|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Blue
This maybe my favorite lip glaze stick of all the colors I own. I agree with the reviewer who described it as similar to Clinique's Black Honey. Like Black Honey it looks dark, almost black purple on the pencil but goes on a sheer dark berry color with a hint of gold sparkle. Fabulous. The staying power is good. And it smells wonderful - exactly like its namesake. This is the first lip glaze stick color I will repurchase when I run out.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Finally - a fabulous alternative to the regular lip glazes which go on too gooey. I just purchased two sticks on beautycrunch.com (only $4.12 each!!) and I loved it. So far I have only tried the blackberry one and I like it so much better than the regular glaze (I was still mourning the demise of an almost brand-new glaze after my dog got a hold of it). This stick last longer, gives a beautiful shine and is a very pretty color. Will try the gingerbread one another day
EDIT: The amount of gloss in the stick is a little ridiculous. I may be have used it 5-6 times and it is at least half gone. It needs to be sharpened after two uses or so and most of it gets shaved off. I love playing with makeup but not to the point of trying to put the shavings in a pot. I actually like small sizes of gloss - gives me an excuse to finish one and try something else but this is really teeny
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I love Stila's glaze sticks! They're fun to use, sheer-yet-buildable, and wear very comfortably on the lips. There is a little glitter, yes, but I don't find it chunky or excessive at all. A twist-up form might have been more convenient than traditional pencil, but I can forgive it that.
I absolutely adore Blackberry. As has been said, it's very much like Clinique's Black Honey; it makes your lips look lusciously jam-stained. Even better, it wears very, very well, and it leaves a perfect, sexy MLBB stain that lasts for ages. I'm seriously stocking up on this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I agree with MsTracy that it reminds me of Clinique Black Honey, though it doesn't turn fuschia on me. When I got this a few years ago, I wasn't impressed for some reason and tucked it away. I got it back out and I'm loving it. It's pigmented so it can be blotted to a nice stain. There are chunks of visible glitter however if that bothers you as a look, but it's not gritty on my lips at all. It doesn't seem drying either. There is a fruity smell/taste that fades fast.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
3/31/09 -- Update: I do believe this has been discontinued. Nooooooo!!! It's not on Sephora.com or instore. So I bought 6 at beautycrunch.com last sale.
This could be the next Clinique Black Honey if enough people knew about it.
I love this stuff. Stila's regular Lip Glaze that you have to click up is such a pain. And it's so sticky. This is neither. It's a pencil and is not sticky at all. It goes on smooth.
I really like this BlackBerry shade on me. And it's (only) $16 or $17. Fairly reasonable compared to most of the other glosses at Sephora.
I did have trouble finding this at my Sephora. They just had the Lip Glaze Sticks mixed in with the regular ones. And they had none on display. I hope that doesn't mean they are getting rid of them or something....
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
For those of you who love Stila's lip glazes but hate the click pen packaging, these lip glaze sticks are the answer to your woes. Essentially a lip glaze in a pencil format, this goes on smoothly without the goopiness of a lip gloss and the staying power is much better too. Blackberry is a really flattering dark berry shade on my fair skin - not overpowering at all. The only downside with the pencil packaging is that when you sharpen it you lose a lot of precious product. The shavings that come off separate the gloss from the outside of the pencil, so I just put those in a lip palette to apply with a brush so I don't have any wastage. This is my first Stila lip glaze stick and I'll be back for more!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Stila gets this right. Goes on in a quick swipe, has the look of a sheer lippie, with no dryness and none of the goopiness of a gloss either. Also, I would wear this at work because it doesn't scream "wet lips." The color will go with most blushes, it's so portable that I plan on carrying it in my bag at all times. Oh, and finally a lip product for only $15.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Love, love, love this stuff. So easy to apply, so great to wear, not sticky. Had to buy a fairly dark version of this to get the color I wanted - goes on very sheer - but totally happy with the results. A winner.