Saturday, February 9, 2013

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip Gloss in Strip Tease

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip loss in Strip Tease
 Model Co Ultra Shine Lip Gloss in Strip Tease is a typical sheer peach gloss with slight peach shimmer - very similar to Wet n Wild Mega Slicks Lipgloss in Panning for Gold. The formula promises a non-stick consistency with long-lasting lustre while the packaging has a feature not seen on most glosses: a mirror.

Strip Tease is very sheer and really just provides a glossy finish with minimal shimmer to the lips. It  has a delicious fruity scent without having a fake fruit taste. While the formula is definitely on the smoother, non-sticky side, I think this contributes to how short lived it is on the lips - about an hour without eating and drinking. I didn't notice any additional smoothing or moisturizing properties with this gloss. While a mirror on the side of the package might be convenient for a bold lipstick, I find that a sheer gloss like this can be applied without too much worry about coloring outside of the lines.

Overall, I think $16 is too much to spend on a gloss without formula qualities that stand out. It might be justified in the packaging, but in this case the mirror isn't really necessary.

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip loss in Strip Tease

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip loss in Strip Tease

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip loss in Strip Tease

Model Co Ultra Shine Lip loss in Strip Tease
FTC: This product came in a Beauty Box 5 sent to me for consideration. I have no obligation to review or mention the product it contained.

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