I have a collection and variety of these colors. I love the greeens and browns the best. They are very moisturizing and long lasting. The champagnes also are cool.
I have this in Fudge Brownie, and for the longest time I couldn't figure out why it was called Aromatherapy, as it smells nothing like brownies or fudge...but then I realized that I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be an herbal type scent because I smelled a friend's aromatherapy gloss from a different brand and it was the same exact scent. Anyway, the color is very nice, a very shimmery bronzey color. What I really like is the texture, it's very supple and easy to apply with either fingers or a brush, and you can put a lot on for more pigmented color or use a little over other lipstick for a sheer shimmer. It would be better if it didn't have a gross smell, but once it's on your lips you can't smell it at all, only if you stick your nose right up to the pot.
I like Prestige's aromatherapy glosses for their texture and packaging. But I despise the smell!! Ughh... it smells really bad! The colors I have (Ribbon, Moire, and Rose Shine) are really beautiful though. But due to their horrible scent I don't think I will ever finish them and even if I do, I wouldn't buy again.
bad colors and bad smell. Need I say more?
Why is this Aromatherapy? It just smells like lanolin or something, the same nonscent as an old old Clinique potted gloss. Weirdness. Red Stain looked like a nice dark burgundy in the pot but became FUSCHIA on. Again, strange. While Red Stain was a bust, the other two colors I got, Ribbon and Rose Shine, totally made up for the fushianess of Red Shine. They're both very lovely YLBB shades that I imagine would flatter just about anyone, with shimmer and lots of shine from the formula.
I've tried three of these in Brown Sugar, Champagne, and Red Stain and LOVE the first two especially because how beautifully shimmery they are, have a thick creamy texture, and moisturizes my lips well. I even liked the packaging; thought everything about this product was nice and different for a drug store brand.
Even though Prestige has nice eyeshadows, the lipgoss is terrible. I just couldn't overcome the "aromatherapic" smell of the lipgloss. It's very repulsive. The lipgloss also leaves the stickiest feeling on my lips. I tried some cheaper lipglosses before that were far more superior to this one.
Fudge Brownie. This is ok - not a HG or anything. It's a bronze/brown that you can put lightly and it comes out sheer, or you can apply it heavier and it is more pigmented. I don't generally go for lip glosses that you have to use your fingers to apply, but made an exception as I am always pleased with Prestige products, plus how can you go wrong for $4. Oh yeah, Aromatherapy??!!! Unless they shipped me an old product, this has absolutely no smell at all.
even it looks the same on me as Lancome Juicy Tube in Sun Bronze but only a third of the price, i prefer the JT better. i can only put a bit on, or else it turns a grayish brownish maroon. it looks okay that way, but then it'll dry my lips out. because it is to thin, it runs all over my face and will dry out with in 20 min. it is an onkay alternative to a JT if you dont want to spend as much.
I used to own this in both Mirror (sheer red that showed up clear on my pigmented lips) and Moire (shimmery soft pink). The gloss itself is fairly nice -- not too sticky or greasy, good shine, lasts for a while -- but the scent is horribly overpowering. It smells like road tar... you know, when a new lane of highway is being laid down! I would definitely repurchase this were it not for the asphalt scent.