GOSH Intense Lip Colour - 301

GOSH Intense Lip Colour - 301
GOSH Intense Lip Colour 301 (1)


6 reviews

100% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.7

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.7

Price: $$$


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Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

So, I got this in 304 at shoppers for 15 bucks, which is a bit steep for a drugstore gloss. First off, I love the packaging. It's simple and chic, and it has a handy mirror and light. I had this gloss for ages without even knowing about it! Anyway. Pigmentation: Amazing. Formula: Feels great on my lips, not drying at all, non-sticky. Smell: SMELLS AMAZING. I looove lipglosses with a pleasant scent. This one smells sweet....like..marshmallows maybe? Not quite sure, but I love it!! ONLY PROBLEM:It stains my lips. So, if it smudges AT ALL, it stains your skin, and can make you look like a clown. Also really difficult to remove once it's stained your skin, btw. Also, it's pricey, and I'm a gurl on a budget :/ But, other than that, I love it, will not repurchase that exact shade, but will def. check out some new ones :)

Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine

Eyes: Green

This product is very good, has a lot of pigments (I'm 302 - nude) and gives my lips a lot of volume. It hydrates, has a nice gloss, but only thing that worry me is terrible smell, but it doesn't have taste. Actually, very good. :D

on 4/18/2011 10:05:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

Gosh has burned me before, but they've made up for it this time. The last time i bought Gosh Gloss my lips just looked wet, i was leery about trying them again, but coudln't resist the colours. when i tried them on in store, i fell in love - actual colour! and great colours too, rich, creamy colours, that looked like lipstick but felt as light and moisturizing as gloss. the mirror is great, the light is brilliant, and the price is amazing

my only beef is that the packaging is small....just a little bit bigger would make this the best gloss of all time

i went in to buy one gloss and ended up with three - 301, 302, and 303 - the greatest thing about these three colours is that wearing two at once makes a brand new fantastic colour

i used to be a die hard mac and nars gloss gal, but i have to say that gosh has swayed me

well played gosh, well played!

on 4/11/2011 11:56:00 PM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm

Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse

Eyes: Black

This is my first foray into the GOSH cosmetics line and I'm pleasantly surprised by its superior quality for a drugstore brand. Packaging is cute and practical with a mirror on the side and a cap that lights on with a click. I LOVE this lipgloss!! The color payoff is amazing; opaque and creamy. Feels ultra comfortable on my lips. 301 is a milky baby pink, great with a smoky eye, but my favourite is 303, a blue-toned pink which is sooo pretty on and makes my teeth look whiter than they are. I have sensitive lips that respond badly to so many lip products. They are easily dried out and peel often. Not with this. I hope GOSH comes out with more shades!

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on 4/6/2011 12:57:00 AM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool

Hair: Other, Wavy, Other

Eyes: Brown

Wow... to the person below me, thank you for enlightening me on the LED light! I've had this for about 3 months now, never noticed it. HOW GREAT IS THAT?!

Anyways, love love love this gloss. It's opaque which I love in a gloss. On my lip colour it's actually quite nude, just adds a touch more pink. I don't find it sticky at all as my lips touch each other, but if my hair gets dragged across my face, a few hairs always get stuck. Lovely smell of vanilla. It's also great to put over top of different colours. I usually put it over MAC's shy girl and just love the mix of the pinkyness of GOSH 301 with the peachyness of shy girl. Love this product.

Great colour pay off, great formula, great, smell, great packaging (mirror and LED light!). This is my go to lip colour product.

Age: 25-29

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

Wowie zowie, this is the gloss that keeps on giving!

I picked this up recently at a local Shoppers Drug Mart. GOSH has no information about the "Intense Lip Colour" line on their website, but it seems to be very similar to the "Light'n Shine" line of lip glazes GOSH has out -- I've never used any of the Light'n Shines, but the packaging is identical, and the only difference I can see in the product is that the Light'n Shines seem to be more of a translucent gloss, where the Intense Lip Colour is more opaque.

301 is a light, almost milky rose colour. It applies nicely to my lips, and settles down to a very natural-looking shade that I like to wear everyday. Although all glosses are naturally sticky, this is probably the least sticky one I've ever encountered -- I have very long hair, and if I'm outside on a windy day, I don't have any problems with my hair blowing about and getting caught in a tacky lip trap! This gloss also has a very nice scent -- a light vanilla smell that doesn't get too overwhelming. It doesn't last quite as long as I'd like, but then, no gloss ever does.

Now on to what was a big surprise for me -- the packaging (although anyone familiar with the Light'n Shine line won't be shocked). When I first picked this up, I didn't consider the packaging much -- it's a rectangular tube with a clear body and a cap in the typical matte black that I expect from GOSH, with a doefoot applicator that I prefer for applying glosses. Soon after buying it, I noticed a small mirror set into one of the sides of the tube -- deeply inlaid, so it won't catch on anything. Not the first time it's been done, but a nice surprise, and works well when applying on the fly. A while later, I noticed there was a rubbery nub set in the cap of the package -- I didn't think of it much, but I had a tendency to fiddle with it. One day, when unscrewing the cap, I actually pressed on the nub, and CLICK -- there was light! The nub, as I'm sure many of you who are much smarter than I have long figured out, is a button. There are two LED lights set in the underside of the cap/applicator, so when you're applying your gloss, the lights shine down the applicator to light up your lips. Combined with the mirror, this is an awesome gloss for the gal on the go (Or at least the gal with 40 watt lightbulbs in her house, like me).

This is yet another GOSH product that has left me a happy customer -- I love this gloss, and I'll certainly be picking it up in the other shades.

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