|Would buy this product again.||74%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
I like these lipsticks, I have it in toasted almond and tickled pink. both are nice colors. toasted almond is brownish pinkish color, and tickled pink is a shimmery pink color. both are great, i use them alot. i dont like drugstore lipsticks too much, I mainly use MAC lipsticks but I like loreal color riche lipsticks. they have nice color selection and texture is good too. i will be buying more of these.
however, i donot think these lipsticks are as nice as MAC lipsticks, i still find MAC lipsticks to be the best in terms of pigmentation, texture and color pay off.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Brown, Curly Eyes: Green
this is an okay product. it's not an HG product of mine. the packaging is nice, i really like the gold. i got it in fairest nude and it doesn't show up at all on my lips. it's pretty pricey, around $9. kind of stupid for a product that barely has any pigmentation, i could spend an extra $6 and get a MAC lipstick that has a wider color selection, true nudes, and more pigmentation. if you sweep a color on your lips, it won't show up, maybe just a little brighter or lighter, but not much from what i've seen. i've been using it because i want to use it up. i wouldn't recommend this and i wouldn't buy again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
What I liked
Found the lipstick goes on smoothly and is a nice shape for my lips. Had a nice subtle glitter effect and glossy shine. The smell did not bother me. Easy to remove or fix mistakes.
What I disliked.
Bought the colour Intense Flaming Fuchsia 382. Found the colour didn't match the one on the packaging, it was a little darker, but that is expected with most lipsticks, best you use a tester. The coverage was also too translucent for my liking unlike Revlon, though it improved after several coats. It also wasn't very last longing, but wasn't smudgy.
Overall the lipstick had a nice feel to it, shine and colour even though a little translucent.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have a love/hate relationship with these lipsticks. I buy them for the colors and creaminess which I love but I can never really enjoy them because of the over the top fragrance.
Why oh why does L'Oreal not listen to customers when so many have complained about the smell of their lip products?? It seems ot be the #1 complaint. Revlon took their previously awful scent out but I think L'Oreal wants this heavy flowery scent associated with their lipsticks. They added it to their new line the caress lipsticks.
I know Nars and MAC have a scent but it doesn't get in your face the way L'oreal does.
The L'oreal scent is so cloying to me. Like the way little old ladies in church when they put on too much perfume smell. I could tolerate it if they dialed it down a couple of notches. It bums me out because I like the color selection and feel of this lipstick.
The color selection used to be fabulous but I notice the stores are scaling this back. I wonder if L'Oreal is planning to discontinue it or just have a smaller selection of colors.
The good: I have 2 colors that I love. Tropical coral which is a peachy pink with a beautiful satin finish and Pink Tranquilo which is a soft pinky deep nude. Pink tranquilo never makes me looked washed out but it is a quiet and subdued pink. I believe that particular color was discontinued. Tropical coral is such a pretty color for summer and it has a slight sparkle. Very unique.
I have searched in other lipstick lines to find similar colors especially the tropical coral but there is nothing that I can find to dupe it. While I love the color and texture it gags me because of the smell so I only wear it when I really want that color. Luckily I discovered Niagra by Nars which is similar but does not have the little bit of frost that tropical coral does.
I like that L'oreal does not feather and it has decent staying power. If you don't mind the smell I think it is the best of the drug store lipsticks for quality and color.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
i saw a commercial for this lipstick claiming it was the 'number one lipstick in the world' and the colours looked gorgeous on the model so i thought i would go and pick one up. i chose the colour 303 Rose Tendre which in the tube looked like a baby pink with some shimmer, unfortunetly there was no testers for this colour so i bought it on a whim as no other colours really appealed to me, put it on my lips and there was no colour at all after layering it on my lips about 5 times it just looked like i put a lipbalm on it felt smooth, moisterising and smelt nice but the colour payoff is crap will not be repurchasing another color riche lipstick again. the darker colors might be better but im a nude/light pink kinda girl.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is a horrible product. The colors are great and they go on creamy but within minutes my lips start drying out, specifically my lower lip. After skimming these reviews it seems like there is a trend with this problem. This is not one of L’oreals best products unfortunately.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I enjoy these lipsticks. They go one creamy and the color is awesome. The product itself is a bit drying for my lips and I feel I need to add a top coat of gloss to keep my lips from drying up. The color lasts for me about 3-4hrs in between touch ups. I have the color 303 Royal Red and it is a very pretty Red for fall and winter months.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
These have a great selection of colors and are nicer for a light-weight lippie, however for some reason they gave me a dry irritated patch around my lower lips. I tried using them several separate times with same results so it was definitely these, didn't have the issue before and have not since I stopped. The packaging sucks too, with the little lock thing. Too much thought to be spared in putting the cap back on. No big deal but a little annoying. I would have repurchased if the formula was not so irritating, but my skin is really picky so I would recommend trying them if you have normal skin.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
I love this Lipstick whether I am wearing it on it's own or under some gloss. I have it in the shade 124 Pink lady, i am on my second tube now. I just love how creamy it is it glides on like a dream!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Loreal Colour Riche lipstick smells awful! It smells very artificial and sickeningly sweet like cheap sugary candy. I would not re-purchase. And in Canada they are $10.99! Way overpriced. I love all the Revlon lip products which are less expensive and completely scent-free. I will stick to them from now on. If you are sensitive about fragrances like I am, I'd avoid the Loreal. It irritated my lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I purchased this in 800 - fairest nude. I was kind of shocked that I had such a difficult time finding the "right" nude for my fair skin, so you can imagine my excitement when I found this one. The best way to describe the shade is creamy, pale neutral pink (with almost purple-y undertones in some light). It has a little shine to it, but that doesn't affect the nude look that I was going for when I purchased it. It feels pretty hydrating, though as with most lip sticks, I find it will accentuate the lines of my lips if they're dry, so I like to apply it over a balm. It's not incredibly long-lasting (nor do they claim it is), but I only have to reapply a few times throughout the workday.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I have this lipstick in the color 250, Make me Blush, and it's beautiful, a perfect color for fall. The color is rich and pigmented, it's moisturizing on the lips, and it stays put for a really long time. This would be absolutely lovely if it weren't for the god awful smell that this lipstick has. I don't know if it's just my shade, or maybe i got a bad lipstick or something, but the smell is really terrible. It smells like old makeup, like a lipstick your grandmother would have, and that smell just gives me a headache. It's too bad, because otherwise it was a lovely lipstick, maybe I'll have to try it in another color.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This review is for L'Oreal Colour Riche Lipstick in Shade 180 Silky Java. I'm fairly certain that NC40/42's will appreciate this shade. It's an easy, everyday, easy to wear shade - somewhere between a dusty rose and toffee, which means it helps bring up the complexion by adding some pink. The formula is very lightweight, the finish glossy.
