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Gah, no thank you. I have trouble with scents too, depending on the scent (Bobbi Brown’s mint is okay; Maybelline’s god-awful something is NOT) but I *really* don’t want my lip products to taste like anything. I’m not putting candy on my lips!

Scented ok, but not flavored like Dolce and Gabanna, Guerlain, Dior…but I have my share of Bonnie Bell lipglosses during my time and I really did like the big fat tube of strawberry gloss.

I don’t mind it, as long as the flavor is something I’m into. I had one that was “honey” flavored once…um, NO. That’s not honey. I swear it tasted like soap. That said, I only want flavor in lip balm, not in gloss or lipstick.

No, I don’t like flavored lip products. It just makes me feel like a kid when I use them. Strangely enough, I am perfectly comfortable with neon eyeshadow or sparklebomb lids, but somehow flavored lip products make me feel like I’m a little girl playing dress-up.

I don’t mind as long as they’re labeled by flavor (like Bath & Body Works’ Liplicious glosses) or the packaging says somewhere that it’s flavored.

As long as it’s not overpowering, I’m okay. I do prefer lightly scented but unflavored, though; as some sweeteners can make my throat itch. (Like whatever The Body Shop uses in their Born Lippy) >:

In normal lipsticks and lipglosses I prefer unflavored products, but I have a whole stash of juicy tubes and flavoured lipglosses and balms in a drawer. I really like to use them when I’m feeling down or I am stressed because of something. The right flavor/scent always manages to lift my spirits (just like other people like that one comfort food or that special perfume, I guess).

I don’t lick my lips just about at all (trained it out of myself as a kid when I read somewhere it dries lips out), so I wouldn’t mind. However I wouldn’t look for them either!

I second that Christine. I once owned a lip gloss which had sugar as one of its ingredients. I was quirky every time i wore it, not very diabetic friendly.

Yes! I love flavored lip products. Philosophy is actually the only lip gloss I really like. I have a collection of their flavored lip products. Some people may think of flavored/scented lip glosses for kids but I’m 30 and love them! 🙂

Urgh, no! Since I do not intend to eat my lipsticks I consider it quite unnessecary for them to have a taste. someone gave me a coke-flavored lip balm for my b-day once and it was really disgusting.

Not really but all lipsticks have a flavour in fact, almost all. Scented lippies or nail polishes not for me, I love scented blushes ( Chanel, Guerlain etc.. ) though.

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