“ Brand: Oriflame / Type: Lipgloss / What it does: brightens, „
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I am a lip gloss addict. I have around 30 in my collection and even though I know I shouldn't, I keep on buying new ones. I just cannot stop myself. In my make up bag you can find Oriflrma Beauty Glass Booster. It comes in a long (12-13 cm), relatively thin plastic tube with a screw lid at the bottom. There are five shades available: Red Currant (bright pink - something like fuchsia), Black Currant (dark pink), Toffee (light brown), Peach Melba (pale orange) and Sugar Glaze (pale pink). I chose the latter as I thought it would be the safest colour. The design of the tube is fairly plain - it says 'Oriflame Beauty Gloss Booster' on the front and is half see-through so I can easily see how much lip gloss there is left in it. I absolutely love its scent, Sugar Glaze smells of candies but the scent is not overly sweet or overwhelming - just mild and extremely pleasant. Its texture is fairly thick but I like it as I don't need much lip gloss to give my lips a shine and it lasts a relatively long period of time. However, what really annoys me is that if I let me hair down (which I do most of the times) on a windy day, my hair gets sticky from this lip gloss. I like the shine it gives my lips - it doesn't give any colour but my lips are shiny and look great. The pieces of glitz in it are absolutely minute. I wear it every day as I think it is an every day make up lip gloss - for the evening, you will need to something heavier. I really like this lip gloss and I think I will try other shades as well. 12 ml normally costs £6.75 which I think is qutie a lot but you can find it on offer quite often. Thank you for reading my review. It may be also posted elsewhere.