|Would buy this product again.||35%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
i really love the pink end of this, and i wish it came packaged on its own, because i have no use for the red end whatsoever. (i can't remember which is which.) i never wear that one. but the pink is great! great texture, nice smell, bright but still somewhat sheer, has staying power. it's lovely. my only complaint is the container is so small i went through it really fast.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
I hated this duo. I received a deluxe sample of this from Sephora... and I think getting this as my first tarte product tainted my views. Awful pink to boot, and the reddish/coral colour was awful too... weird texture and made my lips chap like crazy!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I decided to get this since Pretty in Pink is my fave 80's movie. Probably not the best reason to plunk down 21 bucks on a lip gloss, but hey...Anywhoo when I saw these in the package I was a little bummed. I thought neither color would work for me. I was pleasantly surprised, I love both these colors! Andie is a nice bright pink, Duckie is a goldish pinkish coral that I thought I'd hate and come to find out it's the color I wear most! I've got fair skin (NC15) and green eyes w/red hair. I thought a coral would look atrocious on me but it really brightens and warms my skin tone. I also love the packaging, very cute. Love the way the glosses can snap out. I'll definitely try another duo, I highly recommend Tarte products!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really wanted the colors to work for me but only Andie made the cut for me. This is a thick gloss so be prepared and use sparingly. The wand seems a little too short because you need to tilt the gloss over to ensure getting all the gloss towards the end of the bottle. For the price you pay, you should feel you are able to get the most out of it but the wand just falls short. It's a heavy gloss so be prepared for the added weight.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I actually like this. I agree that the colors looked like clown makeup the first time I tried them on, but the second time around, I slicked on a thin layer of clear balm and then this. It gave just the right sheer pop of bright color. It kind of negated the staying power the superglosses are supposed to have, but these colors go really well with Tarte's Tipsy and Dollface cheekstains, so I'll probably stick with them for a while.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I received this in the mini size as a deluxe sample from Sephora.com. Who doesn't love a free deluxe sample, especially when it's from Tarte? Sadly, Andie and Duckie turned out to be a disappointment. I liked the colours. They are quite unusual, one is a bright fuschia pink and the other is a bright orange-toned red. You can apply them sheer for less intensity, like a bubblegum pink and a red stain. The problem was that, as earlier reviewers have noted, there is a tendency for the lipgloss to separate on my lips into the tiny lines and crevices on my lips. I prefer not to keep worrying if my lipgloss has separated into an unattractive mess so I will not be purchasing this in the future.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
These colors just were not wearable on me. I tried, but couldn't figure out how to apply without getting a clown lips effect. They weren't pretty at all, just made me look like I was a little girl playing dress up with mommy's lipstick or trying to look like a doll. I threw them away and I never do that.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Grey
I guess I can't say anything new, but I just had to add my 2 cents. Love Tarte, but the glosses really need to be reformulated. Mine separated after 3 months, and I'm not storing these in the rainforest! Never seen this happen before. Overly fragranced, this combo is really garish on me (PPP, NW15). Duckie is the brightest fuschia (glows in the dark) with tiny gold sparkles. Very 80's. Andie is just a bright, but a weird orange/coral on my highly pigmented lips. Even more sparkly than its counterpart. These two colors just do not complement each other. The sponge doe foot applicator is just horrid , as it seems to soak up color and make for a very messy application. By the way, the sample and the full size went "bad" on me. Different batches, so there's no excuse. Also, sticky, sticky, sticky. Blech.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I received a sample size of this lipgloss duo from a lovely friend and I was a bit apprehensive to try it after reading all the unfavorable reviews. But I finally wore out to a bar the other night and hm, I can definitely see where all the hate for this lipgloss is coming from! Holy balls, this has got to be the stickiest lipgloss I have ever come across in my years of make-up loving. However, on the up side – the glosses to have pretty decent lasting power. Andie looks like it would be a garish red lip gloss, but can be applied as a semi-sheer coral with pretty sparkles. Duckie looks like a frightening hot pink/magenta with fine gold shimmer, but it also can be applied lightly for a kick of color or rather thickly for some bright-ass lips. But as mentioned, the glosses have the tendency to separate – boo! They smell rather nice like MAC Lipglass, but I’m not really a fan due to the stickiness and the colors are still a bit bold for my liking.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
EEEK...Love the movie...hate the lipgloss! these are the ugliest 2 color matches I have ever seen! Definately not Pretty in Pink...more like Pretty in the Trash! Would never repurchase!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Over the summer I was on a vivid color kick, especially for the eyes. But I realized that I didn't have any vivid colors for the lips, particularly a vivid pink so I decided to get Andie and Duckie. I honestly bought it for the pink side, I love both colors but it turns out that I LOVE the coral side even more than the pink side that I bought it for. I wore the coral side almost daily over the summer and it looked fabulous with brightly colored shadows or more of a bronzed look. I love Superglosses and this one is no exception!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Andie is a coral/red with gold shimmer and Duckie is a bright pink with shimmer. Andie is unique to my lipgloss collection, but Duckie is remarkably similar to MAC Pink Poodle lipglass (though it is more opaque.) The superglosses are considerably thicker and stickier than tarte's double ended gloss duos, and are therefore more pigmented and longer wearing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I got this from a promo code with Sephora. These colors are not ones I would have picked otherwise, but I liked Pretty In Pink, so I figured why not? One side is a bright pink, the other an orange. It is the orange side that has the Andie sticker and I can't figure that out. I love the idea of Tarte's glosses being double-ended. But they are too expensive and I don't like the texture of the glosses. I am willing to try a few others, just for the names I admit, but this particular duo is not one I would buy. *Update : This gloss seperated about 2 months after I got it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I got this in the sample pack from Sephora just for the names. At first I was taken aback that one side of it looked absolutely orange (I like orange, it's just that it's honoring the movie Pretty in Pink). No fear. It's a sheer nearly fuschia pink. The other side is a milky mauve. I guess I am spoiled by more moisturizing glosses as I have to apply lip balm underneath in order to get a smooth application. I don't think I would repurchase as for me, it's just a novelty item.