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Lipgloss - a trivial thread to take my mind off today's events

15 replies

puddle · 07/07/2005 14:52

I have just got into lipgloss having treated myself to a Juicy tube. I love the look but think I'm allergic to something in it - makes my lips sore Anyone recommend any other ones to try?

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fishfinger · 07/07/2005 14:53

clinique impossibly glossy


mum2twins · 07/07/2005 14:54

I had a stila one & Estee Lauder which also made my lips sore, the best ones I have found were Mac - no problems with that or Bobby Brown.


expatinscotland · 07/07/2005 14:54

MAC lipglass.


sweetmonkey · 07/07/2005 14:56

ruby and millie ones, you twist the bottom of tube and it dispenses the right amount onto brush. brilliant!!


fastasleep · 07/07/2005 14:56

How much is clinique impossibly glossy and will it survive the pregnant 'I will eat anything' test?


puddle · 07/07/2005 14:59

Always forget about Bobbi Brown - wore nothing else when I worked near Oxford St - not near any stockists where I currently work.

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fishfinger · 07/07/2005 14:59

ooh its about 12 I think is ssoooooooooooooooo shiny and will come off at athe drop of a hat


puddle · 07/07/2005 15:01

oh no, need something with a bit of staying power

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fastasleep · 07/07/2005 15:02

I might buy some... as long as I promise not to lick my lips...


fishfinger · 07/07/2005 15:03

puddle dont be a poof
beauty is transient


puddle · 07/07/2005 15:06

No can't be doing with having to preen all the time.

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bossykate · 07/07/2005 15:08

elizabeth arden pure colour lip vinyl. not v. high gloss, but good staying power and not drying.


Enid · 07/07/2005 15:28

maybelline fruit jelly

as good as juicy tubes and cheap

the goldy one is lovely


tamum · 07/07/2005 16:03

Tesco Make Up range have very good Juicy Tube knockoffs. Don't know if it's the same ingredients, but worth checking.


Puff · 07/07/2005 16:05

Boots No7 do a version of the juicy tubes too.

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