|Would buy this product again.||82%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Not for me. I found this gloss far too glittery and much too pink for my skin tone, plus a little grainy feeling on the lips. Not great staying power, either. While I like the look of the tube and the look of the shade in the tube, the gloss itself fails as far as I'm concerned. If you like a very glittery look and don't mind a bit of grittiness than you may find your match in this gloss, but I'll stick to Revlon Super Lustrous from now on.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Love, Love, Love this product. Great shine, sparkle, and color goes with anything. Unfortunately, I can no longer find it in any stores.
Found some only on ebay. Compliments every time I wear this shade.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A great looking lipgloss! I have gotten compliments on this colour. I recommend this product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
only gloss ive ever repurchased! It is a very shiny frosty mauvy color that I love wearing alone, it is not a thick or sticky gloss but it lasts a long time on the lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
One of my favorite lip colors. So Shiny! And best of all not sticky.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
i LOVE this on...
so flattering...as they all are in this line
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Green
GORGEOUS color...it is one of the prettiest glosses I own, and I just WISH I could wear it, but I can't...because of the HORRIBLE chemical smell!! I never really notice product fragrances, but this was literally so strong it would make me feel ill. Some people say it smells like fake roses, to me Milani lipstick smells like that, and I can tolerate it. This is much more of a chemical scent. If it came unscented then I'd buy everyone of these I could find.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Love it! Maybe a little too DIVA for work, but perfect for evening. I usually don't wear it alone though, layering it over plum or pink tinged glosses to give that extra oomph. It has a great golden shimmer to it without being too glittery. L'Oreal lip glosses are the BEST.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I've had this shade since it first came out years ago, and hope they never get rid of the line. This has more glam bang for your money than alot of expensive brands. It's a beautiful color, glittery, shimmery, shiny and not for the shy girls. It's not outrageuous...just gives an awesome look. When you are going for more drama, this is it for the good price.
I think I like "prima donna" more.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I love how "glam" this product is. I used to wear this a lot in my ultra-feminine days (when I was in early high school). Now, in college, I get lazy, and also, I feel like if I plan on kissing someone, this might not be the best idea. No guy wants to end up with sparkles on his lips. However if I just want to look good, and if I assume it will rub off after a few beers, then this is the one to go for.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This lipgloss is absolutely one of the best I have ever worn. I am not a lipstick gal, and I am always on the lookout for new glosses.
I started wearing this gloss when I was in highschool (I'm 22 now), and when I was about 20, I couldn't find it anywhere anymore!! I was devistated!!
I found it again at ULTA (thank you) and I am still just as crazy about it. The color is amazing, has so much dimension, and it is not sticky or goopy at all.
I definitely reccommend it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Medium Eyes: Green
The `shimmer`` is actually glitter and the gloss is actually a paste that remains in minor glittered clumps on your lips long after the plum-ness has left. As for daytime? Not unless you work in the, ahem, entertainment industry! I cannot believe I am saying this, but I felt tawdry in this gloss, and I have zero qualms about a sleek red lipstick look! I think it may look better on darker skinner ladies, but for the fairer fillies, it's not fair at all.
Oh, and the skimy applicator feels cheap and hard against the lips. Ultimately a bad experience for me!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is one of my favorite drugstore lip glosses. It's great for going out. It's a pretty pink with gold shimmer, looks great on my NC30 skin. It's inexpensive, so I won't cry if I ever accidentally lose it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have to agree with all the positives out there. I am usually a huge snob when it comes to lipgloss, etc...but I was having what you might call a bit of a fashion emergency; I needed something to work with a Reem Acra lilac silk gown with pewter undertones that I was to wear that evening. I had the right listick-Lauder's Wild Amythest-, but knew I needed a gloss to adjust the lilac color, so as to avoid the dreaded matchymatchy look with my dress/lips.
Just so you know, I'm a vanilla beige in Mercier foundation w/ brown eyes (when I'm not wearing my hazel contacts!) and level 2 dark brown hair that pulls a lot of red unless I maintain the brown. Anyway, I got talked into purchasing Lancome's version of Glam Shine, Color Fever in 'On Fire', KNOWING it was all wrong and, of course, propmptly raced from Neiman's to the Rite Aid immediately thereafter!
This Glam Shine rocks. Worn over lipstick, it provided the most perfect blend and just made my skin glow. I have to say that when I was feverishly looking at the color selections, I wound up buying this item in Seductress, as well, and days later, FOUR more shades, because I really grew to love the color schemes.
Maybe it is just my coloring, but the gloss really does not look garish on me, worn either alone or over gloss. That said, of all the colors, this one doesn't blow my mind when worn alone, the first reason I took away one lippie. BUT that is still saying something, in that the other shades I bought are in serious HG territory, yet Diva still looks great, so I feel totally fine wearing this by itself, even if its not 100% bullseye.
I love the smooth feel and the shimmer-it is a finely milled shimmer, in my opinion, and I detected no grittiness at all. That said, even though I don't really recommend wearing this gloss for day-the shimmer element really takes it into an evening gloss-don't let the intensity of the bottle color scare you. The color is there but for me, I definitely experienced an element of sheerness. You can double up on application for a deeper tone, if you like, but overall, you'll get more shimmer as opposed to color.
