In a beauty world of glosses galore, it’s tough to find the ones that pass the ‘Gloss Greatness’ test (you know…not too thin, not too sticky, not too shimmery, not too matte, and a slew of other gloss-busting criteria). Well, we’ve discovered six gloss gems that passed the Gloss Greatness test with flying colors, lip gloss lovers! Anastasia’s Kisses On My List Volume 2 HydraFull 2012 gloss set will have your smoochers ready for any scenario (mistletoe, anyone?) and oh-so-gorgeous while doing it. Here’s the lip gloss-loving scoop, beauties:
Beauty 411: The Kisses on My List gloss set features six high-shine glosses in matte and shimmer shades that wear all-day. With three sheer, opalescent glosses and three new Hypercolor Glosses that actually stain your lips, this set is gloss greatness at its very best. Each gloss is named after famous 70’s muses (okay, how fun is that?) including Lola, Maggie May, Sharona, Roxanne, Jolene, and Moi. (See colors in above photo.)
Why you’ll love this set: HydraFull Gloss features high shine and bold, long-lasting color that’s clinically proven to improve the appearance and texture of the lips. The Hypercolor reacts with your skin’s chemistry to stain your lips a custom hue that is all your own. And even after the gloss (finally) wears off, our kissers were super soft and smooth for hours due to the magical concoction of hydrating ingredients like Balkan Botanical® Infusion (we’re not big on science-y stuff but these glosses deliver hydration like no other glosses we’ve tried).
Beauty bottom line: You get six full-sized, ultra-worthy glosses for $30 bucks. Priced separately, these six glosses (regularly $18 each) would cost you $108 smackers. I’m no math whiz or anything, but $80 bucks in savings + six oh-so-amazing glosses is, like, the smartest beauty decision ever.
To snag this limited edition gloss set, head to Sephora or Anastasia.net. Happy glossing, beauties…
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