|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought a pair when I discoved that Target in the US only carried Tea Rose on their website, and it was cheaper to buy 2 from UK seller. I have been wearing MAC Pro Longwear for years and really like it, but not the price and especially not the limited colors---most neutral "something". I wear corals, fucias, pinks. (We old ladies need all the color we can get!) The Ruby is WAAAY too dark for me, but is beautiful rich shimmer dark ruby. Tea Rose is lighter than it looked and with a coral lip liner, shows up nicely. The lippie is comfortable and gloss a tiny bit stickie-er than MAC, but not as bad as some of the DS gloss (the kind you can hang pictures with!). Would LOVE to have some of the colors available at Boots in the UK. If you live there or are going---PLS let me know! LOL
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have the very bubblegum pink one of these and it really does last all day. It's a great colour with lots of payoff, looks exactly the same on lips as in the tube. I'm only taking 1 lippie off because it looks and feels dry rather than mat if you dont use the gloss, and the gloss doesn't last a long time. But I have repurchased, wear almost daily and I love it. :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Would I buy again?? YES YES YES!!
I bought this in Flamenco Red on the advice of a No7 Make up artist. I told her I was looking for a lipstick or gloss that stayed on and was very red. She said that this was more like a thick lip stain on one end and on the other end was a gloss and she promised that it wouls not smudge, transfer or bleed.
I was skeptical but I bought it as part of a 3 for 2 deal- and I dont regret it!
I put it on at 7.30pm. Once it had dried it was very sticky but one slick of the gloss on top and it was lovely and smooth and not sticky anymore!
I came home at 2am and it was still PERFECT! I had been drinking and dancing, and my SO had picked me up from the club so he got a goodnight kiss...and the lip lacquer stayed put!
I recommend this for anyone who hates retouching their lipstick (or who kisses a lot lol!)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I have this in a few shades and can honestly say they work very well for me. I've bought hundreds of these lasting lipsticks/glosses over the years. Since i'm from Scotland, i've grown up with No7, so seen a great difference in their products over the years. I really like these but don't use the gloss much as it doesn't last all that well. Overall, i would say this does exactly what it says it does and stays on for hours!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I noticed yesterday that my local Shoppers Drug Mart was carrying the No7 line. I was ecstatic to see that the line had a longwearing lip colour as well. I bought the aptly named shade 'ruby', which is a deep cool-toned red with slight shimmer.
It applies easily but does have a faint 'chemical' smell which, thankfully, dissipates quickly. It dries in under a minute (more like 30 seconds) but there's no need to worry as it is quite build-able (unlike MAC ProLongwear, CG Outlast et al which can cake up and feel grainy if over-applied). The gloss is very nice; the vanilla scent is similar to ProLongwear; the texture is light and, as another reviewer noted, lasts longer than most glosses.
I was impressed with overall staying power of this product. It lasted about 6 hours (with a meal and a few beverages in that time) and I applied the gloss only once. It also did not dry my lips at all which is another plus.
I thought the price ($14.99 CAD) was a bit steep for a drugstore line. However, in the UK where this line originates, it's £9.75 (approx $20 CAD)! I think $15 is a steal in comparison!
I didn't care for the other colours Shoppers Drug Mart offered (only 3- Tea Rose, Nectar & Pecan) but I will definitely repurchase Ruby once it runs out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I tried this in the color "Tea Rose," which is a nice bright, fresh-looking color. However, since the name of this product is "Stay Perfect," I have to say that I didn't feel like it stayed very well. I want a lipcolor that can actually stay for several hours, and this was not the one.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This product was just terrible. I bought this at my local Target in the color Pecan thinking it would be a nice neutral brown color. Ooooh boy, was I ever wrong. This color turned out to be a disgusting gray color on my pigmented lips. This was extremely drying though the clear gloss did help add some moisture, but the product still felt tacky and heavy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I used it only once since I just bought it. I liked it very much. It is better than other drugstore brand lip-stain type lip colors. It is not drying my easily-dired lips at all. One should give it a shot. I have it in 20 tea rose. I actually think this is the only color I will like from this line....
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have this in a few shades. I've tried most of the drugstore versions of the Lipfinity 'wannabes' and I think this is the best. It can be reapplied reasonably, doesn't make my dry lips suffer, and doesn't come on too strong like the other contenders. It can be made a lot more subtle with gentle application and judicious blotting with a fingertip. As a mum who really can't spend her time in the bathroom obsessing over lipstick application, these lip stain-type products work wonders for keeping me looking like I have some color in my face! The only reason this one is docked one lippy is due to my dislike of glossy lip color, and this does come with a gloss finish, though a mellowish one. I hope they extend the color range because these are perfect purchases with Boots No. 7 coupons.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Too drying for my lips. I got two (Maple and Nude). Maple is a dark apple red and Nude is on the brown side with some golden undertones. I used them mostly as a stain because I couldn' get them right on my lips (lip brush, finger, nor the crappy applicator). No repurchasing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I like the texture of this product, however I got the wrong shade. I got sweet lips which looks like very pretty rosy red colour, but when I received it, I was very disappointed. The colour is yucky deep fushia, which I really hate. I think people in their twenties and thirties are not too crazy about this colour. And now I 'm looking forward to receive the shade grace, which suppose to be brick red, and I confirm it with the seller to make sure the colour is not fushia.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Nice soft-feeling lipcolor. Can reapply the lipstick part without it balling up or getting grainy. The gloss coat is soft and really moisturizing, and the Tea Rose color is truly pretty. Up there with Almay as a long-lasting lipcolor.
Knocked down a lippie because the Sonia Kashuk is so good.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I have this in Nectar which is a lovely nude on me. I have olive skin and naturally rather dark lips. The color can be applied nice and sheerly if you smudge a bit with your finger. It lasts well through eating, too. The gloss is suprisingly long lasting despite not being sticky. It has no discernable taste or odor, either. I definitely rank this amongst the top of the long lasting lip colors.
edit: I thought I had Pecan, I actually have Nectar. I also picked up another one in Tea Rose which is also very flattering and natural looking.