The product is a slanted bullet shape which means no lip brush is necessary. Pinky browns are a favorite, but they can be hard to find in terms of getting a combination of shade and formula. This covers all the bases; it feels silky, very moisturizing and is just right in every way. I can't wait to wear this in the colder months when my lips dry out really fast - this one is a winner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
oh I m happy that at last i found my own lipstick. I dont wandder any more how to make lipstick last long.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Love this product. I've been wearing L'Oreal Color Riche Nature's Blush lipstick since High School, over a decade ago. It goes on smooth, it isn't tacky or thick and it doesn't dry out my lips. I've also been satisfied with it's staying power and nude color selections. I mainly use drugstore lipstick and occasionally try higher end brands but this is the best.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this product, best lip stick I've tried. I always hate sticky lip sticks so when I tried this brand I was thrilled because it doesn't make my lips stick together making it difficult to talk. Also, the color is really amazing and it really lasts. I bought this at a warehouse sale for only $2, but I've seen fliers advertising for $6 (originally $8), so I think the price is affordable for the general public as well. The texture is great too, very moisturizing that I sometimes wear as a lip balm since it peels off the dead skin on my lips and making it totally smooth.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got this in a color that doesn't seem to be listed here so I'm putting this review under the general Colour Riche category. The color is Berry Royale and the lipstick itself has a little "tear drop" of serum in the middle, though nowhere on the tube does it say anything about serum. In any case, this is a great subtle pink that I can see wearing anytime I want a little color. The lipstick goes on very smoothly, though it has a crayon-y smell that many lippies have unfortunately. I got this lipstick when I recently went on a lipstick-buying tear, buying online (based on reviews) and in stores. All five new lippies were different shades of pink but there are subtle differences between them, which makes me think I'll use some more than others. This one is a little on the boring side but when I need something understated and low-key, with a hint of color and a comfy feeling on my lips, this will be just the ticket. I doubt I'll buy again but I also doubt I'll ever hit pan.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have used this lipstick for years because it has some perfect shades. In particular, Sienna, Sunwash, Pure Burgundy and Nature's Blush. I use it even though I hate the smell and taste of it because it has a good consistency, it lasts, and the colours are so perfect on me. I just don't understand why they have to add that bitter taste. I had to replace my Sunwash recently and could not find it in most stores. It looks like they are about to delete this line of natural shades. The one I got is flawed as I can barely twist it up.
I know, it seems odd to give a high rating when I have major complaints. But these shades are so perfect that I overlook the bitter taste. These lipsticks last for years especially if you have as many as I do and rotate them, and eventually they will get rancid. But I have actually come to the bottom of the tube more than once because I love them and use them several times a day.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
this is one of my favourite lipsticks but this blonde/brunette selection is just a gimmic. I have the colur 253 nude which is a nude pink recommended for blondes(I'm avery dark brunette) and it suits me fine.In fact I prefer it to some of the brunette line. Nice lipsticks, nice packaging, average price , worth a try.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Overall, I highly recommend the L'Oreal Colour Riche lipsticks. This brand can frequently be found on ebay for just a few bucks, or on discount upwards of 75% off retail. At this price, I can get more than just on a few and be OK with a couple of stinkers.
LINDA'S BEIGE #809 - Linda's Beige is a true neutral. It's a medium tone beige without a warm or cool cast. The color swatch at the L'Oreal website makes #809 look like a peach-brown - the color in person is actually a bit darker and does not have an orange cast. On my light-medium white skin, #809 looks like a dark nude or a light brown. I think #809 might make a nice nude on darker skin than my own. Glides on smooth. Just a touch of shimmer. Has a bit of gloss bit its not overdone. I am looking for a shade lighter than this one but am still happy to have this in my collection. I purchased an extra for back-up.
DUNE #875 - Dune is a peach-brown with some shimmer. It is slightly lighter than Linda's Beige and highly wearable. Although I tend to gravitate to mauve & rose lip colors, DUNE is a color that I can easily wear. On my light-medium skin, it's just right for a natural look that doesn't scream nude makeup palette.
BELLA DONNA MAUVE #202 - Bella Donna Mauve gets rave reviews from the make-up community. However, I find it to be too pink & too orange to be a true mauve or rose color. Based on the reviews that I had read and the swatches that I had viewed, I expected to love this color but I don't. I like it but don't love it.
CASHMERE #854 - This is a neutral, go-to color that serves me well as a back-up. I keep a tube of this color in my office desk & another a home. It's a nudish rose-brown with ever so slight gold flecks. Goes with everything. I would buy it again.
LAETITIA'S CHAMPAGNE #114 is a pink-rose shimmer that is unlike swatches. Not brown enough, not nude enough to be a color that is contemporary. Probably my least favorite.