NYX Butter Gloss Review

I hope everyone is having a good week so far! After I have used the NYX Butter Gloss in Crème Brulee for a while, I decided to purchase another shade in Angel Food Cake.

20171107_142541Crème Brulee is a pale pink shade that is nice for the Spring/Summer, and Angel Food Cake is a mauve shade that is perfect for the Fall/Winter. Both glosses have good pigment, and they apply smoothly and evenly with the doe foot applicator. Even though these are lip glosses, they do not make my lips feel sticky. The butter glosses also live up to their name because they make my lips feel soft while looking glossy. The only con of these glosses is that I have to reapply them throughout the day because they only last 2-3 hours, and they are also not transfer-proof. However, I expected that because glosses tend to not last as long as lipsticks. These glosses are affordable, and there are 34 different shades available ranging from pink, purple, red, orange, and nude shades. I would definitely recommend trying these lip glosses, and I do want to try more shades.

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Left to Right: Crème Brulee and Angel Food Cake

Overall, the NYX Butter Gloss has good pigment and does not make the lips feel sticky, but it is not long-lasting.

$5 at NYX

Rate: 9/10

 

What is your favorite lip gloss?

40 thoughts on “NYX Butter Gloss Review

  1. You know I wonder if the different shades are all different in formula because I have a dark purple shade and it’s just not good, it -is- sticky and applies unevenly and unless I’m imaginging things it’s also runny (??). And you know me, I usually like my NYX lip products.

    So basically just saying: it’d be interesting with a comparison!

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  2. I’m a huge fan of the Ashley Tisdale lip glosses from BH cosmetics. They don’t last long either but I usually put her lip and cheek stain on underneath so I’ve got some color and reapply the gloss as needed. Plus they’re super affordable as well:)

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