Elizabeth Arden • High Shine Lipgloss (All) • Lip Gloss
|Would buy this product again.||33%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I got a set of four at Costco and they were very cheap. It came in:
Golden Pearl (peachy/gold)
The Sparkling Ruby... oh my! Quite the color payoff! It's quite pretty and I think some people are going to love it but it looks awful on my lips. Just too warm for my skin.
The other three are pretty. My lips are too dark for the pearl and the pink to have a huge impact. They are nice glosses but it worked out to $5 CDN for each one and I don't think I would pay any more then $7.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Elizabeth arden is hands down, one of the worst brands I have ever tried! I`ve tried this brand a lot because it`s readily available and have tried several of their glosses. The lipgloss didn`t go on evenly, was stick,y, poorly pigmented, and smelled horrible! The colors were nice enough but very shimmery...Elizabeth arden is known as a`brand for more matura women but their products are extremely tacky...
The lip gloss was more expensive then Mac, and the packaging was ugly...what a waste of money!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
The colors are not bad. But the smell is really hard to bear...
The texture is ordinary.
I would prefer to spend my money on Guerlain glosses...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Pros - I love the colour 'Rosegold'
It really is high shine
Cons- The smell and taste are horrible
Not very good staying power
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I hate this lip gloss. The glitter is sticky and feels like grains of sand on your lips. It should be shimmery, not glittery. So therefore it looks cheap. It doesn't even give you a "high shine" result. It's expensive as hell. You can get much better products than this for half the price. And last but not least, the smell is terrible. As you've probably read before it smells like plastic. Even if it's fragrance free it shouldn't smell like plastic. Clinique have only fragrance free glosses and they don't smell anything, not even plastic...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I received three of these lip glosses in a gift set and I don't know if any of them will be keepers. Golden Pearl is a very pale pink with a golden shimmer. Maple is a warm rosy brown with the same golden shimmer. And Berrylicious is a medium rosy pink with he same shimmer. All three shades are too shimmery for me-reminds me of the frosty lipstick shades popular in the 1980s. All three have the same plasticky smell that other reviewers have commented on. Of the three, only Berrylicious is something I can see myself wearing. The consistency of the glosses is thick and sticky. Not a bad product-I'm sure if I could choose other colours I would like them better.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Yay for pigmentation! I have this gloss in Berrylicious, which is a quite a gorgeous medium-deep raspberry color with more red than purple. It shows up on my lips as a near opaque color in one swipe and can be layered to easily get solid color. I save this one for nights out or parties as I prefer sheerer and less impact lip colors in the daytime.
The formula is on the richer side and is at an average stickiness for a gloss (not really sticky like the Philosophy glosses but not as non-sticky as the NYX Mega Shines), and it stays on well.There is no taste and no added fragrance. However, there is definitely a sort of fake plastic-y scent...I've come to tolerate it as it's not obvious but it could be bothersome.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
This lip gloss has the most disgusting smell ever. I have it in a beige color (can't remember the name) and it's hard to apply evenly, the pigmentation is ok but nothing special, it's a little more frosty than I want it to be. But as I said, the scent is the most horrific artificial palsticky thing ever and I would never buy this again, in fact I wouldn't (couldn't) wear it if they paid me. Any NYX/e.l.f. gloss I have ever tried is a million times better than this. Plus the container and applicator are very ordinary looking, for the price they could have used a little imagination or at least made it look prettier.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have a full size in Tropicoral, and a sample size in Champagne.
Tropicoral is, well, a coral sorta colour, maybe a little more to the pinkish side, with teenie tinie pink and gold shimmers in it. The colour isn't highly pigmented, but it does still leave a slight tint if worn alone. I put this over a plain pink lippie and it looks pretty good.
The only other problem with it is that it doesn't seem to last very long, so this is definiately not my 'every day' lipgloss. I stick to wearing this if I am going out to dinners etc or if I am going out on the weekends.
It is rather pricey from DJs, but, hey, these are the things we do for beauty..
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I received a tube of this as a GWP. First of all, has a very odd smell, like plastic and really cheap perfume. Also, feels very tacky and gritty on the lips. I would never, ever buy this, I've had better experineces with Dollar Store makeup. If I could give it a negative 10 I would!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I have this in Golden Nude, which is basically a gold shimmer. It wears well over lipstick, although I wouldn't wear it alone due to lack of color. It lasts on me about 4 hours before it needs to be reapplied, and that includes drinking coffee. While I do quite like this gloss, as it has no smell/taste, I don't know if I would repurchase. We'll see when I run out, and you know how long that takes!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I just got one of the new High Shines in Tropicoral. Gorgeous in the tube, I only wish it was the same color on my lips! The pinky/coral vibrant shade with multicolor tiny glitter in the tube applies very sheer, almost clear, on my lips, with just a hint of color, and looks nice for about 30 minutes, then it becomes just clear with multicolor shimmer. Still nice though, but I would have preferred to have some color payoff from this l/g. It is indeed very shiny, and in all fairness, the shine stays on for a long time, it just becomes a little sticky and loses that "wet" look. Kinda reminds me of MAC's lipglasses, which lose the pigment after a while but your lips still stay shiny.
