|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Of all the Labello lipbalms this is the only one I like. It doesn't dry out my lips and gives a subtle reddish color. The smell is also delicious. I'm glad they decided to reintroduce it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
So far I really like it. Gives a subtle hint of red, very subtle sparkle and some shine. And doesn't taste bad when I lick it! The scent isn't as sweet as I would like, but it's okay. Doesn't last too long but I don't mind re-applying often. Also stains my lips pink when it's gone. Would repurchase. =)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I adored the cherry flavoured Labello of the mid 2000's.
At the school I attended during my early teens, not even a hint of concealer on unsightly spots was permitted.
My Cherry Labello was my lip saviour. Its faint red tint revved up my rather flatly coloured lips without appearing too 'make up-like'.
Perhaps it's just me, but I'm rather disappointed with the Cherry Labello I recently purchased. (In fact, crestfallen aptly describes how I feel!)
This is in the sense that it doesn't seem to add much 'colour' to my lips the way it used to.
It's as if I'm applying a basic, colourless lip balm. I'd save my hard-earned pennies and use trusty Vaseline if that's all I expected of this lip balm.
I do concede that Labello's moisturising properties still pack a powerful punch and the cherry aroma is oh-so comforting.
O fellow Mua'ers...
What ever shall I do?
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is my pink best buddy. Chapped lips are not a problem anymore, it's very moisturizing and on top of everything- it smells and tastes great! I also love the light tint it gives to the lips. I always reach for it in those rush mornings when I don't really have time for finding a lip gloss. Its very easy to apply and has a silky soft texture. Sadly they don't sell it where I live, so always pack up on them when I go to a country where they do sell them :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
I prefer sweet smelling products on my lips than the classic version so this is really nice...a light red tint to it..and works well on chapped lips...but where I live, its quite hot out...so I need to reapply this frequently...not much of a prob..(it tastes good too!). Okay for a drugstore chapstick. Bobbi brown lip balm with SPF 15 lasts mucccchhh longer!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Blue
I became addicted to Labello many years ago, but I have long since favored the Original or the Hydro Care. I found good old Cerise rolling around in my stash the other day and decided to throw it in my bag. Immediately I regretted ever tossing it aside -- I actually love that it adds a slightly rosy red tint to your lips -- it's not too red or garish, but it is noticeable. I'm very fair, and it looks natural on me. I love finding new favorites that I already own! :)
For reference: NW5-10; NARS Siberia.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I've never been a fan of Labello. This was the first Labello I ever bought.
I love the smell, but all I can say about Labello lip balms is: "It's like putting grease on my lips." Yes it smells good, but it doesn't do much to my lips. All it does is make it red. That and its smell are probably the only pros of this product because this lip balm can be used as a soft make up on a late night or something.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Iīm love lipbalms... donīt know how many Labellos I bought and I never made it to use even one of them completely up, as I always lose them somewhere. But I always need a cherry Labello in my stash. Smells so yummy and though some donīt like it, Iīm very fond of the reddish tint. This lipbalm provides moisture and the lasting power is ok. Not too long but itīs ok.
The big downside of this is the typical labello-effect. It gives your lips good moisture but when you stop using it, your lips are dry.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
1.Price- REALLY cheap
2.Flavour- Nice scent but it gets kinda annoying with time
3. Color- I don't like the fact that it shows too reddish on my lips.
Staying power- not as long as the Original Blue one.
But oh well it's worth a try i guess?
Oh i almost forgot!
It's great for a simple night-makeup.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Like w/many Labello junkies, Cherry is my favorite. I know some people complained about it being too reddish, but it looks super natural on me and I'm very fair skinned, think it may have to do more w/lip color than face color. Actually, I sometimes add a layer of Lipstick Queen Medieval when I want to heighten the redness for a casual going out on Friday night in the summer.
I looove the smell of this. As my best friend said, it's like Cherry Labello is what you wished Cherry Chapstick would be when you were a little girl. I like that this gives a bit of sheen, but doesn't have the slick, heavy thing of gloss, which can feel like it's transferring all over the place and causes strands of hair to stick to lips w/car windows down. Really like the lightweight thing, after using Labello, but it spoils you: I find Smith's Rosebud, which I loved, too heavy after being spoiled w/great texture of Labello. Excepting LQ Medieval, I find it's best to apply Labello Cherry after lipstick if you're going to pair w/lipstick. However, stick to pairing Cherry w/red and reddish rose lipsticks, w/other lipstick colors like pink, it can change the color of the lipstick.
