|Would buy this product again.||64%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This gloss looks like a bright bubble gum pink in the tube but comes on very subtle and sheer on the lips. It adds a very pretty wash of rosy pink tint to my lips. The consistency of the gloss is thick and a bit sticky but it has very nice staying power. The click pen dispenser is a bit of a pain as typically with this type of delivery system you either don't get enough product or you get a big glob of it. Overall, I really liked this color. I would definitely buy this gloss again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I love this glaze. It is my second in go-to gloss. My first being Stila cherry crush lip/cheek stain. I keep this in my bag all the time. Pros: great applicator, good scent, great light color, easy to carry around, adds just enough gloss but not too much. Cons: sometimes the applicators take forever to produce color and sometimes they produce too little/much.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is a perfect color for summer. If you only apply a little bit of product, it will just give you a good shine without much color. The good thing about Raspberry is that the color is buildable. I use 4 to 6 clicks and there is a hint of the color on my moderately pigmented lips. I was on an airplane a couple of weeks ago and got really impatient that it was not coming out, so I twisted it more than a dozen times, probably. When I applied too much of the product that had come out, it was pretty fuschia on my lips, but still completely wearable--it looked just like the color on the tube. I like the scent of it; it reminds me of a gummy candy a child would eat. This gloss makes my lips feel good and soft too, so I would repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Gorgeous color. The perfect medium/almost deep rosy shade with a slight bright pink tone to it, it does have pretty good pigment and it's super shiney which I love.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
im in love with this gloss
it is sheer but colors the lips pretty well
it is so smooth and my lips look so juicy when i wear ir
i dont mind clicking
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Product: Lipglaze that looks like a cool-toned, hot, fushia-ish, neon-pink in the tube but applies fairly sheerly. No glitter or shimmer whatsoever. Comes packaged in the normal Stila lipglaze packaging with click pen dispenser and brush-on applicator. Has a scent but doesn't taste like anything.
My experience: So at first I got this lipglaze free with my beautycrunch order. And I was wondering, what on earth am I going to do with a hot pink scary looking lipglaze? And at first when I tried it I put too much on, so my lips wound up looking something like the color in the tube. Disappointed, I put it aside for a while, but another day I decided to give it another shot. This time I used less glaze (4 clicks) and the color was a very nice sweet, slightly cool-toned pink with some brightness to it. On my AAB NC/NW20 cool-toned skin, the color was actually really flattering. A very pretty springy type of color. Now, it's one of my go-to colors, and when I don't know what to wear I tend to reach for it. The only downsides are that it's pretty sticky, costs too much, and the click-pen dispenser can be a bit of a pain to use. So for these inconveniences, I'm removing 1 lippie. I've since learned to get around the dispenser problem by clicking the pen 4 times or so before I start doing my makeup, then proceed to apply everything else as usual, and by the time I'm done with everything else all the glaze would have been clicked out onto the brush, so I don't have any issues with the nothing-coming-out-then-everything-wooshing-out problem that comes with such applicators. To be honest, I personally feel that the glaze is way too sticky for such a brush applicator, because its stickiness makes it ooze out very slowly and come out all at once. A wand applicator would be better IMHO. Also, for those who prefer some shimmer or glitter in their glosses, this is not for you, since Raspberry is totally shimmerless and glitterless. However it IS very shiny, so for those who like shine, this range of glazes is pretty good. Also, another issue I have is the cost - I only ever buy the lipglazes off discount sites, otherwise they are way too expensive for the amount you get. However, the good thing about this lipglaze is that I can imagine it working for a multitude of skintones, from dark to light, since it is so bright. A milder pink would probably not show up on darker skintones since the glazes in general are pretty sheer. The color is also, I feel, more suited to cool-toned girls, although because it is sheer I think warmer and neutral girls will definitely be able to try this as well, with the possible exception of a few. In short, I'd recommend this to you if you don't mind a sticky lipglaze, don't mind the price or applicator, and if you are cool-to-neutral toned girl who wants a bright, yet sheer pink gloss without any shimmer or glitter bits, but still has that shine. This is also probably pretty good for cooltoned girls with darker skins, since the bright pink does show up pretty well. For very warm-toned girls though, it's a good idea to try before you buy, otherwise it could potentially look too fushia. Overall, it didn't wow me at first, but now I reach for it more often than I imagined - I'd rebuy (on sale).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
The clicking doesn't bother me, but I was driving my mom crazy with it lol.
I do understand the concern of too much coming out, that sort of happened to me, and yes I do think they are overpriced. Other than that this color is lovely, and gives COLOR! Unlike most Stila lip glosses I've tried, this definitely leaves it's mark, a nice, gentle reddish hue, lasts for awhile (though I haven't tested it w/a meal or smooches lol), shiny (definite plus), and did I mention it has color? Buy it on sale, Ebay, or Beautycrunch.com as I did.
