Fusion Beauty • LipFusion lip pluming color shine • Lip Treatments
|Would buy this product again.||79%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
So I snagged two of these at my local TJ Maxx for $7.99 each. I got Kiss and Smooch. I really like the colors and the fact that the gloss is not sticky. The plumping action is not that strong-feeling, but I can def tell a difference in the volume of my lips. My lips are already pretty full and pigmented, but I still wanted that injection look. This does not give you results like a procedure, but my lips are bigger. This is more pleasant than the Too Faced Lip Injection, which is like setting your lips on fire.
I'm happy with these only because I paid so little for them, but I'd return them if I bought them from Sephora. It's not a bad product, but for the retail price ($38), I'd except a MUCH better result.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Green
my boyfriend bought me this after i was reading how amazing it was (on other sites not on MUA) and watchin vid of a girl trying it out an reviewing it, an i kept sayin how much i wanted it lol..he got me the shade Flirt, its light baby pink with slight gold shimmer. smells slightly of oranges. the packaging is gorgeous looks expensive. i really wanted to love this product but its actually crap. it didnt plump my lips atall it was just like a nice high shine gloss that smoothed out the lines, but pretty much every gloss i own does that even E.L.F Plupming Lip Glaze and they're like £1.50!!
it also doesnt last long on the lips atall, i timed it and it wore off in 20minutes (i didnt eat/drink/move my lips in that time), and i dont lick my lips or anything to make it come off quickly. Too Faced original Lip Injection is 100x better, lasts longer and plumps my lips SO much! this was such a waste of money! x
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I bought the color summer. It looks like a pretty pink, but when I put it on my lips it kinda looks more like a brownish-pink. I noticed a slight difference and it didn't burn the crap out of my lips like the victoria secrect brand. I also got a sample of the clear one. Will let you guys know if I see a difference.
Update on the clear color. It works about the same. I don't really notice a big difference, but it does moisturize my lips very nicely.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I just bought this in Bloom which is a natural strawberry color. Well, it works. My lips are fuller. The gloss is non-sticky and has staying power. I'm picky about lip glosses. I usually use Bare Esscentuals Buxom Babes. This is a good quality lip gloss and actually plumps my lips. I'm hooked. The price is absurdly expensive. Think I'll be frugal using this to make it last longer. Not painful to use. Slight tingling and then a bit of numbness.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I LOVE THIS STUFF. It's super expensive if you just think of it as a gloss -but it's a treatment!! I have very thin lips and this completely changes the definition of my upper lip. I like the smell, I like the taste, I even have come to love the gentle tingle that the plumping action gives my lips. I have purchased the DBL XL, the berrry and the bloom shades. If this had SPF 15 in it - I would never wear anything else. Colors look opaque in the tube - but are sheer, but buildable color. Not sticky, as compared to MAC lipglass. DuWop's Lip Venom burned my lips - oh my god it hurt so much - but this is a painless lip plumping treatment with gorgeous colors.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I have quite a few colors of this lovely gloss. Some are very sheer, some look really opaque but only give a nice sheer color tint on my really pigmented lips. These glosses are really expensive but worth it IMO. I have full lips to begin with and this gloss just adds more volume without stinging. It also lasts for hours and hours, so a tube lasts a really long time. I hope the company comes out with more opaque colors.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I got this in "Bare" as a sample at Sephora. I would not normally spend almost 40 dollars on a lip gloss, but I am going to miss this product once my sample runs out. It definitely plumps my lips a little, leaves them moisturized, and the colors are nice. Plus it seems to last a really long time. I think I can say without hesitation that this is the best lip gloss I've ever used.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
First have a look at this photo on non-stinging plumpers on my profile: http://www.makeupalley.com/account/pic.asp/f=926604/c=/u=vyxxyn/k=
If you invested $38 in this thing hoping it will deliver its promises, then be prepared for major disappointment. You're just helping the company to buy more advertising airtime on TV. If you're going to use Lipfusion for the first time, may I suggest you get it from ebay. Read the reviews below, I did but chose to believe the informercials over real user reviews, and went ahead to buy 2 for myself! No real change in lip size. If at all, just the lines on lips got smoothened out. Not noticeable from 3rd person's perspective, I seriously think the lips shown on commercials were edited. Firstly despite Fusion Beauty's claims of no stinging or burning, Lipfusion does sting lips, although it is not as painful as brands like Urban Decay or Duwop. This feeling starts about 10 seconds after application, and lasts about 5-10 minutes depending on how much gloss I've put on. In my opinion, nicest natural-looking colors that would suit most skin tones are Bare, Sugar, and Fresh in that order. I tried on all colors in the store but bought my tubes from ebay for $16-19 each including shipping, from trusted sellers. If you purchase from ebay, make sure they are known colors on Sephora's, Ulta's or Fusion Beauty's websites, as those marked "unreleased colors" and/or don't come with packaging and/or color labels are fakes. Lastly Lipfusion's technology is NOT new. There are at least 2 other brands that plump lips as lightly as Lipfusion does, that share exactly the same technology of micro-injected marine collagen, they're not advertised therefore their regular prices are much lower. Alice in Wonderland by Goldie (sister company of Hard Candy) $12, and Liplicious Plumper $8 both can be bought from Bath And Body Works, but come in limited choice of colors. I've tried both, both give exactly the same plumping effects of Lipfusion. Liplicious doesn't sting, it gives a nice numbing sensation instead. Despite this, I might buy Lipfusion again if I can get a good deal on ebay, and only because I like their color Sugar.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I've been using these since they came out. I'm surprised there aren't more reviews. It's expensive, but the technology is the only thing that gives me a decent-sized lip. I won't give it a 5, because I want something that makes my lips even bigger. I like this better than XL because it's $12 cheaper and does the same thing.