In terms of the transfer issue, I find waiting 5-10 minutes before eating or drinking after application helps decrease transfer factor. Even w/transfer factor, the actual amount that stays on your lips really lasts a long time. My husband is an RN in an ER and I gave some to one of his co-workers and she's loving it. Great for women who don't have a lot of powder room breaks at work. I've heard that this is a great "compromise" product for mothers to offer to daughters who want to wear makeup, but the mothers don't them to look too made up. If your daughter's skin color is such that this might appear too red, I'd suggest offering to the daughter Labello Velvet Rose. Interestingly, my husband's co-worker has reported that her adolescent daughter will try to snatch her Labello Cherry!
My one big complaint is price/availability for Americans. You can get it sporadically on ebay for far less mark up, but you can't count on ebay stuff being available all the time. With the few other places online where Labello Cherry is available for Americans, the mark up can be ridiculous, nearly nine bucks a tube. I don't get why this shade of Labello is so much harder to find for Americans when Cherry is often an especial favorite amongst Labello junkies.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I collect labello's and this one is my favorite. Cherry is just so nice. The only down side is that's a tinted labello. It does moisturise your lips all day long.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
This does a good job moisturizing my lips. Actually, I used to use it everyday a couple of years ago, but now the color seems to be a little bit too strong for me. I like lip balms with a hint of color (bright-watermelon-reddish --something like that XD), and I like to apply it every now and then throughout the day, to maintain a nice amount of moisture and color, but if apply this one frequently.. well, the color is just too hard and ends up feeling heavy.. overall is a good moisturizing and it works fine if you like evident deep red color in your lips. Plus, is cheap!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is the lipbalm I use most often, when I need a deep red color, something not too bright for the office. Flatters my coloring, and looks great when I'm wearing a dark green or brown top.:)
I use this as my 'lipstick'. It's a little greasy though so after I slick it on I just blot with a tissue, then dab a bit again on the middle of my lower lip.
It comes off easily but it's not too expensive, so I just reapply now and then. I don't think it lasts long enough on my lips for it to turn bright fuschia, as some other reviewers have commented.
Yummy cherry smell and taste.
Will definitely repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
They're a bit on the expensive side compared to other balms out there that work better. The tube is funky. The stick will eventually just get pushed down because the twisting mechanism isn't very sturdy and I don't like the long cap. Will not repurchase because there are better balms out there.
(I'm crossposting this because I find all the Labello balms in a stick to be the same.)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Silver Eyes: Brown
this one I use almost daily gives a slight cherry colour , pleasant mild cherry taste , keeps lips soft , good product , nice every day item to buy for daily use
TIP that which you save on expensive lipbalm by buying this you add to your cosmetics savings for that more expensive item on your wishlist
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
The tint of this balm makes me look clownish. If dabbed lightly, it leaves a nice flush colour on my lips, but I don't get the benefit of the moisturizing. I much prefer the Strawberry version of this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love cherry labello! First it has a great true cherry scent/flavor to it, even better than cherry chapstick (of which I am also a fan). It is moisturizing but not greasy, in a twist up tube so easy to tote and use. It does give my pigmented lips a bit of a cherry tint (neutral, like I've been eating a dark cherry popsicle) so that's nice as well. Great stuff. A bit pricey compared to other balm I'll admit but it was worth it for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
i don't know if i want to use Labello ever again but i love Labello cherry Lipbalm, it's so special and beautiful, wore it in greece holidays age: 17 years old and MAYBE with 15 and maybe 14 too, in the city and going out daytime and evening, night, after night very clean i was always very happy using it and looked magically lovely nice? beautiful
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
As a lipbalm, is ehh... okay, mediocre. I've seen better (the Nivea range for example, or the vitamin power from Labello). As a tinted lipbalm, then it's definitely awful! The colour is way too reddish-bluey-fuchsia and show up way too strong for a lipbalm. I cannot wear this at all, makes me look like a clown.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Black
The cherry flavour is scrummy like a cherry mint, even my six year old cousin loves it. It moisturises and softens my lips and although everyone's fussing about mineral oil, I don't mind it at all. As far as I'm concerned it's dead dinosaurs and other ancient lifeforms, which I count as natural. Also, in the middle of the Arabian desert in summer with hot dry days and cold dry nights, Labello lipbalms saved my very chapped lips, so it moisturises pretty well, I think. The colour is also a sheer red tint on me and not dark or bright or startling at all, but I'm ggg with pigmented lips. Maybe it would look awful and bright on someone pale, I don't know. The scent is yummier than most other cherry lipbalms that taste medicinal, though.