Boots 17 Sheer Moisture Lipstick Reviews
Product Type: Boots 17 makeup
Newest Review: ... of lipsticks in my make up bag but I do like this boots brand. I have 2 Boots Sheer Moisture Lipsticks, The Berry silk and ... more
Customer Boots 17 Sheer Moisture Lipstick Reviews (6)
by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I don't wear lipstick all that often but I do prefer it to gloss because you don't get your hair sticking to your lips the minute it gets windy outside! One of my favourite lipsticks is 17's sheer moisture lippy. I've had this product for absolutely ages, and although in the time since I've bought it, I've purchased a few others, I always come back to this one. The lipstick I have is in a greyish-blue casing with a silver coloured band around the middle, however in the last month or so the whole 17 range has been revamped, so it's quite likely that this has changed. Given the amount of beauty products I use and subsequently beauty reviews ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09, updated on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I was given one of these lipsticks recently and thought it was just a regular lippy but when I tried it, realised it's more of a slick or gloss. This makes it very easy to apply quickly (mistakes won't show as much!) and light to wear. I often have problems with lippy drying my lips out, so this was a pleasant change as it feels more like a balm or gloss once on. It's also easier to apply than the usual lipgloss with a wand which is so popular at the moment. 17 has recently been repackaged and the new look is much slicker, centred around shiny black packaging. This product is in a normal lipstick tube and is quite slim so ideal for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/09, updated on 23/06/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Hating lippie the way I do (or any kind of lip gunk!) I truly loathe buying it, however I do of course wear it or I feel naked if not! However I don't like greasy, glossy feeling stuff on my lips but am finding that my lip 'inks' such as Max Factor 'Lipfinity' are really drying out my lips of late so I can't win at the minute no matter what I use lol. However in a good mood and treating myself to a load of new make-up products in Boots recently I came across this and simply liked the colour I was perusing and so I bought it! The Packaging.... As so typical of Boots '17' products the casing is a dark grey. On the front of it and written length-ways ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Overview This is a lipstick available in Boots, as part of their '17' range. The website claims '17 Sheer Moisture Lipstick contains shea butter to leave your lips feeling moisturised for up to 12 hours, while providing a sheer colour. SPF 12'. It costs £3.99. Good points Firstly, this is the best lipstick I've tried. It's very moisturising, which my lips need as they dry out very quickly. The colour is also quite sheer which is good as it means you can easily get away with more risqué shades than you'd be able to with a more pigmented colour. I use balmy beige, and it is almost the perfect nude - if it was just slightly more pigmented I would be so, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Backgrund Lipsticks have been around since ancient times, lip colouring was popular in England from the 16th century, with the reign of Elizabeth I bright lips and white faces was popular with upper class ladies and actors. Guerlain in France being the first maker of lipstick by the end of the 19th century, prior to this it was beeswax and red plant stains. In 1915 they were cased in metal before becoming plastic during the second world war. 1930's saw a wider range of colours by Elizabeth Arden and was seen as a symbol of sexuality. Why I bought these I have many brands of lipsticks in my make up bag but I do like this boots brand. I ... Read the complete review
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