Sunday, February 16, 2014

REVIEW: Juice Beauty Reflecting Lip Gloss "Pink" 4 Stars -ORGANIC

Brand: Juice Beauty
Line: n/a
Color: Pink
Make-up Type: Lip Gloss, sponge applicator
Origin: USA
Tested on Animals: No :)

REVIEW Summary:
Price: ** $15- A little pricey for a gloss, but pretty standard to lower for a premium organic gloss.
Packaging: *** translucent frosted tube
Scent: **** It has a slight citrus scent
Color/Shade: "Pink" a sparkly pink
Texture: smooth, glossy
Ease of use: Easy, glides on with applicator
Effect: Shimmery, moisturized
Claim: "This Reflecting Gloss will give your lips the most brilliant shine on earth. The combination of antioxidant-rich berries, minerals and sweet agave will wrap your lips in radiant color."
  • Organic blueberry, raspberry, acai and goji berries provide beautiful, antioxidant and omega-rich pigments that protects the lips from signs of aging.
  • Organic sesame seed oil hydrates and conditions the lips.
  • Natural mineral reflectors provide a rich shimmer.
  • Vitamin E restores, heals and repairs the lips.
  • Organic agave and sweet orange natural sweeteners provide great aromas.
Our formulations are made without parabens, petroleum, propylene or butylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfates, pesticides, phthalates, artificial dyes or synthetic fragrances. Our products are never tested on animals.
The Verdict: If this goes on sale again, I would buy it again. I like the citrus scent, the smooth non-sticky texture, and the color is subtle and shimmery. It doesn't stay on very long and it's pretty light (hard to see), but I like it better than the majority of my glosses. If it was long-lasting and not quite so sheer, I would have given it 5 stars!

Citrus scent
Easy to apply
NOT tested on animals or sold in China!

Not long-lasting

I'm actually very interested in cosmetics that are "green", natural and organic, but the only organic make-up typically sold in organic grocers are the almost hippy lip balms and a few non pigmented lip sticks or eyeshadows. Not high quality.
Online it looks like there are more than a few luxury options, but the majority of the glosses are very sheer and very expensive ($18-$26) I'm not paying $20 for a tiny bit of color you can't see with a few sparkles.

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