Thursday, March 19, 2015

Almay liquid lip balm review


I have had this lip balm for quite a while now. I got it last year in my US drugstore haul. I can't remember how much it was, but it wasn't more that $5. Almay is an American brand I believe. So I got it from the walgreens website. It's also available on ebay. So it should not be too difficult to get your hands on.

This has quite a sweet scent to it, not quite Vanilla cake but something like that. I do like the scent but it's a Little synthetic so keep that in mind if you are picky about scents.

The balm looks just like a gloss once it's Applied, maybe not overly glossy but somewhat shiney. It feels like a mix between a gloss and a balm. It does hydrate my lips nicely and I like how nice it feels on my lips.


The balm is quite sheer, I was expecting a Little more color payoff but it's ok. Its a nice product to keep in you purse, and it can easily be Applied without a mirror.

I definately enjoy this liquid balm a lot, it took me some time to start using it, but now I'm kinda hooked. I definately want to get more colors. This is truly a tried and tested product, I'm almost out of this one and I have had no problems with the packaging or lettering wearing off or anything really.

So I do recommend this if you like a nice hydrating glossy balm with a sheer wash of color and a sweet scent. I'd probably compare it a bit to the NYX butter glosses, but more sheer. This also pairs nicely with lipstick.

Have any of you tried this?

 
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  1. This looks so nice!
    Love the shade...
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    1. Thanks Dimple Khadi. By the way, great post you did, I read it earlier today.

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  2. This looks like a nice shade of pink x

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    1. It is on he sheer side of Things, but it does give an nice hint of pink to the lips, very much a spring lippie.

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