|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I LOVE THESE! I didnt buy one for a long time because they are SOO expensive but when i saw them on sale i decided to pick one up. And i love it. it gives you a really nice plump affect on your lips! When you first apply it gives you a nice little tingling feeling which i really like! it feels sticky at first but after a while the feeling goes away. but i think they are way to expensive for what they are soo i probably wont repurchase unless they go on sale.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I like these, but NO way would I pay $24 (really Stila?!) but I got one for 1/4 that at a warehouse sale on a whim because I thought what the heck, I pay more than that for drugstore glosses these days.
Berry Mint was the one I chose. The rest looked sheer, nude or peachy which I wasn't after at the time. This one is a light pinky-lavender with very faint shimmer I can't see once it's on. It's a good-sized tube, twice as large as their regular lip glazes. They have a minty tingle (as all plumpers do to some degree and with 'mint' in the name I was fully expecting it even more, but it's not OTT). Whether they actually do plump or not, the illusion I get is that they do. I also like the shine and lasting power. They are sticky, not to the thick MAC Lipglass level of sticky; more like a thinner Buxom gloss kind of sticky if that makes sense. In fact, these remind me a lot of the Buxom line in terms of scent/taste, feel, tingle/plumping action and color (the sheer shades only, as these are too), if Buxoms came in a click-pen. I don't mind this style once it gets going; after that you only need a couple clicks to apply each time. Even without a mirror. So far it does not seem to dry out my lips wich is my main concern with plumpers and minty glosses, but it wears and looks quite nice alone or over a pink, mauve or rose lipstick to add shine. I can only give a four though, because I wish they were easier to find offline but I'll repurchase when I can either way if I see them again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I couldn't notice any difference. I've tried Victoria Secrets before, also no results. I wish I could fine a lip plumping that really works.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Not one of my favorite Stila products. Bought in the warehouse sale for $6. Good for the sale price, not for the actual price. First off, I really dislike Stila lip glaze packaging. You never know when or how much is going to come out, and the brush is a little gross. I love the way this smells, and it has a pleasant tingly feeling, but doesn't sting like so many plumping lip glosses I've tried that have literally made my lips numb. Example Mother Pucker plumper. It also looks very nice on the lips, a bit sticky, but not too much. Beautiful shine. However, I am disappointed because it only really plumps the lips slightly.
I wouldn't buy it again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love this product! I got this in Melon Mint, which is such a pretty color! Upon application, it is very sticky, but I can get past that. The color payoff is nice and the shimmer is the perfect amount. The tingly feeling isn't too overpowering and the taste/smell is mint. I gave the price a 3, but only because I got this product at Nordstrom Rack, and it was only $8.97! If I had gotten it at Sephora, I would've probably not have purchased it or had given it a 5. That's why I would recommend looking at places like Nordstrom Rack and Marshalls and places like that. The downsides to this product would probably just be the stickiness for me. But I love this product so much that I'm thinking about stocking up and going back to purchase again! (Nordstrom Rack, of course)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this in Berry Mint, a lavendar color with really subtle barely-there-at-all pink shimmer. I LOVE IT. I decided to try it today on my peeling lips (yuck, they're never usually that bad), and this really soothed them. I liked the way it felt. It felt like my lips were really being coated by a protective layer. To me, this gloss was smoother than normal Lip Glazes, since I could rub my lips together without any problems. After a few minutes, the glaze became really soft and balmy on my lips. It made my lips look (and feel) really plush and soft.
Berry Mint smells a bit like blueberry, but a blueberry scent that isn't DECIDEDLY blueberry. If that makes sense.. The minty undertone in the scent probably does that. It's a pleasant scent nonetheless, which isn't as strong as scents are in the normal lip glazes. I like that. The plumping glazes were meant to be really sheer, but I liked Berry Mint's slight color wash. It was pretty much my natural lip color, but shinier and healthier (perhaps even the slightest touch darker in some lighting). Really pretty! A great every day gloss. However, since Berry Mint doesn't come in a set like Minty Mint, CItrus Mint, and Vanilla Mint do, Berry Mint usually goes for retail price ($24). Unless I find a deal on ebay or something, I won't be repurchasing Berry Mint (sadly), because I refuse to spend $24 on a lip glaze. Although, I will purchase Minty Mint, Citrus Mint, and Vanilla Mint and try those out.
