I always think that Clinique Long Last Glosswear is a little bit overlooked – it has an 8 hour last claim on it which in my experience isn’t quite the case, but as long lasting as gloss can be, Clinique have it nailed. When I compare to say, Bobbi Brown, it’s a very similar formula and feel, and up against the new breed of lip oils or similar gel-glosses, it does last longer, but obviously, it feels stickier. If you’re a gloss fan, like me, and you don’t mind that little bit of tacky feel, then these are well worth a look.
Clinique Long Last Glosswear isn’t new, but they’ve added some new shades – the ones I have here all have a little bit of glimmer to them.Long Last Swatches cool light
I’ve taken pictures in a warm light so you can see the glimmer and then in a cool light which shows the shades better. They’re all very light touches of colour, so going from the bottom to the top: Sweet Tooth, Adore U, Bamboo Pink and argh.. the final one, the label has fallen off! Blogger problems, hey? But from checking on-line I think it’s Devoted.
One of the things I like best about Clinique Long Last Glosswear is that it doesn’t really taste of anything – an absolute bonus in my book! They’ve already launched for £16 each and you can find them HERE.
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They look amazing and natural. I need them in my life 🙂
These sounds great , I just reviewed LOreal gloss and it stayed on my lips like nearly all day with only one touch up. I really want to try these they are lovely colours too. xox
I must admit I do like the way lip glosses look on me and others, but I don’t like that sticky feeling, so I rarely wear a lip gloss on its own, I often mix it with a lipstick to take the edge of the stickiness.