Three dollars? No way. I can’t believe this gloss is just $3.
E.L.F. Glossy Gloss in Dragon Fruit just might be my new favorite glitter-less pink gloss. Without a doubt, it’s my new favorite $3 one. I mean, you can’t even cross a bridge around here for $3 anymore (to cross the Golden Gate Bridge costs $6!).
Eight shades live in Glossy Gloss, E.L.F.’s line of hi-shine glosses with a creamy finish, and Dragon Fruit, a pinkish peach with medium pigment, is my first. The hint of peachy pink it bestows upon my lips is noticeable, but not high maintenance.
Dragon Fruit leads me to wonder if the E.L.F. Glossy Gloss line might be a budget alternative to the MAC Cremesheen Glass line. Wouldn’t that be nice? — a $3 alternative to an $18.50 gloss. I think the Glossy Glosses feel slightly thicker yet just as smooth, and have a similar creamy color and shine.
The $3 E.L.F. Glossy Gloss Line…
- Available in eight shades
- They have a mild (not obnoxious) vanilla flavor and scent
- A non-sticky texture
- A four-hour wear time
- The pigments distribute evenly across my lips
I would’ve preferred a doe-foot applicator, but I can live with the brush. All in all, a great, gorgeous gloss at an even more attractive price.
AVAILABILITY: Available now at most drugstores, Target and also online
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: A
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. TGIF! Good mornin’ and fab Friday, young lady. Well, I missed Project Runway last night, but I did catch the new Jersey Shore. It was…interesting. Other than the fact that most of the cast members are Italian, I haven’t quite figured out why it needs to be in Italy, since I don’t expect MTV to show us very much of the country. I mean, couldn’t they have just filmed the same things in Seaside (drinking, drinking, etc., etc.)?
Of course, I still watch the show, so what do I know?
Didn’t really do much last night. The flight tuckered me out, so I just grabbed some fish tacos at a cozy little place called Cafe Zanzibar, stopped by CVS (they’re sponsoring part of my trip) for some emergency lotion and Balance Bars, and then passed out in my room.
I bet Tabs would like Petco Park; it sounds right up his alley…
This place is actually a steak joint. Someone there has a sense of humor, haha!
Where I had my dinner and dessert…
Dessert at Cafe Zanzibar; a blueberry trifle served in a mason jar = CUTE!
I made a pit stop for lotion and snacks…