The colors are great. Clinique Full Potential and MAC Plushglass work just as well, but these colors are better. MAC and Clinique have too many with shimmer. One note, the colors tend to be sheerer on the lips than in the tube.
Don't waste your money on BE Buxom Lips or Patricia Wexler. They promise the same technology, but I didn't see the same difference on my lips and they burned! This one is just a mild tingle.
I think it used to work longer before and now I don't stay plumped as long. But I'll keep buying unless an even better product comes along.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love the all the colors I've tried. My most recent purchase was Berry and it's really pretty raspberry read in the tube. Goes on lighter, but still fairly well pigmented for a gloss. The plumping is great, as will all the colors. This is a just a great product and my favorite lipgloss of all time! I currently have Berry, Sugar, Bare, Smooch, Flirt and Clear. Looking forward to getting more! The price is a little steep at $38, but you can get some great deals on ebay.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight Eyes: Brown
Have this in Bare, love it! The color is very sheer as are all of the LipFusion color glosses. It is very similar to NARS Chihuahua, a milky nudish pinkish. Very subtle, but nice. I did not purchase this for the color, however, because if you are looking for color payoff, this is not where you should look. The plumping, however, is amazing. IME, it absolutely makes your lips fuller. I think it is because it fills them out/hydrates them. Not exactly sure how, but it does work. I usually notice they are the biggest an hour or two after application. Also, I read that repeated use and night-time use are also good ways to get the most out of the plumping action. Next I am going to buy it in Dream, the plummy YLBB color. I probably won't buy any more colors though, since they are all so sheer to really even be noticeable. I will repurchase for the plumping, though. Hope this helps!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
after reviewing the original clear gloss and the XL treatment, i had to review the lip fusion color shines as well! this has become the only lip glosses i ever use! i was never a lippie kinda girl, so the sheer colors were perfect for me. i wear the nudes when i want to make an understatement, the reds when i'm feeling bold and the pinks for every day. i always have one in my purse and swipe it on whenever my lips feel dry or when i want a tingle. unlike other glosses, this texture stays put and it does a better job keeping my lips moist than any waxy balms i tried. i believe the hydrating properties of this gloss is what plumps up the lips and diminishes all those lines! i am still trying to collect all the colors they have as i am seriously addicted!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I have this in Blush and Kiss, as well as the XL and clear versions. I like the color glosses the best, as they're very flattering and wearable and just as effective as the others. I must say I don't think LipFusion is a terrific plumper, but there is *some* difference, and I'm a fan of the tingly feeling and scent.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
this gloss is deceptive at first. just when you think this gloss lacks everything and it's crap, it starts to settle on your lips and do what it claims (plumps, shines, and hydrates). for the money it better! i bought it @ ULTA and started w/ Flirt--a very soft shimmery pink which i think is my fav. when applied gloss does tingle a bit but it's tolerable and does ebb. it can be a bit sticky but manageble. i will usually apply it then after 5 minutes or so (a lit'l allowance time to absorb and expend), add a layer of vaseline or even M.F. maxalicious on top which makes it less sticky and gives even more shine. overall this is a nice alternative, especially for us gloss girls. settles well w/ more staying power. it is pricey but imho it's a worthy splurge.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Overly priced for a product that simply does NOT work. Also it has the tingly annoying feeling. Too sticky as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
Best plumping gloss ever. Finally, a plumper that I can wear & still kiss my husband! After his protest against Lip Injection (which I also love) I decided to try this.. and found it at Costco for $15.
Even if this didn't plump, I would still buy it for $15 - it is a wonderful gloss, feels good and stays on. The colour, shine, and amount of stickyness are perfect. But it does plump my lips, I have to be careful when applying because it does slightly irritate the outer corners of my mouth.. but I expected that from a plumper and all.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have this in Sweet, which imparts the prettiest, shimmery pale pink glow ever. Plumpwise, it takes a few days for the plumping to be noticeable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I have this in 2 shades (dual-sided wand): sexy and kiss. Sexy is a nice sheer red, kiss is a sheer candy pink. Neither are all that noticeable when applied, although kiss does impart a nice natural reddish tint... and then it migrates practically up to my hairline! I should say; they BOTH do. I don't line when I use gloss, and I've never ever ever had a problem with my glosses staying where I put them until these. I unsuspectingly applied kiss as I would any other balm, then popped out to run errands. When next I caught a glimpse of myself I had deranged, glossy clown-mouth! Acccccccckkkk!!! I suppose I *could* line when I use these, but they just aren't worth it. If it's the smoothing you seek (and you're willing to pay for it) I recommend the clear in conjunction with your regularly scheduled gloss.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I enjoyed the tingly minty feeling on my lips briefly and loved the sheer natural color I chose ("Bare") - perfect for the summer. As I use it I notice my lips are more smooth than before. Are they plumped?? I'm thinking, "Not really!" The price tag is insanely high and I was having a temporary insanity moment when I got talked into purchasing. Would not purchase again just because I think there are less expensive lip smoothing products out there....I just have to find them!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
There are not enough words to express my love for this lip gloss. It's the only lip plumper that really works for me. I have it in Sweet - it's a lovely sheer baby pink shade with lots of shimmer and it makes my lips look so plump it's crazy!!! It's very pricey but I'd definately buy again.