Review | Nude By Nature Moisture Infusion Lipglosses


This is what it says on the Nude By Nature website:
The Moisture Infusion Lipgloss smooths and enhances lips with vibrant glossy colour and weightless shine. The lipgloss is formulated with unique moisturising microspheres to help repair and plump the lips for a naturally voluminous look. The non-sticky texture is infused with active natural ingredients including nourishing Shea Butter, Vitamin E and the native Australian Kakadu Plum to help provide antioxidant defence.
Key Results:
⦁ Smooths lips with vibrant glossy colour
⦁ Non-sticky feel
⦁ Delivers moisture and weightless shine
⦁ Lip nourishing ingredients
⦁ Easy to use applicator
⦁ Naturally plumps the appearance of lips
So, I was looking for some new lip products when I came across this lipgloss trio, and when I read the claims on these, I immediatly ordered them.
Now, I suffer from dry lips, especially now in the colder months, so I thought that these would be perfect for me since they claim to be both moisturising, and they’re supposed to help repair your lips, but, in my oppinion, these actually made my lips feel worse than they did prior to wearing them. And I don’t know if I just got a bad bach, or what the thing is with these, but my lips was so sore after using them, and that is a huge disapointment!
And when it comes to the other claims, I can’t say that they hold up to those either, because, first of all, even  though they don’t feel sticky when I touch them or when I put my lips together, they somehow feel very sticky on the lips, if you know what I mean?
And when I wear them outside my hair always gets stuck in them, and all of us long-haired girls (and guys) knows how annoying that is.
And they also have a really bad taste to them. Like.. You remember how those cheap glosses we used to get in magazines when we were little (in my case the late 90’s/early 2000)?
They kinda taste like those, and I don’t find that to be very pleasant.
Now, when it comes to the claim that they provide a vibrant, glossy color, the only thing that I agree with is the glossy part, because these are very sheer.
Now, that isn’t really an issue to me, because I do like sheer glosses as well as pigmented ones, but since these glosses have that claim I find it very disappointing when they don’t deliver.
The only shade that does have a little bit of a color-payoff is the shade “Blush Beige”, but this is a very milky color, and it emphasizes my liplines and dry patches, like milky colors tend to do on me, so I’m not very in to those kind of shades.
However, all the shades I got are permanent, and they do have a few more shades on the website, so it might just be that I got the shades that are very sheer, but I can’t say that for sure.
So, overall I, sadly don’t think that these are worth it. They just don’t deliver on the claims that they have. Even though I still hope that I just got a bad bach.
But have you tried them? What did you think?
This trio is available on for 326nok.

Published by FebruaryGlow

This is a makeup/beauty blog, mostly for product reviews. Make-up is just a hobby of mine and I am by no means a professional make-up artist.

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