|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I like this one third best of all the Ilia conditioners. It is a mauve pink on my lips, on the lighter side of pink, but not bright like my RMS lip shine in Sublime. It's a more serious, sophisticated, and mature pink. I like it a lot. It's perfect for work.
I don't like the Ilia conditioner formulas better than the RMS lip shine formulas because they just aren't as moisturizing. This is obvious since the RMS lip shines are not sticks (they're in pots), so they can have more oil to wax.
At $24 a pop (just raised to $26), they are not cheap. I can get my RMS lip shines with free shipping and a 20% off coupon at dermstore, but for these you have to pay the full price. It's a shame they are so expensive. It'd be nice if they were a reasonable $15.
The other thing I like about my RMS lip shine is that it leaves behind a beautiful stain. Once this is gone, it's gone. You just don't get as much for your money.
Bang Bang - love it, nice pop of red, but not too bright (#2)
Dizzy - least favorite, too orange-y
Shell Shock - reminds me of RMS Lip2Cheek in Modest, only less orange
Blossom Lady - a favorite, mauve pink (#3)
Arabian Knights - a mature red/burgundy, too aging for me
Nobody's Baby - nude pink (#1)
Crimson & Clover - too bright red, too cool toned for me - a blue red, not yellow red
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am a huge fan of ILIA Beauty, and own several of their tinted lip conditioners. Blossom Lady is one of my favorites. It's a sheer babrbie pink that lightly stain the lips. It feels amazing on my lips, it's moisturizing and comfortable. No need to wear lip balm under it, or lip gloss on top! Highly recommend.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this lip conditioner. It's creamy and moisturizing and goes on like a dream. It stays put and doesn't feel greasy like most other organic lipsticks I tried. I have shellshock and blossom lady and like them both. The colours are sheer but buildable perfect for day and night wear. My lips are dry and this gives them good mousture. The packaging is pretty too, again a change from other organic lipproducts. It tastes/smells great of jadmin/orange/vanilla. I can't get enough of it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I thought this was a lipstick, not a lip conditioner, but I think it's meant to be both. The ingredients are organic and natural, which is important to me because when I put something on my lips every day, I'm bound to ingest it. However, it's equally important to me that the product works.
The formula is creamy, but not glossy. It actually looks sort of matte. A good lip product for people who want to wear matte lipstick but can't because it looks too flaky. I wouldn't call it a lip treatment, mostly just a sheer, buildable lipstick. If you want to moisturize, I'd just put on a lip balm instead for better hydration.
I absolutely love Blossom Lady. It's a pink rose color. A great everyday color for year round, but especially spring. It reminds me of Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in Boy, but a tad more pink.
I have hit the jackpot with Ilia lip products-- organic, effective, beautiful color. I want to order every color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is good as a sheer lipstick, but I won't use this instead of a lip balm, which was what I had in mind when I bought it. It definitely is moisturizing, but not as well as a lip balm. (I still need to use a lip balm underneath, or else my lips get chapped if I keep reapplying only this)
Colors are fabulous. I only have Blossom Lady, which is a very neutral light-ish pink, with no cool or warm undertone. Now, I would love to try other colors if it wasn't for its horrible taste. It tastes rubbery and plasticky and I find it very unpleasant to wear.
1. colors are great (neutral tones, sheer but buildable)
2. not as moisturizing as a lip balm (personally for me)
3. tastes horrible