I would definitely buy this again, it's close to "staple" status for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I received my raspberry lipglaze as part of the pink kisses lipglaze trio.
First off, the twist mechanism with the Stila lipglaze pens is subpar. It takes a little bit for the gloss to move to the tip after twisting the bottom and for the impatient person, it is a dangerous game as you may keep on twisting because nothing is coming out and a minute later half the tube is out now seeping out of the top. My favorite style mechanism for a gloss might have to be the discontinued Smashbox lip gels, but that's neither here nor there.
The smell of the raspberry lipglaze is waxy and synthetic, not very delectable or fresh at all. Oh, and it tastes like vaseline, just incase you are one of those people who is wondering if it actually tastes like it smells. Texture-wise, it is fairly sticky/tacky and does not feel extremely comfortable on the lips at all, and I only applied a light layer. I wouldn't bother wearing this in windy weather, for sure.
The coloring is a raspberry tint on my mildly pigmented lips. It reminds me of a lighter MAC flashmode lustreglass, without the shimmer/glitter/sparkle. I probably have a bunch of other glosses that look just like it, but that's what pops into my head at the moment.
Overall, I would say there are probably a fair amount of other products that look like this, but with a different application mechanism. They probably have a better texture, smell and pricing as well. So unless you just have to have Stila lipglazes, I wouldn't bother buying this. Especially since the retail for a fullsize one of these is around 20 USD normally. Are you serious, Stila? If you have to have a lipglaze I would suggest another scent as well, as this scent just is not a keeper.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I guess I have pigmented lips because when I put this on it wasn't at all pigmented (when it was on my lips, my lips just looked a bit pinker), but I did like the texture of it (i like stick l/g though).
I hate the applicator so much though..it took forever for the l/g to come out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I love the colour but I hate the applicator. Such a pretty, bright pink, but it takes forever to come out of the tube.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I love the stila lip glazes and this one is one of my favorites. It's a pretty bright pink. Stays on for a long time because of the consistency. One lippie off because I wouldn't be able to wear it on a daily basis due to the intense colour. Overall, still one of my favorite LG.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I got the Raspberry lip glaze as part of the Holiday 2006 the gift of glazes. And I must say, I am dissapointed. Raspberry looks scary bright pink in the tube but comes out as a sheer rosy tint on the lips. It's not as pigmented as I would have thought. The scent is plastic raspberry. Honestly, I am not too fond of the scent.
Raspberry is stickier than most other lip glazes I've tried. I don't know why. Furthermore, I don't know why the lip glazes are so expensive. It's definitely a big downside with this gloss. They are not worth the price. In my opinion, lip glazes are a hit or miss. Some colors are fantastic, most are just blah...
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got this in swap, I must say the scent is abit overwhelming/wax smell
color is kinda red towards neon red on lips or when blot with tissue.
It is glossy but sticky. Lucky I didn't buy it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
This is by far my favorite Stila lip glaze out of the ones I've tried. It is rather bright in the tube but on my lips is turns into a beautiful pinkish reddish color. It's also one of the few lip glazes that has a lot of pigment and doesn't come up sheer. It is a little expensive but it actually lasts a really long time for me so I would definitely repurchase, this is HG material.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I LOVE this colour! As others have said, it looks like a scary bright pink in the tube, but once applied it's a beautiful pink colour. It applies like a dream (aside from the usual Stila lipglaze twist application issues!) and the brush helps blend it beautifully. It's highly pigmented and although it doesn't last as long as other colours, I don't mind reapplying this one! The only down side is that it's expensive (especially here in Australia), but this is *definitely* HG material!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I really like the colour this product gives. It doesn't make my lips too sticky either. However, it doesn't really last as long as others I've tried. It is also quite expensive. There's something about it though - I think I would buy again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
Love this. But for $20.00, this is just not worth it for the color. Just gave my lips a light pink glossy color. Absoulutly love the packaging with the twisting option but then again I could get the same thing from Bonne Bell at Wal*Mart for 1/4 of the price.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
One of my fave lip glazes! Looks scary neon pink in the tube but goes on sheer. It's still a bright cool pink, but very wearable and perfect for spring and summer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
lipglazes are even stickier then Mac's lipglass so I wouldn't wear it on a windy day with your hair out. However this means that it is very longlasting. The colour is a bright popping pink so its not an everyday item I wear. Its too expensive for the amount of product you get ($44AUD) and the brush that the gloss comes out of is impractical as it doesn't apply the gloss well
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Raspberry is a gorgeous sheer blue-based bright pink. This is the exact shade I wanted MAC's pink poodle to look like on me. It is similar to Fruit Punch but much sheerer and as stated above with blue tones. Love! The new size is ginormous. Smells great, looks great, stays on for a quite a while considering it is a gloss. I don't find this to have any red tones at all. Go check it out!