|Would buy this product again.||87%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Tan, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
My fav Tom Ford lipstick. Amazing colour, I get so many compliments. For reference I am NC30 of Indian origin. TF makes the BEST lipsticks next to Suqqu. Despite having cartloads of Channels, Diors etc. once I tried TF I cannot look at any other brand again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love the creamy creamy texture of the lipstick, love the beautiful packaging! Never tried a lipstick this smooth before and I'm glad to say that my money was actually well spent. It was indeed expensive but I haven't tried a lipstick like it before (tried Chanel, Dior, Nars, Giorgio Armani, Mac, Estee Lauder). Nonetheless, does anyone know the 'period after opening' for TF lipsticks in general? Looked all around the box and the lipstick itself but I just couldn't find anything that states its life or PAO! Anyone knows?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Firstly, the packaging is my favourite of all my lipsticks, it is incredibly sturdy but elegant. Secondly, this is probably my favourite lipstick that I own. I'd heard good things about Tom Ford lipsticks and finally picked one to try... and it's like Cherry Lush was made for me.
It is pigmented, creamy and glides on beautifully with a bit of a sheen (not super glossy). It feels quite moisturising. And it has staying power. I applied one coat of Cherry Lush (with no lip liner or lip primer) and went out to dinner and checked afterwards - it looked pristine.
I have since found that if I apply it then eat something needing larger bites, that a little bit of the lipstick does transfer onto my chin (my lips are quite full). Usually, if I blot my lip a bit beforehand, it won't transfer.
Cherry Lush is a gorgeous colour, very true to its name and a great red for those that want to wear a red without going too bold and matte. It's also incredibly easy to apply - a lip brush is not necessary if in a rush, as it just glides on so smoothly.
It is on the expensive side (twice the price of my Illamasqua and MAC lipsticks), but definitely worth it as a luxury item. When I run out, I will be buying another one.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I tried two Tom Ford Lipsticks and I'm rather thankful I hated both of them. One was Cherry Lush and the other was Pink Dusk. Both were awful and I promptly sent them back. The CL was so drying. The Pink Dusk was totally differently - like apply clay to my lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Brown
The formulation of this lipstick is very opaque and smooth. It is not drying and last for 3-5 hours even through eating. The color itself, is a flattering strawberry red. The color is flattering on both warm and cool skin tones. for example, I am an NC35 in MAC. The packaging is very beautiful and looks and feels expensive. The price is a bit steep for me but the color is so flattering. I also found that this red lipstick DID NOT BLEED! i wore it without lip liner all day and it did not budge. It also fades to a very beautiful stain and is not patchy or awkward.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I own 4 of these lip sticks and I love them!! They're moisturizing and they do last for a good amount of time. The only downfall is the price.....$45 bucks each... I know you will ask is it worth it?? Its just like asking someone is a Louis Vuitton or Chanel bag worth the price?? Probably not, but its just so luxurious to have..The packaging is very chic.. But just like anything high end product, we are just paying more for the Label then the actual product.. Vanilla suede is a very unique color, but be warned it is not for all skin tones.
I own Cherry Lush, Smoke Red, Dusk Pink and Vanilla Suede, and I do have to work with Vanilla suede to look good with my skin tone. Remember this a luxurious item..
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I hate to love this lipstick but I do. At $45 a pop, it had better perform miracles. Unfortunately, it does and that's why I've got three of them (Cherry Lush, Smoke Red and Warm Sable). My biggest problem with Nars is that while I love the opaque colors and the staying power of the mattes, they're ridiculously drying. The Tom Ford lipsticks are richly pigmented, look mostly matte on me, last forever and are still non-drying and actually, seem to be quite moisturizing for my lips.
Cherry lush is a cool red and it makes my teeth look really white. I've had it on for hours with two cups of coffee and a can of Sprite Zero. I usually can't keep lipstick on when I'm drinking coffee. I'm justifying it by figuring that if I have to reapply other lipsticks three times as often, it really works out to $15 instead of $45 (ha ha). of course, I'm too lazy to reapply other lipsticks that often so it's a bogus comparison, although it's nice to be able to keep some color on my lips most of the time.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was at Saks last Friday and decided to have a look at Tom Ford's new line of lipsticks. After trying on a few, I settled on Pink Dusk (which I will review separately) and this one, Cherry Lush.
Just a few comments first: all of the lippies in this line are very pigmented and opaque. They are somewhat creamy, though do not give the same amount of "slip" as YSL Rouge Volupte. The pigmentation is much denser than Chanel Rouge Cocos -one swipe will really get the full color payoff. The color you see in the tube is the color you get on your lips. My natural lip color, which is pretty pink, did not show through even the nude color he has in this line. The finish is a demi-matte - which works well for the color choices. Also, these are very long-lasting without being drying.
The rectangular white enamel packaging is quite elegant and substantial feeling (ie. Heavy) in the hand. I do wish it had a magnetic closure, like the Guerlain Rouge G's, Armani Rouge D'Armani's, etc. That would have made it more luxurious. This lippie retails for $45, which is the same as the aforementioned Guerlain.
Now, onto Cherry Lush. The color is a cool-toned, bright cherry red color. I mean BRIGHT. This color is not for the faint of heart. It has some very minimal pearl - not so much for shimmer, but more for color dimension, if that makes sense. My lips look very full and luscious with this lippie. I was able to wear it without a liner, and experienced minimal to no bleeding around the lipline. Now, I do have to mention that this can pull a bit fuschia depending on the lighting, so if you work better with warm reds, you may want to try another shade.
Overall, I am quite pleased with this lipstick, and would repurchase again if I ran out.