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I have a total love-hate relationship with lip plumpers. When I find a formula that isnt painful, I just find it doesnt really do anything for my lips. Vice verse, when I find one that actually does plump up my lips it feels like Im having an allergic reaction or something (not pretty). These Too Faced Glamour Glosses ($19 USD / $27 CAD) come in a variety of different colors and have a dose of Too Faced Lip Injection (their original lip plumper). This is the first gloss ive found that really delivers the best of both worlds cool tingle (aka. not painful) with some actual noticeable plumping going on.
The gloss itself is very similar in texture to the Buxom Lip Polishes (and it even smells and feels very similar), however the plumping effect is a little more intense in these. If you like the feel of the Buxom glosses, but wish they worked a little better you may like these ones.
The color isnt exactly richly pigmented as described by the brand, but I would say they do have medium coverage I can see some color, but the formula itself is quite thin and not very buildable (especially with the lighter, milkier shades as they tend to collect in lip lines). The scent is really nice- a sweet mint smell. The gloss applies nicely with the doe-foot applicator, and can I just say how cute the wand is with the diamond-esque jewel on top? So girly! The shades Ive been playing with are:
First Time: Nude beige; this one is quite nude and because it is more milky, it can settle into lip lines so go sheer on this one, or just use it to top off a lipstick.
Barely Legal: Pale pink; this one is definitely my favorite.. I love the light baby pink shade and the fact it actually shows up on my lips!
Plush: Peach with gold shimmer; this one didnt come off as glossy as the other two, because its full of shimmer, but it was still pretty!
I feel more of a cooling sensation than a tingle, although I think Im going solo on that- everyone else that I know that has tried it says they definitely feel a buzz going on (although not a painful one). It starts working immediately, and they last quite a few hours actually, with the gloss fading before the tingle does.