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Hello everyone. Hope you are all well.
I get excited about new lip products and the shades I'm always drawn to are the peaches and pinks. I tend to mix up whether I wear lip glosses or lip sticks just depending on the wear of them. With glosses, a necessity for me is that they are not sticky. I don't like the hair-stuck-to-my-lips look as soon as a gust of wind blows. I tend to look out for moisturisation, wearability and particular colours and packaging.
BeautyUK have released a new collection of Glacier Glosses which promise high impact shine and an intense colour. The collection is available in 10 different shades and I have two of them here in *Peach For The Sky no.3 and *Atomic Pink no.6 to show you and review.
The Glacier Glosses retail for £2.99 each and are available on the BeautyUk website or in Superdrug stores.
There are a variety of shades ranging from the nudes up to the more intense purple and red.
The lip glosses have a protective plastic coating so you can be safe in the knowledge that no one has tried them out before you purchase them. At the top is the *Atomic Pink which is a gorgeous vibrant pink shade and the lower one is the *Peach for the Sky.
I like the tubes how you can see the shades clearly and the actual design of them. They do feel a little plasticky but don't look it.
They have a doe foot applicator which makes application easy. The Atomic Pink one seems to pick up more colour whereas my peach one had to be dipped back in to get more product.
The Peach shade is a more nude tone and required a few layers to get an even colour whereas the Atomic pink was vibrant with one easy swipe and is my favourite out of the two.
Overall I'm impressed with the Glacier Glosses as they apply smoothly and feel moisturising on the lips. They are not sticky which is a massive bonus and they have a sweet scented smell to them. They also lasted for a few hours before they needed reapplying which is great. I love the two shades that I was sent and for £2.99 can afford to buy more shades in the range.
Have you tried these out? Which shades do you tend to go for?
Love Laura xoxo
*PR items kindly sent for review.