Edit: I gave away my Citrus Mint because I could not stand the smell. However, I do like Vanilla Mint (which makes my lips a bit lighter in color - kind of like the vanilla lip glaze does) and Minty Mint (basically clear with the slightest golden tinge). My only complaint is that these, since they feel so balmy, wear off way quicker than the regular lip glazes. I applied Berry Mint before I left my house and when I got to school, it was gone.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I usually review products before I purchase them, however, this was an impulse buy. I'm somewhat disappointed. Pros: it plumps slightly without burning like some plumpers, I have vanilla mint and it smells fine and I'm sensitive to smells, packaging as I love Stila's lip packages with the britstle brush and compact shape so its easy to take anywhere, lots of it in the container. Cons: extremely sticky, every 'flavor' was mint and I am not a mint fan in general, its not worth the price for what it does. I purchased it to wear over the Stila lip stain and it would be easier and more convenient for me to use some Stila gloss that I already have, already like, and can use in a variety of ways.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I love this lipgloss! It only plumps every so slightly.. but it doesn't hurt like most plumpers. I love the smell, it's not overpowering or super lingering. It's just right IMO.( I love citrus smells, nd minty smells) It's not sticky and I like that it's a bit thicker than a regular gloss. It has good lasting power and it's moisturizing. It is pricey but I think it's totally worth it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I am a lip glaze lover so it's not a shock that i love this too. It's slightly plumping, nothing too crazy. I have it in the cherry mint and the color is nice, very sheer. The only thing i don't like is the scent, it reminds me of Emetrol (the anti-nausea med), and it's not a good thing. So I will try and different scent next time.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is one of my favorite lip products right now. This stuff definitely makes my lips feel fuller, without the stinging which is caused by some plumping products. The size is pretty big as well. I will most likely repurchase this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I bought two of these in berry mint and minty mint for just £4 each!! mega mega bargain from T J Hughes. Anyway I am in love! For the record I am not a lip gloss girl at all, its always too sticky and impractical i much prefer lipstick or just a bit or carmex/blistex because i have super dry peeling lips all the time which drives me mad, I do the toothbrush and exfoliating tips and wear lip balm all the time, and nothing solved it.
Amazingly this lipgloss does- and I didnt even buy it for that reason! my lips are super soft hydrated and no longer peel and this is after 3 days of wearing it.
I have tiny lips too and this really is working as a plumper for me,there is tonnes more fullness than lip injection gave me.
Another benefit is that it doesnt irritate my lips- I had an allergic reaction to too faced lip injection, and other similar products i find burn too much.
Overall this lipgloss makes me feel sexy and feminine, its solved my flaky pout,plumped it up stays on even after a meal and numerous drinks.I cant describe how glad i am to have found this product and im going to stock up whilst i can...at £4 i'd be mad not too!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have this product in Vanilla Mint, which I know sounds yummy, but when it comes to this product, actually makes me want to retch. The plumping line of lip glaze does not come in many colors, and the colors it does come in are not super pigmented. The "plump" action is just a few minutes of a "peppermint-like" tingle, and that's it. It was super super sticky, which isnt very nice when im walking downtown on a windy day. I love Stila, but was severely disappointed with this product.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Okay, so I'm a lip gloss fiend.
And I'm always searching for something that I'll love incase Sephora is out of a favorite.
I tried Stila's Minty Mint because it's a sort of clear with a sheen of gold, sort of. Not flashy gold - more of a cream gold. I'm a rather plain jane, I don't care of color on my lips so if there is some it's really got to be a neutral almost nude.
