|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have this in Lavish. I got it for really cheap, really impressed with the pigment, almost opaque, not glitter, just lush color. Its a really nice popping red, which would go with a bold look but definitely not for a day to day natural look, otherwise the word clown would come to mind.
As for the boosting, I feel a tingle and it does boost my lips to an extent, not Angelina Jolie style though!!
Would like to try again but in other colours :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
These can still be had if you hunt around online, or in dollar/pound stores. I have the shade 'Scarlet' and it's a bright red with fuchsia tones. It's a very thick formula, which is actually a plus as it sticks to the lips and has great staying power. As for volume boosting, I feel a slight tingle and they do appear a little plumper.
I like to put it on my fingertip and dab it on my lips for a more subtle, sheer look. It compliments my pigmented lips, and manages to look very natural. I'd love to try the nude shades of this lip gloss.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Love this lipgloss..so much that this is probably the first lipgloss that i've ever finished before. I definitely feel like it plumps my lips, Especially if i put it on before bed, i wake up with beautifully plump lips. So disappointed that it was discontinued- any suggestions on a dupe ??
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this in two colours; one is a dark red and the other is a hot pink.
My first love was a browny-caramel colour but i couldn't find it anymore
- It tingles for a while
- It's very pigmented
- TOOO glittery for my taste, i've past the glitter fase :) but you don't feel it on your lips though you still can see it there
- It's creamy and goes on very easy
- Has a brush aplicator
- It gets reaallyyy messy after a while, when you try to put the brush/wand in the tube
I liked this ones better than the Vinyl ones but i think this got discontinued in Portugal :( so not buying again
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this product!here's why:
*I bought it mainly for the brush applicator, which disturbs my lipstick less than a doe foot one.
*I find brushes are generally better at picking up product, some of my doe foot applicators pick up so little I have to apply ten coats with them, its frustrating!
*this does NOT BLEED, it knows its place on my lips and will not budge, I'm so glad I finally found a clear gloss lke this
*it is not too sticky or too liquidy
I don't like the tingling since it doesn't volumise, I really wish this was just a regular gloss instead of a plumping one.
it doesn't last very long, but I've yet to find a gloss that does.
Overall I would definitely repurchase
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
This used to be one of my favorite lip glosses, but I've moved out of the glittery gloss phase and more into the shimmery gloss. I bought mine in Innocent, which is a sheer glittery, shimmery pink.
price is pretty good
nice sheer pink color
doesn't plump (but i didn't expect it too...i just bought it b/c the color)
product plug(what scrapes the excess off the applicator) should be just a little bit bigger so it can contain the product better. It tends to get a little gloppy where the cap screws on.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
DEFINATELY BUY AGAIN. THIS GLOSS IS AMAZING!!!!!!
I read up on it on the Rimmel London website and thought i'd try it. It's long lasting and makes ur lips tingle a little. I get so many compliments when I wear it. Only problem is hiding it from my daughter!!! Def my FAVVEE at the moment ;)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I don't know what's the difference between "Full Volume Liquid Lip Color" and Volume Boost", but I have both kinds. I have Volume Boost in "Clear" (which is... clear), and "Passion", which is a mauve color I find myself using consecutively lately, and usually I don't stick to one product this long. I also have the ones labelled "Full Volume liquid lipcolor", which I got on clearance in Boots for 25QR each (original price 37 QR: 12USD ... still a bit expensive for a drugstore product), here are the shades:
* 070 Boast - brownish mauve, my lips smeared with goopy milk chocolate. A friend says it's a vampy/sexy look for nights out, but I'm not really digging the look.
* 090 Pose - mauvey MLBB, similar to Passion. Almost interchangeable I think. Possibly a deeper version of the popular Vinyl Lip in Snog.
* 060 Plump - a nude on the orange-beige side. not for my coloring but my sister loves--and looks great in--a dark eye and nude lip. (She was also the lucky recipient of my twice tested Revlon Nude Lustre l/g, which also didn't suit me.)
* 150 Tease - a rosey color. This is my second favorite next to Passion. What I was looking for when Revlon's SL l/g in Cherries in The Glow disappointed me.
* 80 Parade - vibrant red.
