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MAC Lip Glass Review

MAC Lip Glass Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Are you looking for the perfect lip gloss for your cosmetic collection? Then look no further! We have a review of MACs Lip Glass lip gloss that will solve your make-up woes.

I have heard about this product from everybody. Most comments are "feels like glue, sticky, gooey..." doesn't sound like a good sell except that everyone saying it, seems to love the stuff.

So I decided it was time to give the Lip Glass a try. First thing I have to say about MAC is the staff are always sooo nice and actually know what they are talking about. That's always a bonus.

So there are two kinds of Lip Glass. The clear stuff - original - and the already tinted stuff which comes in everything from pink to red to blue. I bought the original which can be used on its own or on top of your fave lipstick. The sales guy said that the tinted stuff wasn't as sticky but that it was still great.

I applied it right in the store over my fave MAC lisptick - Mystic. First reaction - I thought I had accidentally crazy glued my lips - but in a good way. I know it's hard to explain but it feels kinda neat and it looks amazing. It makes your lips shiny and smooth and I felt like an instant movie star.

My lips didn't dry out with this stuff either - which is a common thing for me. The next day I tried it without lipstick. The sales guy at MAC said that it contained jojoba and it would get the blood in my lips circulating and create natural tint that way. I thought - not possible. I was wrong. My lips were all rosie on their own.

Only drawbacks - windy days and pets don't mix with this stuff. If you kiss your cats, you'll have furry lips and it's impossible to get off. And if the wind blows your hair in your face it will stick to your lips - not exactly glamorous.

Rating:

1 I would not leave the house without Lip Glass. My lips have to be shining!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: luvlydymepiece
Age: 14

1 I just cannot leave my house without my lip glass. If I have forgotten it, I will always turn back and get it from my room. My mom always quarrells about that (laugh).

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: carribean_gurl
Age: 14

1 I LOVE my Lip smackers splash 'n shine and whirl gloss. I always have them either in my pocket or in my purse. Basically anything by Lip Smackers is great!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: Jedi*Elf*Princess
Age: 16

1 I just love all my Lip Smackers products, basically every product by Lip Smackers is great. I would never go out without either my SWIRL GLOSS or my ROLL-ON SHINER. I first started using chapstick for my dryed lips as I would get chapped lips very often, but that didn't really work for me. It wouldn't last so I moved onto Lip Smackers which moisturizes and for a bonus, makes them look shiny and wet, which is great as it is a lip gloss. I don't think many guys use Lip Smackers, but I do! :)

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: EvilDead
Age: 14

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