Maybelline • Shine Seduction [DISCONTINUED] • Lip Gloss
|Would buy this product again.||61%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
No, I would not buy this again. In fact, mine was thrown in the trash. The color I got was fine, but the gloss kept coming, and coming, and coming through the little holes on the applicator. What a joke!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I purchased one of these a few weeks ago and instantly fell in love, so much in love that I went back later and bought three more tubes of various colors. The packaging is so adorably chic, I couldn't resist. Unfortunately after buying various shades I realized how sheer these were. All the shades I tried on looked the same on me and just left a milky tint on my lips. Also, the scent turned me off; other reviewers describe it as melon but I have yet to see the resmeblence. Plus, the shimmery shades have rather obvious glitter that seems to end up everywhere. Lasting power was not too swell either. I ended up keeping one and returning the rest.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I just bought 2 of these from CVS for $5 each. What a bargain! This newest lip product from Maybelline will definitely fool you into thinking you have purchased a much higher end product. There is a faint, sweet, scent, and it goes on smooth and silky. It is not stickey, thick or goopey. I wouldn't call the color sheer, because the pigment is noticeable but it is far from opague, and the color is buildable. The finish is not super shiney, it just makes your lips look moisturized. The packaging is super sleek - a silver, long tube, with slanted, smooth platic applicator tip. You twist the bottom, and the color comes out small holes in the tip. It is very controlable and easy to use. The color selection is a bit limited right now, but there are enough colors that I easily found 2 that I love. The name of the colors are not printed on the tube, only the numbers. I purchased #140, which is a cool, sheer, bright pink (think closer to fushia than bubble gum pink). This color is incredibly wearable and flattering. The other color I purchased is #620 (Nude Glow..I happen to remember the name), which is a sheer, natural beige. At $5 each, it is hard to imagine myself paying $20 for gloss again.