Here are the cons. First, if you really are looking for a true "plumping gloss", this AIN'T it. Trust me, the only plumping you're going to get is due to the gloss/shimmer effect, but LipFusion this product is not. I'm ok with that because I get Restalyne injections, but for those seeking a true plumping experience, I would look elsewhere!
Second, and this I find more annoying than anything, is the applicator and that is the second, and MAIN reason I took away one lippie. I think this is the "you get what you pay for" part, because the applicator is just wimpy, ESPECIALLY compared to Lancome's Color Fever, which has a wider, angular, and much firmer applicator that is just divine, so much so that I even tried to use it with my Glam Shine product, but it won't fit in the bottle.
Not sure if I will buy this color again. Probably will, especially as summer's here and I will be getting my fake and bake on, which changes everything in terms of how certain shades look on me as opposed to when I'm a paleface!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
At first I was very intimidated by the bottle it looks like a lot of sparkle. But, after you apply you realize that you get a nice, pink, plum, shiney look. I love it, but it wears off fast. Its very moisturizing and its one of those purchases that I would make if it is on sale.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
After seeing the ad I know I have to have this Lipgloss. It's dry and feels uncomfortable like I applied gooey sand to my lip. After putting some clear liquidy lipgloss on top it looks and feel much better. Definately great for a dramatic look, not daytime wear.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this Glam Shine. I picked it up in a two-for-one sale, so the price wasn't really an issue for me. Diva is sort of a plummy pink color, with mostly silver glitter. In the tube it looks overwhelming and garish, but once it is applied the glitter looks nice and more subtle. Diva still ends up looking fairly dramatic, which is ok because that's the reason why I bought it. Again, the smell isn't something that I would normally love, but it isn't terribly offensive. I don't necessarily think they're worth the $8+ retail, but they're definitely worth trying at a lower price.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
GHA!!! I’m SO tired of hearing “diva” everywhere, even on of my favorite lipgloss is called “Diva”! Anyway, on with the review:
What I’m not crazy about:
1. The price: This is a drug store lipgloss, without it being on sale, it ranges from $8-$9+ usd! (On sale I’ve seen it as low as $4.99, which I'm more than willing to pay.
2. Scent. Smells like fake roses, which I’m not fond of. Every company should take a hint and make their lip products unscented. Most women wouldn’t think twice about buying a gloss that’s unscented and many of us hate scented glosses.
3. “Lip Plumping”. Did I detect just a little bit of tingle in this? Maybe it’s just my imagination. There is no “lip plumping”. Most any super shiny gloss is going to make lips look fuller and pouter than a flat color... add in a little tingle to make you think the gloss is actually doing something and there’s the “lip plumping” secret.
1. Color: The color in and of itself is great. Shimmer is a little chunky and glittery but doesn’t look garish with my otherwise understated makeup. I actually LOVE all the shimmer in this, I have several berryish, ylbb pinks and they’re all a little boring. The shimmer really turns this up and adds some pop, oomph and drama to my PPP skin and draws attention to my green eyes. As I said before, on my pigmented lips it’s a straight ylbb sheer berry (fruit punch?) with gold shimmer . Color in the tube looks more mauve/purple than it does on my lips, but pigmented lips almost always make colors look different when applied. LOVE the color, it's perfect for me. Easily in my top 5 lipglosses, colorwise.
2. Love the feel of this. Slick and somewhat lightweight without being overly sticky. This is what my Dior glosses feel like and I love it. Not as oily feeling as CG's Weslicks and still lighter than Revlon's glosses, my hair doesn't stick to these.
3. Lasting power is awesome on me. This actually lasts over an hour on my lips! Something I'm surprised at since it's so light and non-sticky. It wears as long as Dior’s Addict glosses (thanks to all the shimmer “Diva” leaves behind on your lips).
4. Packaging. Unique hourglass small tube that’s easily tucked in a pocket or purse. Love, love, love the wand: a felt tipped, FLEXABLE wand...fab.
5. No taste.
I'm giving this a 5 overall for color, lasting power and packaging. I would buy this gloss again, I feel like it's a high end product that's sold at the general store. Good job L'Oreal!!
NC15-25, light green eyes, brownish/blonde hair, pigmented lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Green
This is a nice purpley/mauvey/berry color with gold sparkles. On my slightly pigmented lips (yellow undertones, black hair, green eyes) the color was a nice berry/mauve. The texture is relatively smooth but it has this artificial, perfumed smell (some call it raspberry...???) that I don't like very much. The applicator is a weirdly shaped sponge tipped wand that is really flexible (?), but also a little bit pointy. The packaging is relatively small and the price is average ($9). What I do not like is that the gloss leaves you with a faceful of sparkles. I don't know how but the sparkles gravitate upwards to your upper lip and the cheeks (not cool). Otherwise, the color is very nice, but it is not for the faint of heart. Wear it for a night out or to a party. You will truly shine and sparkle like a diva.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
It's a pretty shade but the sparkles in this are kind of big and garish, it would look so much nicer if the sparkles were more finely milled to just give off a sheen. As is it's like a very sparkly lipstick. I like the fact that brush bends so it's easier to apply; however, this really dried out my lips and didn't feel "comfortable" on, it felt like a layer of slick sitting on top of my skin. Also, the glitters wander onto other parts of your face outside the lip area, and you constantly have to reapply since it's not very sticky and wears off fast.