|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I bought this on the way to work one day because I had inadvertently left the house without putting my lipstick in my handbag (horror of horrors!). I didn't want to spend out a lot because it was only an "emergency supply". This was £9.50 which I thought was reasonable.
I have previously gone for long lasting lipsticks but I thought I'd give this one a try because I liked the colour and I have decided to give lighter colours a try now I'm getting on a bit! I had recently read that older women shouldn't stick to dark or bright colours as they had done in the past.
It goes on very well and does indeed seem quite moisturizing although this does mean it isn't a long-laster. But as moisturizing lipsticks go I think it's longevity isn't bad. You do need to reapply after eating or drinking although you can probably get away with the odd sip.
As to the colour I really love it and it is indeed flattering to the older woman (I'm 55). It's a light pink shade - perhaps a touch of coral - which I have never worn before. I have pale skin and red hair and it's much more flattering than the darker/brighter corals I have tended to use in the past or the bronze-red colors I have also gone for.
I would buy it again but it may well have started me off on a new search for a whole different lipstick wardrobe.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I have this in Golden rose, which i received in a free gift bag from No7. It does exactly what it says on the tube, s its very moisturising and lasts well. Okay, its a basic lippy but it works well and i'll probably repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got this in a gift set and it's one of my favourites. Although it doesn't go so far as to actually moisturise your lips, it doesn't leave them dry either, and I have super sensitive dry lips! I have the shade Plum Beautiful and it's perfect becasue a light touch of this is my lips but better. Worth buying.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Love it! Love it! Love it!
For a perfectly gorgeous, natural but plumped up juicy look - this is the combination to try:
1. No7 Perfect Lips Pencil (Caramel)
2. No7 Moisture Drench Lipstick (Bare)
3. No7 High Shine Lipgloss (Whisper)
This gorgeous trio of lip colours will always live in my makeup bag!!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This lippie is a good basic to have in your make up bag. I have this in 25 highland mist (a light plum colour) and 90 waterlily ( a peachy perky pink colour) both i got in a No7 free gift bags. I dont think this product is ultra-moisturising but it is very creamy and matte so i prefer to apply a clear gloss over the top. It wasnt that smooth to apply but stayed on quite well, i wouldnt buy this again as would like to try other brands but overall a good staple.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
i was not actually planning on buying a lipstick when i bought this but it was on sale for €3 so i thought what the hell. i got this in "chic" and its a beautiful pinky-brown shade of nude, or at least it looks nude-ish on me coz its close to the natural color of my lips with just the perfect hint of pink. it's feels very soft and creamy when applied and has a matte finish so i just top it off with some clear lip gloss if i want to look glossy. "moisture drench" is probably a bit of an overstatement coz i dont find it to be super moisturizing however it does not dry out my lips either.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I keep buying lipsticks, not sure why. Maybe I enjoy the tubes. Anyway, was in CVS and felt the need to explore the Boots colors, not for a moment considering that I'd buy one, full-priced ($9.99, drugstore, which is $35.00 in Department Store dollars). Well one thing led to another, sampling occured, and Moisture Drench Starshell made it's way into the cart. I don't know how things without a soul talk me into adopting them. The color is, maybe, what I've been looking for my whole life, or at least the last six weeks. It's a light, "Oh, The Oscars? Of course I'm going" corally/pinky shade. The good news is that I applied it immediately in the car and felt ravishing in the supermarket after. It's pretty, a bit dainty without being gutless. In the right application, it could be a little slutty. Will re-review when my meds regulate.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really liked this lipstick, loved the Plum Beautiful colour. The moisturising effect was just right for me, any more would have made it more like a lip balm/gloss, not a lipstick, while this had a bit more staying power. I too received this free and am a bit shocked to learn from other reviewers that it costs £8.50, No7 lipsticks never used to be that expensive. However, I think the product is good quality and has a very long shelf life - I am usually throwing moisture rich lipstick out after 6 weeks because they've dried out and become cakey, no matter how good the packaging. Not so with this one, and it doesn't seem like bad value to me with that factored in. A good reliable handbag staple, will repurchase.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I am a PPP and this lipstick is not super moisturizing, it's just a regular lipstick. The Plum Beautiful color I think is a pinky brown. All my friends comment on my brown, pretty lipstick. I have one in my purse, one at work, and one at home. It is just nice, but nothing special.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
i chose colour tulip because it was the closes to wine red I could find. Put it on and it looked pink!So I was dissappointed with the colour.
the colour is very rich so you only need to dab on a tiny bit. Though having said that the colour fades very quickly so you'll need to reapply often.very
expensive lipstick £8.50 but I wanted a good moisturing one and the description of this particular one fitted the bill. It did turn out to be a good moisturising lipstick as my lips didn't feel dry at all.
I do not think I will repurchase as I think it is too expensive for a lipstick that I will only use occasionally.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got a free one of these in Golden Rose and although its not a colour I would have chosen myself as it looks bright orange on their website, its actually a nice nude colour once on.
These aren't really moisturising but not as drying as some and do last reasonably well. I like several of the colours: bare, highland mist, plum beatiful, chic and divine.
The price on these seems to keep going up and up, £9.50 at last look
although they are usually on 3 for 2. the sheer temptations are also nice but are expensive for something very waxy!
I don't think I would buy again as there are other brands I want to try like Fran Wilson.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
The colour range is very original, and the staying power is very, very good, however I didn't find this lipstick moisturising whatsoever...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Just bought this in Number 35 'Paradise'. It's really lovely, a medium pink shade with a gold sheen to it. It isn't the most moisturising lipstick I've ever used, but it certainly isn't the most drying. I would say it provides average moisture. I've found it to be reasonably long lasting for a moisturising lipstick too. I imagine this shade would suit a lot of people. Will probably buy this again.
Age: Unknown Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Great product, cheap looking packaging, i got a makeup artists kit for xmas with 16 drench colours, tulip is gorgeous for full on glam days. very good products.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I got this lipstick as part of a free gift in the shade "Plum Beautiful" (No30), and I think it's pretty good. While drench is probably an over-exaggeration, it is pretty moisturising, meaning I don't have to apply lipgloss afterwards as I do with many other lipsticks. The colour is a nice wintery pink shade, perfect for everyday wear. As the previous reviewers have said, it is a little expensive for a high-street brand, but as I got it free I can't really complain.
I also have this lipstick in Chic and Bare- Chic is really nice, a perfect day-to-day kind of shade, but I personally feel that Bare is a little too beige for my tastes: I prefer my neutrals slightly deeper and less like concealer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have this lipstick in the shade 'Petal', an ultra pretty pink! Its a great lipstick for me as I get very dry lips so I need a lipstick thats moisturising. It lasts a few hours on me too before I need to reapply it so thats great too. My only complaint is the price, I think it was £8.50 and as the previous reviewer said - its a lot of money for a high street brand. I would buy it again but only if Boots was doing one of their offers e.g. a free lipstick when you spend over £15
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is one of the best lipsticks I have ever used! I have it in 'chic' which is the perfect subtle colour I have been trying to find. It doesn't drench with moisture like it claims, but it does soften and moisturise while somehow looking matte ?! It is probably my favourite texture of a lipstick I have ever tried. It comes in alot of great colours including the basics and some of those colours I have always been looking for but never found any brand did right! It feels lovely on, stays on and has SPF of 15! The price is slightly annoying, I think it was 8 or 9 pounds which is too much for a highstreet lipstick. It is definetly better than alot, if not all the cheapier lipsticks I have come across!