm! I have used #95 Strike a Rose, #70 Pink Shock and #85 Oh! Orange! - I can build up the colour from sheer to opaque very easily.- #95 Strike a Rose is a very coral-orange tone colour.- #70 Pink Shock is a very pretty bright berry colour- #85 Oh! Orange! is a very sheer orange colour.- The colour lasts even AFTER the moisture is gone- However, I have very oily skin and building up the colour gives the lip colour an almost greasy look which doesn't look very flattering on me in the afternoons when my skin is the most greasy/oily!- This is why I sometimes wear a thin layer of this for a good wash of colour to my lips with a good moisturizing (clear) chapstick underneath. Then I'll apply the Baby Lips as a sheer lipstick/wash of colour so that way the mositure will last me longer.OVERALL:- Besides the moisturization, I love these! I'm not a huge fan of bold colours so keeping these sheer is the way to go for me! (Which is why my clear chapstick trick underneath works for me!)- Of the 3 I've tried, I prefer #70 Pink Shock because it's the most pigmented of the 3 and I find it more moisturizing than the other 2! - I found that #95 Strike a Rose clashed a bit with my skin tone since it's uneven due to the redness on my cheeks. I found it was the least moisturizing of the 3.#85 Oh! Orange was okay since it's very sheer however if I tried to build up the colour and get some of that colour build up around my lips, it looks like you ate an orange popsicle and ate it messily like a little kid does! This one is not good for carrying in your bag if you like to quickly apply thick layers of chapstick!!
on 8/1/2014 8:57:00 AM
More reviews by linaelvira
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I love Pink Punch - and so does everyone in my office! They all said it was a definite Friday lift :) Strike a Rose will likely be more 'everyday' for me. I find the scents ok but they taste a bit weird. The formula is your bog-standard lip balm, nothing exciting. Wouldn't say the moisturisation lasts for 8hrs anyway. But the colour and the scents do it for me! :)
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