This review is long overdue, but I just never found the time to sit down and properly write this up. I got the Luview Glossy Kiss some time last year when their website was offering a 50% discount on all items. Luview is a pretty new Korean cosmetic brand, so I thought what better time to try out their products than when their stuff were going for half off.
Pretty nice packaging. Elegant and simple.
Pretty reasonably priced and for half off, it's a total bargain!
It's a dual lip gloss so you get 2 (or 3 if you mix both together) colours for the price of one.
The Glossy Kiss is pretty generous in size. It's slightly bigger than other lipglosses I've seen.
It smells really sweet like candy, but nothing too overwhelming.
It's pretty moisturising and didn't really dry out my lips.
Rosy Pink is a lovely light red shade with very, very fine specks of glitter. I love this colour! One layer of this will give you a very natural red, but it's definitely buildable for those who prefer a deeper shade. The tiny bits of shimmer give off a very natural shine and not as if you dipped your lips into a pot of glitter.
I am actually quite surprised that many bloggers seem to like the second colour, Sweet Pink. Personally, it didn't suit me at all because the shade is much too pale for my complexion. The colour made me look washed out and sickly. I would describe it as a milky pale pink colour.
I'm not sure if this is true for everyone, but the Sweet Pink accentuated my lip lines. Not a good look.
The texture is rather sticky which is expected of lipglosses. However, if you don't like the sticky feeling it leaves on your lips, then I'll have to warn you that this is just like any other lipgloss. If you have stray hairs flying over your face, it will stick to your lips.
|Rosy Pink without flash|
|Rosy Pink with flash|
|Rosy Pink and Sweet Pink mixed|
Sorry, I just couldn't get any good photos of me in Sweet Pink. However, Sparkle Apple has a good swatch of it here *click*