The Body Shop Colourglide Lip Colour Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop makeup
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Lipstick / Subcategory: Lip Colour / Suitable for: Lip
Newest Review: ... this lipstick almost feels like it has the benefits of lipgloss without the over-the-top shine or stickiness. If you have ... more
Customer The Body Shop Colourglide Lip Colour Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/10/13 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I have never been a lipstick fan. I've always found that application is too heavy and 'permanent'-feeling, making it hard to take off if you change your mind last-minute before leaving the house. This has applied to some of the more expensive brands I've tried, as well as the cheaper brands. With Body Shop lipstick, I no longer have this problem! This lipstick feels almost moisturising, and is easy to wipe away. During application, this lipstick almost feels like it has the benefits of lipgloss without the over-the-top shine or stickiness. If you have visage commitment issues, this is the lipstick for you. However, although it is not particularly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/13, updated on 28/05/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I bought two of these lipsticks about six months ago now when the body shop had a 50% sale on. The retail price per lipstick is £10 which I think is really over priced and I definitely wouldn't pay that when I can get a MAC lipstick for just £4 more! Both of the lipsticks that I have are bright red (shade 06 cherry sparkle) however there are also lots of other colours available - mainly different shades of pink and red. The Body Shop describe these lipsticks as been long lasting and moisturising and they claim that the colour is intense. The first thing that I like about this lipstick is the packaging, which is a very compact little silver tube ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 209 readings)
I don't frequently wear lipstick as I can find them quite drying on my lips. Instead, I tend to stick to wearing lip gloss. However, on a recent trip to the Body Shop I saw their Colourglide Lip Colour at a reduced price of £6.00 (usual retail price is £8.00 for 4g) and thought as my face could do with some brightening up, I would give one a try. The Colourglide Lip Colour is dermatologically tested and marketed as a lipstick which 'colours, moisturises and smoothes the appearance of the lips'. Great, this sounds just what I need. It claims to give you a gorgeous pout that lasts up to four hours via its 'butter like texture' and high quantity of pigmentation ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/10, updated on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
I've never been a big lipstick wearer, I am very aware of my tendency to chew and lick and bite my lips, so I've always been too worried about smudging to try them seriously. A while back I got a sample of a couple of the body shop colour glide shades (this is not a review on those) and wore them on an outing to the cinema-it's a dark room, even if I do smudge it, who's going to see? When I got out of the movie I found that my lips were in the same flawlessly colourful state they were in on entry. That (combined with much smooching enthusiasm of the girlfriend) persuaded me to jump on the lipstick wagon. So I bought my first lipstick. It was logical to me to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
How often do you go away and forget something? Yes I did it on the recent hop to Paris. I got as far as St Pancreas and realised my favourite Dior lippy was sat on the microwave back home. After a walk around the stunning new St Pancreas station, I was dismayed to discover they didn't have a Boots! Then I remembered that The Body Shop (which they did have) do make up as well as all the other body bits. For around £7 I wasn't expecting much. If all it did was colour me in for the Paris evenings, then I'd be happy. So after a browse and try of a couple of colours on the back of my hand, I opted for no 12, which is a brownish colour with a ... Read the complete review
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