First Impressions: All of these lip products have the same basic packaging, which is fine with me for such an affordable collection. They each have a slim, doe foot applicator and are not scented.
Superdrug sells these glosses for £3 individually in six different shades. This very pale colour applies a bit unevenly and is not the most flattering for me. It does however have a smooth, thin formula which doesn't dry the lips at all and is very comfortable to wear.
This would be great to wear over a lipstick to add a milky sheen and keep lips hydrated.
These are also available to buy separately for £3 each at Superdrug and come in five different shades. The plain packaging doesn't tell me the name of the shade in this set but it is the darkest of the three. The texture is beautifully smooth, like a thinner version of the Nyx Soft Matte Lip Creams.
Because it is not matte, this product wears really well without drying or flaking. It re-applies well over itself and is long-wearing for a gloss. After a couple of hours it gathers a bit on the inner parts of the lips, but it is easy to just wipe away and touch up. Overall, I love the colour and comfort of this cream gloss.
This is a lightweight gloss which lets the natural lip colour show through.
Again, it would work well to add shine over any lipstick. It is not sticky at all and feels soft and smooth.
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Find the darker lip gloss set here: https://www.tambeauty.com/en/Makeup-Revolution-Lip-Ultra-Vamp-2017-Collection-liptrends/m-2053.aspx