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Rockchick1984 Mon 19-Nov-12 11:45:39

I put it on in the morning, and it's gone within half an hour! How often do you reapply, and why doesn't it last longer???

Spoiltexpatbrat Mon 19-Nov-12 11:51:02

Same here.
The best one to stay put is Lancôme juicy tubes. Taste nice too grin

I use a max factor lip stain under it so the colour stays put and then maybe reapply the gloss every few hours

Wearsuncream Mon 19-Nov-12 13:08:23

Soap and Glory lipglosses are lovely - they're supposed to plump your lips and my lips do tingle rather pleasantly also even after it loses it's initial shine (not for a few hours my lips always feel soft and conditioned after (I dont work for them!!)

debdee Mon 19-Nov-12 19:43:03

Have you tried MUA lipsticks? I found they last ages!

noviceoftheday Mon 19-Nov-12 20:27:37

The MAC longlasting lipglasss is good. By habit I tend to apply about 4 times a day.

DonaAna Mon 19-Nov-12 20:28:15

Gloss d'Armani is the best out there. Lasts and lasts.

ThePortlyPinUp Mon 19-Nov-12 20:31:09

Lipstick wise I use maybeline 18hour Superstay after recommendations on here. Mua lipsticks are also long lasting (and only £1!)

barleysugar Mon 19-Nov-12 20:36:02

The Avon extra lasting gloss is amazing- it lasts at least 6 hours on me, and I don't just mean the gloss, the actual colour doesn't fade either!

Spookey80 Mon 19-Nov-12 21:24:17


Everlong Mon 19-Nov-12 21:25:31

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EllenParsons Tue 20-Nov-12 00:29:34

I have recently been looking for a good red lipstick which lasts and ones I have been impressed with are

Revlon colorstay Ultimate liquid liquid - only about a tenner and really really lasts, even when eating and drinking. I was amazed!

Lancôme rouge in love lipstick - doesn't last quite as long as the Revlon but feels a bit nicer, really creamy and lovely

As far as lip glosses go, I find the best are Clinique, Estée Lauder, mac, or Lancôme juicy tubes, are last a few hours on me but do tend to come off if drinking or eating

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