Jesse's Girl • Liquid Glass Lip Gloss • Lip Gloss
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I absolutely love this lip gloss!!!! I would really actually classify this as a liquid lipstick because the color payoff is amazing and the color I got was HIGHLY pigmented. The feeling on the lips is really nice and does not feel sticky at all which is a huge plus because I hate sticky lip glosses.
I got the color Scarlet Fever and I gotta say this is hands down the best red lip gloss I have ever owned! This color is highly pigmented and like I said wears more like a liquid lipstick, the color is this amazingly beautiful blood red that offers major drama for a fabulous night out on the town. I love this lip gloss because it offers the pigmentation of a lipstick and the gloss and shine of a lip gloss so it's the best of both worlds.
If you are not into reds they have a whole range of colors so I'm sure you'll find one you like. The formula isn't super long lasting although it does last a while and it has a very light vanilla scent which is pleasant and not at all overpowering. I highly recommend this product and it really lives up to its name it really is like liquid glass. Love this!!!!!
***please note these lip glosses used to have a brush applicator which I did not care for as much but the newer ones have the sponge tip applicator which is much better in my opinion so look out for those***
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I picked up one of these in Sweet Dreams in the short square tube, which is a shimmery plummy-pink (more plum than pink, and definitely on the cool side) with slight shimmery microglitter (but not nearly as bad as the majority of their line this way, meaning it doesn't look like craft glitter suspended in gloss). The scent reminds me of MAC Lipglass, that same type of vanilla. Other than that, the resemblence ends because these are not sticky and in fact, they're quite smooth and do seem more like a liquid lipstick than a gloss becuase there is also decent pigment for a gloss, in the shade I have, anyway. Lasting power is so-so, same as any gloss and the glitter does literally stick around after the gloss has worn off but not to the point you can't get it off or looks horrible. I like the one I have but can't say I'll buy another because none of the other shades appealed to me at all. They were either too light and frosty, too glittery, or simply too OTT bright. I might try the clear next time I'm in the market for a clear gloss because I do like the smallish-sized tube and these are cheap with my RA 20% off but otherwise too limited in shade selection. I always wonder how much longer this brand is going to be around because I never see anyone look at much less buy it, and other than this one gloss, a couple of the loose eye shadow pigments, and the eye primer, nothing stands out and they never seem to have anything new. I can think of a lot of brands I'd love to see in that spot, but oh well. I'll just have to keep dreaming that NYX will make it to my friendly neighborhood RA in it's place :)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
Picked up this gloss for $3.99 on a whim in Blossom, a deep rose with gold frost. I swatched it on my hand when I got home, and the next morning could still see traces of the pigment, even after a shower. On the lips the color payoff is excellent, though it doesn't stain the way it did on my hand. The texture is incredibly smooth and entirely non-sticky. In fact, I'd classify it more as a liquid lipstick than a gloss, as it's more shiny than glossy. This suits me fine. It's got a light vanilla scent but no taste. It lasts decently, for a gloss product, but I did have to reapply several times throughout the day to keep it even. Nice product, definitely more to it than meets the price point.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Horrific packaging. Don't let its appearance fool you. The product WILL squeeze out every time you twist the cap back on. Everything it touches will have traces of pink glitter. Not worth my $1.99.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have this in "Electric Rose". It's a red, insanely glittery, lip gloss.
The lasting power is amazing, and what really has me hooked is the color payoff. I mean...WOW.
Though it doesn't look too bright in the photos above, this lip gloss is BRIGHT!
The only con I have is that I'm an NW20, and "Electric Rose" makes me look *horrible*. Even the pink lip gloss is too coral against my skin.
Would I buy again? That depends. I would if they made a light pink shade. If I ever see one of those amongst the shelves, then hell yeaaa.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this on a whim while at Rite Aid today, for $4.99. It's a Uber-Shimmery fuschia lip gloss that just had me mesmerized, which is a mean feat since I generally loathe lip gloss. But I couldn't leave this behind. I haven't even seen MAC glosses that are this shimmery. What is trippy is that it's even sparklier on than it is in the tube. It's not gloopy, and has no scent. All of the shades are pink for some reason, and none of them have names. Or numbers. I noticed this about their nail polish, too. What's up with that? I definitely want a backup of this; something tells me that it's LE.