I like these a lot; I especially adore the Bloom color, it's a great, soft, luminous red. I would not suggest that anyone spend a lot of money in the hopes of significantly plumping their lips with a topical solution, but as far as providing smooth, long-lasting moisture and decreasing lip lines, this stuff cannot be beat. It is the only product I have found that really moisturizes my very dry lips for many hours, and that also has lots of pigment, AND is not sticky or waxy, or laden with fake fruity scent. I love it, am on my 3rd tube--and each tube lasts many months. I have not experienced any tingling or sting, sometimes I can feel my lips pulse a little (weird but not too weird), but that doesn't happen each time I use it.
This gloss feels nice on my lips and moisturizes well and does actually plump my lips but the effect is VERY temporary. The plumping effect only lasts for about an hour on me. Just not worth the expensive price tag.
Doesn't plump my lips. at all. Nice colors, but for the price it should've atleast plumped a little...
i got this in clear. it doesn't make my lips look any plumper or anything like that, but i do like the texture, and generally use it to moisturize my lips before i put lipstick on. so it's ok for that purpose but i wouldn't buy it.
Big juicy lips?
Yes, thats exactly what Lipfusion gives minus the stinging and pain of other lip plumpers.
It contains collagen this way it actually goes in and fills the lips up, not irritating them to the point where they puff up and your lips go numb.
I especailly love that it lasts for hours, so you can only apply it once a day if need be and then use another gloss later.
I use the shade Sweet its nice and sheer with no real colour to it. The shine is nice, the texture not so bad, kinda sticky but worth it for the plumping factor.
I would buy again, but hopefully i wont because it is sooo expensive.
This product did nothing for me or my mother. We bought it do to all the hype in the magazines. However my lips looked exactly the same. I did like the silky feel of the product, and it did not have a offensive odour like most lip plumping glosses do. However, for $30 it is not worth repurchasing. I layered it over my lip sticks to achieve a nice dewy look until the product ran out. I think I will take a hiatus from lip plumpers and instead treat my lips to buttery lip chaps.
I love Lip Fusion Lip Plumping Gloss for a number of reasons.
I already have full lips so I may be biased here since I didn't need a lot of plumping.
I purchased this to fill out fine lines on my lips for a more smooth lip look. This stuff is awesome. I love the fact that it is clear - if you have a lip liner that you love use it all over under this and you can have the MLBB look you have always wanted.
The only drawback (other than the huge price tag) is that there is a little sting, it is like a strong tingle - but it is nowhere nearly as bad as other lip plumpers I have tried which tend to feel like an allergic reaction.
Love love love this lip gloss!!! Smells divine and works like a dream! The little tingly feeling is this amazing product at work and I am left with sultry, shiny and plumped lips!
I have this in almost every colour and they all look so good!
I only wish they's lower the price, but hey, it is worth it.
So far this is one of the only plumping products that deliver's some plumping action. It's not transforming or magic by any stretch but then what lip plumper out there truly is the exception?? The price is completely ridiculous. But it's the one I always seem to come back to.
In my experience with fusion one must constantly apply this...day and night, in order to achieve any plumping effect. At least that has been my own personal experience with this product. It gives a numbing effect, not a stinging sensation. It is not overly sticky or thick in feeling/texture. It has a fair amount of staying power unless you are a Java and tea luver! ;-) I am both and so that is why I must apply allll the time! So for every dollar I continue to give FusionBeauty in purchasing there plumping lip products I should start keeping a record as I wonder just how much I have given and continue to give and what the difference when added up would have given me the opportunity/funds to have those lip injections, lol. ;-)
I can't believe I haven't reviewed this already. LipFusion and LipFusion XL lipglosses are my HG lipglosses. The main differences between the two are the scent (LipFusion XL smells like spearmint, while LipFusion has more of an almost fruity slightly herbal smell to it), texture (XL is less sticky and less thick), the color (XL is clear like ice, while LipFusion is white in the tube and applies transparent--with the tiniest hint of white if applied too thick on very pigmented lips), and of course the packaging (XL is in a shiny silver opaque tube, while Lipfusion is in a clear tube with a silver top/applicator.) I like both, but at the moment, I am only using the clear LipFusion.
I've never actually finished a tube of either. The first one I bought was a LipFusion in the shade Bare. It applied as a sheer, nude, coral, but after a few months to a year of use, I noticed that the color tended to migrate to the edges of my lips. I swapped that one away, half to a third full, out of a year of use. That being said, a tube will last you at least a year if not more (it was pretty much the only gloss I used for a year.)
My second purchase was a LipFusion XL package from Nordstrom. (Note: if you are ever going to spend that much on Lipfusion XL, buy it from Nordstrom since you can buy it for the same price in a package with a LipFusion lip plumper in a berry color. I think the shade was Smooch.) I gave my mother the berry shade since she likes them better than I do. I swapped my LipFusion XL after it was down to about 1/2-1/3 full, since I was tired of it and the scent.
Both kinds do a great job at moisturizing. I've always had somewhat full lips, but with LipFusion on, it makes my lips look lush and smoother. There is the slightest tingle when it's applied, but nothing like the burning feeling from Duwop's Lip Venom. I've also tried Lancome's Color Fever Plumper and prefer LipFusion because it doesn't have shimmer/glitter in to, plus the scent is much more subtle. LCFP has a strong fruit/spearmint scent to it that gets on my nerves sometimes. Compared to other lipglosses I've tried (Duwop, Juicy Tubes, MAC lipglass, MOR gelato, Bloom, NARS, Chanel Glossimers, Clinique Super Balm & Glosswear--old formula, Dior Ultra Gloss, Stila lip glaze, Bourjois--hated the rose smell, Tarte Inside Out, Philosophy Kiss Me, and Tony & Tina aromatherapy, just to name a few) this is my all time favorite lipgloss/lip plumper. Not because it plumps my lips up, or it gives color (because I don't really buy it for those reasons), but because I love the way it feels and looks on my lips. Natural, slightly plumper, with just the right amount of shine to give it that plush look. I also love the smell and the very slight sweet taste. To me, it is worth the price and I will most definitely repurchase. The one in clear I have right now was a gift, but it is my HG/go-to lipgloss. I do wish the price was less (even $26 would make me happy), but alas, it is $36 for a tube (more expensive than most high-end lipglosses.) At least it lasts awhile though. ;)