I've been using this lipgloss since the 5th grade, I buy lots of other lipglosses but in the end I always end up buying this one again.
I'm so pale I'm almost transparent and this gloss still looks great, it looks equally great when I tan.
Unfortunately, not only do I think it tastes great but my DOG thinks its tastes great too and can sniff it out anywhere. Here's hoping they come out with one in a dog-proof container.
This was my staple lip product in high school, and I randomly picked up another one of these babies the other day. I think they might have changed the formula a bit, because I don't remember it being so pale, but I still love it! It smells and tastes great, feels nice on my lips, and gives a great finish. A definite repurchase!
Great lip gloss, not sticky at all very smooth, and has a great cappuccino scent, looks great over a nude lipstick
Being a lipgloss girl who does not always want a huge amount of color this is one of my fav buys! I have bought many and they smell that Cappuccino and they work well giving me that nice gloss and sheer and does not get sticky which I really love!
I revisited this color after a long hiatus...not sure why I even stopped purchasing. Perhaps I colored my hair a few different times and figured I'd try some more pigmented shades. But, after going back to this recently, I have to say: "Is this lippie for REAL? I must be dreaming!!" It's sooooo wonderful! The color right out of the tube looks like something that would make your lips and face look dead... but oh contraire. I have very pigmented, FULL lips, dk blonde hair, blue-grey eyes and this gloss is seriously the best. Lips look natural and it's my favorite nude for sure. A GEM of a product that everyone should have--if not to wear alone, to compliment a lipstick you already own or tone down that obnoxious pink you might have.
This made me look kind of dead (as do most nude gloss/lipsticks). I wanted to love it (it is cheap and reminds me of the sixth grade) but alas, the color just isn't great (its a nudey-brown). It goes on really uneven and just kind of sits there without smoothing out. It also has that strong synthetic smell/taste. It's just not a very flattering color (and likely wouldn't look good on a lot of people). I think for a similar price you can get much better glosses (like Revlon glosses).
This is one of my holy grail lip products. It's just a great, inexpensive gloss. Smooth, not sticky, sweet smelling and tasting. I find this to be a very wearable nude.
I've been looking for this based on reviews here for awhile, finally found it at walmart last night. Snatched it up and I adore this, it is my new fav lipgloss in my stash. I am already a fan of bonne bell products, but the smell of this reminds me of another vanilla product (I think it was called vanilla frosting) bonne bell made years ago but quit making. It is the same exact scent. This doesn't really smell anything like cappuccino in my mind, more like yellow cake batter. And it looks sooo pretty on the lips. It's sheer, but with some color, sorta a mauvey brown nude color. Will stock up next time I see it.
I bought this in a moment of nostalgia and in hopes of a milky, mocha-vanilla color. However, there was nothing to like about this product beyond the nostalgia factor. The smell was disgustingly sweet (synthetic coffee/candy smell), the taste was plastic and my lips looked dry and dead. I think this lipgloss would only work well on very moisturized, pigmented lips. I have very pale pink lips to begin with so when I put thus on, instead of a milky nude, my lips looked like the lips of a corpse bride.
The only plus was that it was relatively cheap, so I don't have to force myself to finish this. Think carefully before you buy this!
i love mac florabundance gloss but its so $$$. I wear nude lips all the time so i needed a gloss to put over it. this smells like a mix of coffee & cake batter. its not that pigmented so i have to layer it which sucks, but this gloss is so cheap && non sticky that i cant complain. not a fan of the packaging since i like flashy things continued >>