|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I actually bought this product at Sephora as this line is being discontinued from where I am. It was on sale/clearance and bought it on a whim. The color is somewhat corally, similar to what the previous post describes it. I find the consistency to be not bad but the wand applicator seems to be a bit thinner compared to other lip gloss wands. The sponge part is thinner, but this isn't a big issue for me as my lips are thin. I didn't really detect a smell to this lip gloss so that wasn't a problem. I don't always wear lip sticks under my lip gloss either so a little shimmer is good enough for me. It moisturizes my lips for a while so it's not drying. It does not feel tacky/sticky after I apply it either. Overall, for the original price, I wouldn't buy it, but since mine was on clearance, it's not bad.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
-I quite like glosses with wand applicators but this just wasn't cute. The sponge tip didnt grab as much product as I had hoped and I still don't see the point of having the TimeStrip in the lid/cap.
-I didnt detect a scent. A bit play-doh-y maybe? Not bad. I don't smell anything once it's on my lips.
-Whistler is a peachy-gold-nude shade with very tiny shimmer to it. it's similar to MAC Love Nectar but even that gives the lips a bit of lustre and colour. This is sheer and nude and didn't look like I had anything on my lips but a bit of shine.
-Thin. You really have to layer this if you want any sort of shine and product to get onto your lips. I couldn't get enough product onto the sponge so I had to use the sides of the wand applicator to goop it on :(
-It does keep lips moisturised for a while (2 hours at the most), I'll give it that. But that's about it. It's not anything special. I might as well be wearing Carmex (without the scent).