Fusion Beauty • LipFusion Color Shine - Dream • Lip Gloss
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I do like these lipglosses, they are infused with lip enhances ingredients and overall do good for the well-being of your lips.The shade Dream particular might seem like any one berry color seen them all, but this one is an all in one winner, shine, long lasting, plumping, and cream staying power in pigmentation, I love these glosses.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought a bunch of these LipFusion Color Shine glosses a while back after my aunt raved about how amazing they were. Dream is a plummy-berry color and is one of the most pigmented glosses out of the several that I have tried. Most of these are very sheer, but Dream packs a little punch of color, though it's not totally opaque.
Aside from having decent color payoff, this also provides a pretty good shine. It's not the glossiest shine I've ever gotten from a gloss, but it's not flat like some glosses can be. I also like that this has no shimmer or sparkle, just pure shine and color. I don't find this gloss at all sticky. It really just feels like nothing's on my lips. I find the color and shine last around 3 hours, maybe 4, without eating or drinking. The color starts fading to more of a pink berry shade as it wears off. This doesn't dry out my lips at all after wear, which is also a plus.
The main reason people buy these glosses is for the plumping effect. I already have pretty full lips, so that honestly doesn't matter to me much. I get a slight tingle when I put this on. It's noticeable, but not anywhere near the burn of other lip plumpers. I do notice that my lips appear slightly larger, especially the inner parts of my top lip, which is where my lips are the thinnest. It's kind of a bee-stung effect right in that area that lasts until the gloss wears off.
While this gloss isn't bad by any means, the price is insaneeee. I luckily got these on sale, but I've seen them retail for anywhere from $40-$60. For an alright berry-colored, citrus-scented, slightly-plumping gloss, that's way too high. If you really like the shade or you're already a fan of LipFusions, I'd say go ahead and try this. But if you're on more of a budget like I am, I'm sure you can find something similar for a cheaper price.