5 Great Pink Lipglosses
Reader Danielle wanted to see a 5 Ways for pink lipgloss, and here are five picks from me! I tried to pick a variety of pinks – light, intense, very pink, darker pink.
What’s your favorite pink lipgloss?
Lancome Electric Pink La Laque Fever
The Summer Season: Lancome Electric Pink La Laque Fever
Lancome Electric Pink La Laque Fever ($26.50) is an ultra dazzling darkened fuchsia-pink with an obscene amount of glittery sparkles. There are thirteen shades available, but Electric Pink has always been my favorite, even since they first launched. (You know something is good when you loved it a year ago and are still in awe when you swatch it now!) The color is fun and dark enough to work for not just summer but beyond, but it’s still a nice pop of raspberry pink for summer nights on the beach (or wherever!). The color base itself is a raspberry pink, while it has iridescent fuchsia micro-glitter. It’s like a sophisticated, full-color version of MAC’s Dazzleglass.
Oh, but you know the best part about La Laque Fevers? They wear incredibly well for a gloss. I get a full four hours of color wear out of it, and I’d say the gloss is around two hours or so before it could use a little touch-up (you could use clear gloss as a way to add shine without adding more product). The scent seems a little fruity to me, but it’s subtle and pleasant (much less subtle in comparison to some of Lancome’s lipsticks).
Is this the right pink gloss for you? Would you wear it?
The Summer Season is a series of posts featuring bright, vibrant shades of coral, orange, and pink lipsticks and lipglosses — all perfect for a summer of fun — that runs through July 2010.
Lancome’s Electric Pink La Laque Fever ($26.00) is just such a stunning shade of hot fuchsia pink with a ridiculous amount of shimmer and glitter. It looks like shimmering water on your lips–well, if water was pink! This was by far the most stunning product that came out of Lancome’s Pink Irreverance Collection this Spring. It’s hard to miss it, and it’s even harder to pass it up.