Perfect pinky-nude neutral shade for my lips. I love the formula--how it's glossy and shiny without being glittery. Not too sticky and stays on longer than most glosses.
I was a Huge Glossimers Fan, the texture was just right for me, sticky enough to last and some of the colors very pretty, Until I considered the fact that since I wear lip gloss all the time, how much petroleum and parabens I am actually ingesting, So I switched to Buxom Lips and its just as good and has better ingredients.
I am a huge glossimer fan. They are pretty much the only lip gloss I buy lately. The texture is thicker but without that sticky MAC feel to it. It feels emmolient, but not a lip balm. The color seems to last longer than other lipglosses. I really love this color for everyday neutral. Its a pinky /brown, your lips but better. What I appreciate the most is is it does not have sparkles or give you that wet lip look. It is perfect for wearing to the office.
Pricey but totally worth it. Just the most perfect pinkish-brown, not too light, not too dark, your lips but better lip gloss. Very comfortable formula, and great opaque coverage. And it goes great with any other color you have on - I've worn it with a muted taupe shadow, but today I have on a more lilac/silver shadow today, and it looked perfect with both of them. I saw a post below from someone who said it's been their go-to gloss for over ten years, and now that I have a tube of it, I totally get that! Great stuff, Chanel - never discontinue this!
Discovered this almost a decade ago and since then haven't found anything better, ever though I tried to find a less expensive dupe. This is just perfect all around, color and formula. Very comfortable to wear, lasts (on me) longest of all other glosses I have ever used (I consider this to be more of a liquid lipstick, it's very pigmented and more subtly glossy than flat out shiny), creamy, not sticky, not drying, and makes my lips look fuller. Color is just right, MLBB, perfect balance of pink and brown, not too warm, not too cool, not too light or too dark. I tried all the high end and low end lip products that are supposed to be YLBB, and haven't found any that work for me as well as this. Very versatile, can't think of an occasion this wouldn't be right for. Very classy. Perfect for a job interview, or to pair with a smokey eye, first date, because it makes you look great without seeming like you are trying too hard, wedding, funeral, anything really.
By the way, I tried Praline glossimer, which is supposed to be a European version of Giggle, or so I was told, and didn't like it. That balance of neutral pink and brown that makes Giggle so right for me wasn't there. It was a little too dark and too pink, made my lips look rosy, and this wasn't what I was looking for.
I was itching to try a Chanel Glossimer but didn't want to pay $$ for something I might not like. I received this in a swap and I'm very delighted with the performance. The formula of glossimers are thick and a bit sticky. Some may not like the formula of these but I do. They remind me of Lorac glosses. I found that the glossimer formula is moisturizing on the lips and has decent staying power. The color Giggle is a cool toned dusty pink that is pretty close to MLBB. There are no sparkles or frost in this shade which is nice. I find Giggle to be a little sheer. I needed 3 layers to cover my lip color (so 1 lippie off for that). Overall, I'm impressed though. Now that I had a taste of glossimers, I want more!
My HG MLBB gloss. The formula is not too slippery but not too tacky. It's extrmelely moisturizing and makes my lips look pouty and filled in. It's a muavy-rose with no shimmer or glitter. It's highly pigmented but not so pigmented that you couldn't apply it easily. One of my top 5 glosses. I would cry if Chanel discontinued this!
This is a gorgeous mauvey-pink tone on my lips--very natural looking as my lips are quite pigmented to begin with. I love that this gloss is opaque like a liquid lipstick, but is not heavy. It does not go on milky or settle into lip lines as most creme lipglosses tend to have. The forumla is superb in that it is not sticky, not overly glossy (like vinyl--ew), is moisturizing and lasts a long time. The finish is very lady-like and not like a gloss a young pre-teen would wear.
With most glosses or even lipsticks for that matter, I cannot simply re-apply after eating or when it starts to fade. I usually have to prep my lips with a chapstick, balm or something to add moisture otherwise my lips tend to flake. I do not need to that with this gloss which is an absolute dream. At $30 CDN, I am sad that I wasted money on other department store glosses within the same price range that are not even comparable in quality---I'm looking at you Lancome.
P-R-E-T-T-Y. A slightly warmed up mauve that looks like my lips but sweeter and not in a sugary or adolescent way. This plays off any type of makeup colour or application. It looks great when doing a natural look or when you go to town with the paints. Being promoted with the 2011 Fall colours.