I'm not a huge lipgloss fan, but wanted to try these. I have creme brulee. From swatching other colours in the store, they seem quite pigmented for a gloss. They're not sticky, which I think is why they don't last very long (lasted about 1.5 hours on me). I'll probably get some of the other colours to try. They didn't amaze me, but they're a nice gloss.. I just wish they lasted longer.
I absolutely love these. Like, way more than I was expecting and way more than a large majority of my HE glosses. These are creamy, smooth, non sticky, add the perfect amount of color and smell amazing. Not to mention how blown away I am with Tiramisu being the absolute perfect nude for me when 95% of nude lip colors wash me out completely. These leave my lips feeling moisturized and smooth and last a decent amount of time for a gloss. Amazing.
OMG this has become my favorite gloss! I own Guerlain, Lancôme, Dior, Chanel glosses, and this one is by far better (and 10 times cheaper!).
I got the Maple Blondie one, and it is a yummy shiny light pink on my lips. Not overly glossy, just enough glow to look natural. It feels silky and buttery soft while applying, and it stays feeling that way for a long time. I'm actually impressed with its lasting power, because it's not that sticky and I would have guessed it would last maybe an hour or so, but nope...it lasts 3-4 hours on me!
The scent is also subtle but candy-like and very appealing.
And best of all, my lips stay moisturized and soft! While Guerlain's glosses for example dry my lips out, this gloss acts like a balm and never lets any dryness creep in.
I will most definitely buy more, I have at least 2 or 3 other shades in mind :)
Love these glosses. I find myself reaching for them whenever I'm looking for a subtle and fresh-looking accent to a natural look. These are true glosses, not a liquid lipcolor masquerading as a gloss like Revlon Colorburst (which I also love) and some others that are out there. But they are good, true glosses that feel light and moisturizing on the lips. So far, I have Maple Blondie and Cherry Pie, but I am definitely thinking of getting more. Maple Blondie is a nice light peachy pink that goes on sheer but still noticeable, might be a MLBB for some people, for me it's a bit lighter than my lips in almost a 60s-mod way, but it's glossy so of course it doesn't look that mod. I wish that I could find this color in a matte form actually!! But it's very nice. Cherry Pie is a sheer, juicy cherry red that is a very wearable daytime red for pretty much any skin tone. I'm very fair and I love it. It's bright but not garish. At only $5 I would definitely recommend these!
I have all shades and every single one offers a nice amount of pigmentation and works well on my pigmented lips. The fragrance smells yummy and the texture does indeed feel super creamy.....like butter. I hope NYX plans on introducing new shades in the future. I definitely plan on being a repeat purchaser of these beauties.
I tend to stay away from lip glosses nowadays -- lately I'm all about moisturizing lipsticks or stains. However, because I heard so many great things about the NYX Butter Glosses, I decided to pick one up (and if I didn't like it, I was only out five bucks). The one I chose was Creme Brulee, a natural nudish pink. I thought it'd be more nude rather than pink because of the name and packaging, but the color appears as more of a baby pink on my lips. No biggie...it's still a nice color. The formula is comfortable and buttery, almost slick. Because of its thin formula, it tends to wear off within a half hour, which is to be expected for a gloss anyway. Coverage is semi-sheer but can be built up slightly -- don't expect full on color here. Also, the smell is wonderful, kinda like strawberry marshmallows. I'd repurchase.
Decent every day gloss with gorgeous colours. I have Apple Strudel which is a light, pale coral peach (they generally look nothing like their names).
Texture is non sticky but not long lasting either, maybe 30 mins.
I think I paid about $5 or $6AUD on Cherryculture.
Wish they were longer lasting but you can't really expect that from a gloss unless it claims that.
I now own 3 of these glosses, in the aforementioned Apple Studel, Eclair (a light pink with slight purple undertones) and Creme Brule (pink toned light nude).
NYX is now available at Target in Australia (selected stores I'm assuming but there are a few in Melbourne) and I have a new found appreciation for them.
These glosses are non shimmery cream glosses which make them very easy to wear and layer. They all smell delicious, like vanilla cream pie and are moisturising. I'm raising my rating as these are very versatile and I don't mind replying something so comfortable and creamy.
They're very moisturizing on the lips and give a nice pigmented color pay off. They all smell the same to me. But others have told me that they have a taste? To me, they have no taste (which is fine). And they come in a nice assortment of colors. Cute packaging
The hype on these glosses is NOT overstated. Loving the two I bought over even the Megashine glosses right now. The color payoff is great for a gloss, it feels truly buttery and smooth without caking in lines or being tacky, moisturizes very well, the smell and taste are nice, and the price is great. While the line has a slightly limited color selection, there are plenty of colors without going too dark and entering that strange lipgloss land where dark colors are either extra-dry or actually go on more sheer.
I love these glosses and will replace these when they run out. These will even replace my other lipglosses that just weren't moisturizing enough. I think these will be a great choice for winter weather.
I love these! The colors are wonderful and they all smell delicious! NYX does not test on animals which is a big plus for me and they are inexpensive. I have Vanilla Cream Pie and Apple Streudel and I plan on getting more. The only con is that they are sold without any type of box or security casing so anybody could just test it out and try it on in the store and put it right back on the shelf.