Ruby and Millie Lipgloss Pen Reviews
Product Type: Ruby and Millie makeup
Newest Review: ... was a nude shade and I found that this was a wonderful natural shade that really complemented my skin tone. It was not a ... more
Customer Ruby and Millie Lipgloss Pen Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Ruby and Millie Lipgloss Pen I received a set of these gloss pens from my sister in a set and i have the shades: *Beige 80 - nude pink colour *Sunset 48 - Deep red/pink *Twilight 42 - Light pink I have only used the beige 80, which looks quite nice and subtle against my pale skin, unlike other beige/bronze lip glosses/colours. And it has a really nice metallic sheen to it which catches the light really nicely - but there is not too much glittery stuff in it. they are really easy to use you just twist the bottle of the lip gloss tube until the product starts to appear in the brush, but this can take a while - but it helps if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/01, updated on 09/03/01 (Very useful, 5646 readings)
Ruby and Millie is probably the first British cosmetic brand to introduce the lip gloss pen in the UK. Stila had done it earlier, but it's American. Apparently, Ruby and Millie commissioned Mitsubishi (please, anyone correct me if I'm wrong!) to help with the design of the lip gloss pen. As luce123 had pointed out, the lipgloss is in a pen form where you twist the top to let out the gloss onto the brush applicator. It's so portable that you can put it in your handbag for any touch-ups during the day. Because the gloss only comes out if you twist the cap, it means that the gloss stays put inside the pen otherwise. No more leakage of lipgloss into one's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/01, updated on 17/05/01 (Very useful, 755 readings)
Well, I saved up my ipoints (aren't they wonderful things!) and off I trotted to Boots to purchase a Ruby and Millie Lip Gloss. I'd been wanting some for ages, and I admit, the packaging is what really drew me in. The entire range is gorgeously designed, in clear plastic or glass with silver trim, and looks great sat in your make up bag! The lip gloss has possibly the most ingenious packaging I've ever seen as you twist the bottom of the tube and the correct amount of gloss is dispensed onto the the brush at the other end. Never mind the packaging - what's the product like, I hear you ask.. It's a high gloss finish and comes in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/00, updated on 27/02/01 (Very useful, 406 readings)
I find that the packaging of ruby and millie products is some of the most modern and functional available. The actual product, such as the lipgloss pen, is also very good, the colours are always the latest and newest, and they are always of high quality. Some of the colours can be a little bright, and look unwearable, but when applied to the skin they are much more subtle, and can be quite natural looking. The lipgloss pen ( I own the colour 'beige'), is very easy to apply, and looks very natural, but it can also look dramatic if you want it to. It stays put for a very long time considering its a lipgloss, about an hour to 2 hours. It is also very easy to use, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/10 (Useful, 27 readings)
After recieving this lip gloss as part of a gift set, I have to say that I was very pleased with the product. It was of a very high quality and the packaging was very modern and functional. The colour was a nude shade and I found that this was a wonderful natural shade that really complemented my skin tone. It was not a shade I would have chosen for myself, however I am am now a convert. The texture of the product is smooth and easily applied, it is not sticky or gloopy like other lip glosses and it seemed to stay on my lips for most of the day. This product is so fabulous that I have gone on to purchase other products from the Ruby and Millie range as well as other ... Read the complete review
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