Would you buy this lipstick if NO RETURNS/NO EXCHANGES was splashed all over the website, instead of tucked away where it takes multiple clicks to get to it? That is the question. I'm skeptical of this company, despite the virtuous image it cultivates. Before you order, just know that you will be stuck with whatever you buy. The online ads ("75,000+ happy customers!") paint a glowing picture. But if you get three unflattering colors, like I did, it's small consolation that some of the money you've wasted is supposed to go to charity.
The cool colors looked a little bubble gummy to me, so I thought I would be safer with neutrals: Huntress, Kisses, and Girls Night Out. One-swipe disappointments, all. Huntress, the only shade that looked like it could work, pulled a flat, chalky, peachy-orange on me. They feel like a nice shea butter lip balm, so I might not be complaining if the colors had worked. But they were too depressing to wear -- even home alone. And then, buried in the website, I found the no-return policy. Money (hand-poured!) down the drain.
Lesson learned. I will never purchase color cosmetics from a random Facebook ad again! This company might not be as bogus as I suspect it is. But if they really have as many ecstatic five-star reviewers as they claim, they could surely afford to offer returns and exchanges to dissatisfied customers. They don't even offer samples.