The minty vanilla smell of the Full Volumes are a bit nauseating until after the first few minutes, a problem which I don't have with the Volume Boosts. But at least they don't have the disgusting "off" candy-citrus smell of the Vinyl Lips, which I just can't tolerate, and is the major reason I chose the Volume Boost. Whether it plumps or not doesn't really matter to me, but maybe the bigger lips comes from the fact that the color payoff is great. I can go over a little past the edges my thin upper lip without lip liner. Not too sticky, lasts a decent amount of time. The brush applicator makes it feel so plush and luxe to apply. However, for the Clear lipgloss, I usually swipe the brush on my clean pinky finger first, then on my lips, because I hate getting any color from my lips onto the brush which goes back into the clear gloss, which will stain the entire bottle over time. Other than that: Yeah, will buy the Volume Boosts again. I like these better than the Revlon SL lip glosses.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Ehh, these are okay. They're very pigmented, but that often makes them look too bright and unnatural. They're sticky, also. They make your lips tingle a little, but there's not much plumping going on. I have found a good way to use these, however. Put on a clear lip balm, then add a small amount of the gloss and spread with your finger. It looks much more natural and cute this way. I wouldn't buy them again, though, because of the stickiness and smell. Not awful, not great.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Two positives about this product is the gorgeous colours and the compliments I get when I wear it.
The more sheer colours look great applied as a top coat over your regular lipstick.
Besides a slight tingle of the lips I saw no benefit of lip plumping.
It bleeds into your skin even with primer and lip pencil.
The sparkles end up all over your face, its a mystery how they got there!!
I hoped that because it was a sticky gloss it would stay put but I was reapplying at least every hour and the tingling feeling gets tired real quick.
They now sit in the bottom of my handbag or my draw at work and I use them when I need a burst of colour during the day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
Highly pigmented lip gloss
Inexpensive (don't have to break the bank)
Volumizes (yes it does, but don't expect Angelina Jolie lips ppl)!
NOT STICKY AT ALL (such a great lip gloss).
does tingle a lot actually. Everytime I wear this lip gloss, I keep my mouth shut.. I don't feel like talking because my lips feel numb.
The Pros far outweigh the (only) Con. I was on search of an (inexpensive) drugstore lipgloss.... which wasn't sticky (because I want to wear lipgloss and still be able to kiss my boyfriend) and with good colour payoff.
Top marks to Rimmel for filliing out those 2 criterias. But maybe try changing your formula to make our lips tingle a little less, perhaps?
Overall I am satisfied. My money was well spent.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this for free with a magazine, and the colour was a lovely and light cherry red. That's the best part of the product for me though.
Within 5 seconds of applying this to my lips, it burned by lips so much I had to tissue it off and use lipbalm to cool it down! The culprit was a extremely strong version of menthol, when I had a look at the ingredient list. I don't know what Rimmel was thinking! Wait, yes I did. Irritation causes lips to swell, thereby creating volume. What a great idea- not. Irritated, swelled up puffy lips is not my idea of a great look. Even if I did like the colour.
Don't buy it unless you have no sensation of feeling in your lips whatsoever.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Not bad for a ds lip "plumping" gloss. Of course it doesn't give my lips any noticable extra "volume". No product really does, so I didn't expect results from a ds gloss. I like the tingly feeling though.... Plus the smell doesn't bother me after a minute or so.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This lip volumizer was the first I had ever tried. When I first used it, I had absolutely no idea that it was supposed to tingle! In fact, I thought it was odd that it was tingling. It was so hard and rough that I literally thought my lips were GROWING! Funny, I know! I used it day in and day out because the feeling became addictive. Also, I started to notice that it was actually plumping out my lips, like it is meant to do! It won't make your lips huge or anything, it just really brings out the lips that you already have. Unfortunately, it stopped working. I don't know if it expired (it has been less than six months!) or if I got used to the feeling. The color is still amazing as ever, especially when I use Burt's Bees Wax lip balm as a primer.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The thing with lipglosses is that I buy one or two and then there discontinued. I prefer very nude glosses or just a hint of color. I become accustomed to this gloss and I hope it sticks around. It doesn't have that glittery sparkly thing that I hate. I notice alot of lippglosses on the market these days have it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I really like the color payoff and feel of this lipgloss. It isn't sticky or gooey feeling at all. Definitely worth a try as it is pretty inexpensive. Also, so many lip volume booster products sting or tingle and this does not at all! I don't see much of a "volume boost" though, but that isn't really important to me, so I only took one lippie off.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I'm disappointed. This used to be my favorite drugstore lipgloss, but then they reformulated it. It's still a fairly good product, but I like the old formula much better, and I thought the colors were more attractive. I probably won't repurchse, since there are better options out there.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The brush can make this a little messy and difficult to apply without a mirror but other than that it's really nice. I have the shade 'pose' and I really like it. It's nice and smooth without any stickiness and it lasts pretty long. It doesn't seem to give my lips any extra volume but it seems to make them more defined.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is a surprisingly good drugstore lipgloss. It's moisturizing, not too sticky, has a nice scent and a slight tingle. I got this in Boast, which is a reddish-brown nude and a great shade for Fall.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This lip gloss doesnt plump my lips at all, however i love the smell and it gives a great lasting shine