It has no scent unfortunately (I like scented l/g), it is not sticky until the very end, and it is not drying on the lips. It has a nice brush applicator and feels good on the lips. I will not rebuy because I am looking for a more pigmented gloss, but all in all, this is a good one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Silver Eyes: Black
I have Sheerlit Red and it's really really nice. I love the color. Perfect with my skintone. And it has some staying power.
I've noticed some reviewers said it has a weird smell, but honestly I didn't smell anything. *g*
I tend to buy drugstore gloss, but I am happy enough with the color and the staying power that I would buy this again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I own three of these colors, but since I can't find (and can't remember the name) of the third one, I'll just review the two that are in front of me.
I purchased these by themselves, and I got a holiday kit for Christmas with the same lipgloss in pots.
The texture is slightly gummy and a little sticky, but it tends to have quite a bit less staying power than other lipglosses on the market.
Pink Lemonade is a nice color. It's a soft, medium pink with the slightest touch of sparkle. This is a color that could easily be worn on it's own without much else, and make for a very pretty lip.
Sheer Starlight is an entirely different story altogether. It's a very light, beige gold with a little bit of sparkle much like Pink Lemonade. I wouldn't say that this is a color that would be good to wear on it's own, because it would look a bit ghastly on the face (okay, so maybe a lot). I would recommend that it be used as a highlighter color.
What really turns me off about this lip gloss is the smell. It has a floral/plastic, and that's what gives me such a headache. It's a shame because these colors are really so nice.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Ugh. These suck. I'm not sure what shade mine is called but it's a really light one. I thought it would go on pretty and nude but I was WRONG. It goes on white. Horrible smell and has zero staying power. The only thing I like is the smooth texture.. but it's not worth the money. Very expensive and it sucks. Shame on you Liz Arden!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I have this in Bronze something and I think it is the best lip gloss I have owned. Better than Chanel Glossimers with crappy pigmentation. I dont usually like lipgloss. This was just not too glossy and cheap looking. Usually glosses make my medium sized lips look thinner, but this was such a soft and elegant shine and never OTT. Also it stays on LOOOOONG time. Longer than most lipsticks too. If you sniff your gloss, youll smell that it does not smell so nice, but I have smelled worse stuff. I am actually more put off with the overly fruity smelling glosses. And this one has a great pigmentation also.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I have a high shine lip gloss duo. It is a double-ended tube with sheer peach on one side and sheer pink on the other. I do not notice a strong odor or plasticky taste from this lip gloss. It is a little bit tacky but most lip glosses are. Both colors have shimmery bits in them. It is just an ok lip gloss. There are so many others that I like better. They do not last a long time on my lips; maybe 1.5 hours. Contains paraben preservatives.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got some glosses as an incentive for selling their fragrances and I woke up all excited the next day after I got them because I love make up and new make up is always exciting. My excitement turned into disappointment within seconds. For a while I thought the testers in store were off, but soon realised the smell of the product was just not a nice one. The texture and result reminded me of the Avon glosses I used to buy, except I think I liked the Avon stuff more, overall it looked cheap. Thank goodness it was free or I'd be kicking myself... or rather perhaps that is why they give tonnes of the stuff away.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
this is such a great product it's a shame more people don't know about how good it is. it's deeply pigmented, smells great, stays on. i absolutely LOVE it. i plan on buying a LOT of them, even though there $18 a pop, that's how good they are.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
My HG lately is EA's new Metallic Lip Pencil in ~Pink Bikini.~ OMG gorgeous, beyond compare to Lancome, EL, Dior, Stila, Tarte, etc. This pencil, especially at price of $15, is THE most glorious out there, and who would imagine, Arden? This Bikini gloss pencil transcends the ultimate gloss pencils, even Chanel (my fav). It enhances lip color to one-second brillance in any/whatever avenue you wish to achieve, and I'm talking Lancome's new Fushia, or MAC, or EL, or Dior, or Chanel...whatever shade...this pencil glosses over them like nobody can believe! The newest, best kept secret, in my book. LOVE LOVE LOVE it (but my local Belk is sold out...pooh).