I got this in Pomegranate and it is a gorgeous colour. It really is pretty. I also like that it is a squeeze applicator. That being said, I don't understand why the word 'very moisturizing' pops up in many of the reviews. There is nothing moisturizing about this product. It's sticky, tacky. The only way I can think of how to describe the stickiness... think of sucking on a lollipop and rolling it around your lips and wait for 5 secs before smacking em. Yeah... that sticky. Having to drag your hair away from your lips is so not sexy... especially when there's colourful streak marks across your cheek.
Perhaps the lip butters in the small circular containers are better, but I dont think that I'll be trying them out. The glaze turned me off.
Eh, to me these are not as good as the lip butter in the jar. They are okay but the formula is more of a glaze. I use the butter at night for moisturizing, I think this one might be more convenient on the go for a daytime tinted balm, but I prefer the other one overall.
I would say the packaging is cute and simple for on the go, the only con about this product is it's price. It's quite pricey. The pomegranate lip butter glaze is my favorite gloss of all time! It provides a really nice coral color to my lips and it also provides just enough shine! :) I usually don't like using lip glosses since I feel like it makes my lips look oily, but with the lip butter glaze, I don't feel that way. It moisturizes my lips as well! My lips look so plump and healthy! I love this and I'd totally repurchase! Definitely would like to try more shades~!
As far as Korres' comparable lip products go, I prefer the glaze to the lip butter. It's thicker in consistency, stays on my lips longer, and isn't as shiny. I don't really like using squeeze tubes, so I squeeze the product onto my ring finger and then dab on my lips, blot with a tissue to make it more of a stain, and top with any lip balm. The scent is soft and lovely, and I've gotten several complements from friends I've applied this in front of. I love this product and will repurchase in the future!
The only downside to this product, I think, is the expectations that come from being named a "Lip Butter Glaze." I'm a Korres Lip Butter fan, and upon hearing that they were coming out with the glazes (not in a pot, yay! in a squeezy tube, YAY!) I was jumping for joy. However, these really are NOT the same. They are very nice, moisturizing, pigmented glosses, but truly are NOT Lip Butters in a tube. My main disappointment comes from the fact that all Lip Butter Glazes (at least the ones I have -- Jasmine, Pomegranate, Quince, Raspberry) are all vanilla-scented. Had they kept the same scents as the Lip Butters, these would have been absolutely perfect.
I think these are great. I don't understand the negative reviews. My lips look pinker and fuller with this on. Its moisturizing, too.
I had hoped that the Korres lip glazes would be the same as the potted lip butters, except in a squeeze tube. I was wrong. This is a very different product. It is very thick and it applies heavily from the tube. It is also much more brightly pigmented. So it's heavy and bright and not very natural looking at all.
It has a nice scent and not any flavor to speak of. It leaves my lips feeling moisturized and soft. I'd love it if it didn't leave my lips looking like a goopy pink mess...But I was hoping for light and sheer. I was disappointed. I won't say it's a bad product, but it's certainly not the product I'd thought it would be.
I love Korres' pomegranate lip butter in the little pot. I love the tint, the formula, the lasting power, everything. As someone on an obsessive quest for the perfect tinted lip balm, that product was a wonderful find . . . except for the pot packaging, which I find extremely bulky, unhygienic, and irritating. I waited for a stick or tube version of the product to emerge with bated breath and was super excited when the lip butter glazes finally arrived in the US. I was sure that I would love this product and that it would be my trusty sidekick whenever I left the house. Well . . . not so much. I'm disappointed that this isn't the exact same formula as the pot version, since I love the gel-like slip of the potted balm. Instead, this is slightly stickier and heavier on the lips. Still, however, it feels quite nice, lasts a long time, and I love the slight vanilla scent of these products even more than the fruity pomegranate scent of the potted version. BUT, I have a major issue with the application and tint of the product. The squeeze tube and plastic slanted tip applicator make it difficult to get a smooth application of the product, and, what makes me most disappointed, is that this product is far more pigmented than the potted version. Maybe others will like this. Maybe it's just a question of using more product due to the packaging. But this tints my lips far more coral-red than I would like. While the potted version offers a sheer, subtle pop of natural color, this product is goopier, heavier, and far more obvious on my lips. I wear it over a balm to use it up and this looks nice, but I feel like I can layer any pinkish-coral lipstick over balm and get the same effect. Overall, this product is decent, but, given the potential and my expectations, I'm disappointed and won't repurchase.