Flower Beauty Shine on Lip Gloss is a creamy, rich as well as smooth gloss. This rich, non-sticky formula preserves lips soft and hydrated whereas delivering luminous color and shine. Sheer, buildable color slithers on with a plush doe-foot applicator. Affection to the way you look in ten shades: What a Dai-sy!, Lovely Lotus, Baby’s Breath, Iris I Could Fly, Pretty-in-Petunia, Hibis-kiss, Plum Pansy, My Little Buttercup, Come What Mayflower, Nude Nectar, Zen Zinnia. There are ten shades in the Shine on Lip Gloss range.
Flower Shine on Lip Gloss:
Medium buildable coverage
Flower Shine on Lip Gloss is a creamy, rich as well as smooth gloss that delivers pillow-like softness on lips.
Texture and consistency: This is a very thin gloss that feels smooth on the lips (no persistent feeling). It has a very slight tackiness to it, but I wouldn’t reflect it sticky.
Finish as well as pigmentation: The shade Hibis-Kiss is a crème (no shimmer or else sparkle), and I would consider it a hybrid, falling someplace between sheer and milky (it’s a little bit of both). The pigmentation is precise as promised on the website: “medium buildable coverage.” It’s not a barely-there color by any means, but it’s also not luxuriantly pigmented. You can certainly build for more color or else wear a light application for only a hint of color.
Staying power: As with the most glosses I own, staying power is not planetary. I can acquire, at the most, two hours of wear from this gloss (one hour if I am drinking a lot of water, etc.).
Moisturization: I don’t discover this formula to be super hydrating, but I also don’t find that it leaves my lips feeling thirsty after it wears off. I would say it is attractive standard.
Fragrance and flavor: This gloss has a very strong fragrance to it and to my nose it odors like straight up roses. The flavor tastes like the rosewater and I would say the flavor is medium-strong. Both the flavor as well as fragrance dissipate quite a bit after around ten minutes of wear.
FINAL VERDICT: For me, the actual selling point here is the color. I discover it quite wearable as well as perfect for springtime. I love the circumstance that you get buildable pigmentation, and I think the somewhat sheer, slightly milky finish is a nice departure from your standard shimmery drugstore lipgloss. I feel a bit more “sophisticated” when I wear this gloss and for that purpose, I enjoy it to a certain extent a bit. Sure, it doesn’t have abundant staying power and the rose scent and flavor could be a minute strong for some of you, but it’s an attractive color and it’s not a super tacky gloss, which is much appreciated. I will certainly continue to wear this shade, but I’m not sure if I really want or need another (I just adore this color so much that I’m frightened other shades might disappoint me!).