Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss
Shiseido Pop Life Lipgloss

The Spring Season: Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Luminizing Lip Gloss ($22.00 for 0.25 oz.) is a very milky, creamy pale blue-pink that applies with some color coverage, but it has the translucent look of milkier lipglosses. It has a champagne sparkle and high gloss sheen. It’s a very creamy, lightweight lip gloss that’s not-sticky and has no real scent/taste to me while keeping lips pretty moisturized while it wears (about two hours on me).

Is this the right pink gloss for you? Would you wear it?

The Spring Season is a series of posts featuring my favorite soft beige, coral, and pink lipsticks and lipglosses — all perfect for the first blossom of spring — that runs through March 2010.

See photos and swatches…

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

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5 thoughts on “The Spring Season: Shiseido Pop Life (PK 406) Lipgloss

  1. That looks quite pigmented. Reminds me of the Smashbox Pout lipgloss.

  2. Rachel

    Do you have Cool too? I was wondering how much more cool toned/lilac Cool is compared to Pop Life? :)

  3. Sara

    it looks almost like a milky blue-ish purple-ish. especially when compared to the others in your spring season lipgloss wrap-up

  4. Ashley

    I really dislike this gloss. Looks very obvious in the lip lines, which I hate with glosses, and there’s too much blue in it. I’d probably resemble someone with frostbite if I were to wear that – which would look odd, since it’s no longer winter.