LOVE the mint -- it makes my lips feel yummy. HATE the brush that it's got to be applied with. It gets all gucked up and you have to clean it which is a pain. It's very expensive and they don't give you much actually. I'd much rather a traditional applicator for this, I might be more inclined to use it again but the packaging just kills it for me.
It's a heavier feeling than I'm used to wearing, but I can get past that.
BUt unless Stila repackages, this gloss would not make it into my purse again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was tempted to buy Stila Plumping Lip Glaze when I was browsing around Sephora. I was not impressed with Stila lip glaze before but thought I'd give this new plumper a try anyway. Turns out to be a wrong decision. Not only is it expensive, but the plumping lip glaze does not even do the job it's supposed to--plumping I mean. Upon application, the lip glaze is sticky enough to the point you might feel it is moisturizing. It's stinging a little bit but it does not plump. I got the Melon Mint color which looks peachy orange in the tube, but the color/shimmer barely showed up on the lip. The overall effect for this so-called lip plumper is actually an almost clear sticky coat on the lip---the kind of effect you may as well get from a much cheaper lip gloss or lip balm. You may want to invest around US$10 for a Makemania Lip Silicone and get the same if not better result. I definitely will not buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is an unusual lip gloss. I have never tried anything like it. It has a strong minty smell and taste. It also tingles- for a long time! I got this in Melon Mint- the color is light but nice and layers well. It uses the same packaging as the other Stila lip glosses- clear bottle (nice b/c you can see how much), click pen, with a brush top.
Honestly I am not sure I like the minty taste/smell or the tingle. It is too much like toothpaste. I think the tingling is the "plumping." The way you plump lips is to irritate them. I'm not sure how well this works though.
Unfortunately, I seem to be allergic to this gloss. I think it is the minty stuff. It makes my nose run, my sinuses clog, and my head hurt. So, although I thought it was a good product, it didn't work for me. I had to return it- got one of the normal Stila glosses instead. Same thing, without the minty feel and taste.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I was disappointed by the lack of color in this product and I did not see a hint of plumper lips after using it for more than a week. It stays on fairly well and smells a little strange, BUT the applicator brush is phenomenal! I might buy this again because of the glossiness and the brush. This would probably be nice over a pigmented lipstick.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
So, I bought this in the winter when my lips were parched and I was exchanging a lip stain at Sephora. A Stila SA was there for the day and showed me another Stila lip stain (the Cherry Blossom) and this gloss. Now, I've tried EVERYTHING for my peeling lips and was currently on Aquaphor (how attractive : P ). When I tried this on, it was a moisture miracle! After wearing it regularly, my lips stopped peeling and have been soft ever since. No more gross red patches. And, it's not supposed to give you Angie lips (nothing will), but as the SA said, it's supposed to make your lips go from raisin-textured to grape-textured, i.e. plumps out the wrinkles but doesn't increase size. Oh, and I've been using this one tube continuously since about January so I'm very happy about the value and how long it's lasted. And try the Cherry Blossom stain if you're looking for a red one--it's nice : o )
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
oh. my. god. this lipgloss/glaze is beyond horrible. there werent many colors to chose from, but i took the berry thing. i liked the applicator, but that was about it. when i put it on, the senation was terrible. it was tingly, but in a bad way. it was stinging. and the worst thing was that it didnt even plump. i took it off immediately, but the feeling stayed for like 15 min afterward. i do not suggest this to anyone.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This glaze is sooooo much better than a gloss. It is the PERFECT cross between a lipstick and a lipgloss.
Price $24, not a lot of product for the price.
Color choices are limited.
Applicator. I hate those brush on thingys. I like the sponge applicators soooo much better.
It's perfect. I love it.
Shimmery without being gaudy shiny.
Berry Mist. I love it, oh yeah I already said that.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I saw these in Ulta and purchased this in "Melon Mint". I love it! It's expensive for a lip gloss ($24) which is the only downfall. It is basically a clear gloss with slight shimmer and a minty taste. I notice that my lips look a bit plumper...but mostly it just gives a healthy, shiney look to your lips. Will buy again...love it.