Don't really like this gloss--it's a nude/pink shimmery gloss but a little too frosty for my liking.
I got this in a set with the Kitten eye shadow. I fell in love with the eye shadow and I expected that this would be just as good. This gloss's color is nothing like the eye shadow. I find this is more gold then champagne. The gloss itself is pretty mediocre. It goes on very gloppy, partly because of the applicator and does not smooth in very well. I don't like the stickiness of this gloss, it is a little bit like Lancome's Juicy Tubes. There really was nothing that I liked about this gloss. It is such an overpriced product and it will more then likely end in the trash.
this is an okay lip gloss. nothing special about the color. i expected it to look like a champagne nude on my lips, but my lips still look pink from my natural lip pigmentation with just a slight goldish champagne sheen. i like the packaging though, with the nice click pen. i own 8 others of these stila lip glazes and the others have good pigmentation.
My skin tone is dark so I thnk that this worn alone is not suitable but when I pair it with coral or muted pink lipstick it works. I love the consistency of it. I could do without the sparkles but it is not gritty. What I love about this the most is the staying power. It stays on my lips even after I've eaten ot drink something which is Amazing..... It is not too sticky but it is kind of heavy, you do feel it on yor lips. The color is very opaque and not sheer at all. Very pigmented gloss but not too powereful or overwhelming. It gives just the right and manageable amount of color upon application.I love stila lip glazes. The ones I've tried out are great.
Hmm.. I like this lip glaze despite the mixed reviews. The texture is nice and thick, without being stricky, the color is truly a glaze, it gives me a shiny glow to my already pigmented lips. I think in the sun it would be even nicer with the peachy gold shimmer. I like the MLBB look, and this fits right in. I have not tried it on top of other colors- I think a little dab in the center of the lip though would be just the highlight some lip colors need.
i got this lipgloss in a stila holiday set that came with eight lipglosses. this is the first of the set that i've finished, and i've got to say that i was very disappointed. the lipgloss was nothing more that a clear with a bit of gold shimmer thrown in for good measure. luckily i bought the whole lipgloss set for $25, but i would never pay full price for the original size of this gloss. better to go get a three dollar dupe at the drugstore. kitten was less than mediocre.
This is a really beautiful color. It's a golden, peachy pink. I think it's perfect for the summer months when you want light makeup and a bit of a glow. I was surprised to see that it falls under the Kitten line, because it doesn't really look like the kitten shadow or smudge pot. It's a bit darker and more peachy than the shadows are golden. Beautiful color, I'll be trying to wear it every day, but we'll see, as I tend to skip lip gloss on accident : /
I got this in a Kitten gift set for the holidays. It isn't really like the shadow. Actually it reminds me more of Stila's Wheat shadow not Kitten. Its a pinkish nude color with gold flecks. Its a very versatile color one of my favorite lip glazes. The packaging is the same as all stila glazes. The turn up thing can be a little slow but its awesome for travel. The brush doesn't shed or warp. And it is really sanitary which is always a plus!
This is a very interesting color..It looks like a goldish baby pink in the container, but comes out more of just a nude. It smells like vanilla, which I like. The brush applicator is nice, but sometimes releases too much product. Overall this is a pretty, natural gloss that I really like! (:
I received Stila's "Kitten" Lip Glaze as a free GWP from the Beauty.com website. I've used the "Kitten" shadow pan (awesome) and I've used the "Kitten" liquid shadow "wash" (pretty good, but the shadow-pan is best).
My conclusions: "Kitten" is a great shimmery-champagne neutral that can look pretty on a lot of different skin tones and may be layered at varying intensities to achieve different effects, which makes it a versatile product for eyes.
As a lip color, "Kitten" leaves a lot to be desired. This gloss is more opaque than usual, it's slightly thick (but not uncomfortably gloppy), and it's fairly shimmery. In fact, its shimmery enough that you'll need a primer on your lips, lest the shimmer settle unattractively into the natural folds and creases of your lips.
This color is ideal if you're trying to achieve a nude, champagne colored lip as a foil for very smoky and/or colorful eyes. It probably works well over a more opaque nude or neutral lipstick--you know, to add some 'dimension' and keep a nude lip from becoming "chalky"
If you're looking for a sunny, golden "lit-from-within" lip that radiates some of your mouth's true color while burnishing it with a peachy-golden gleam, this is NOT the color for you.
Unfortunately, the latter is the look I tend to favor, so Kitten Lip Glaze won't be on my "favorites" list.
The packaging. Stila. Oh, Stila. Stila, Stila, Stila....I've never been a big fan of the way any of Stila's products are packaged, and this gloss proves the rule rather than the exception. The click-to-dispense applicator is maddening. The brush that is integrated into the wand permanently, rendering it impossible to clean is unsanitary and unappealing and worst of all, not even of good quality.
All in all, it's a nice component for assembling a nude lip, Stila has kept the "Kitten" shade very faithful to every other iteration of "Kitten" in the line, making it consistent and dependable in hue, but I would never spend money to own it.