Anastasia Blue Hawaii Lip Gloss had a virtually translucent base with flecks of blue and violet sparkle. It appeared to darken and improve my pure lip shade–making it a muted, purplish-pink–with a reasonable quantity of sparkle/glitter. The glitter didn’t disperse as evenly as I anticipated, which was a disappointment, because the gloss had a pleasant consistency in any other case: pretty easy, plush, and largely non-sticky. I may really feel the quantity of sparkle in it after a few hours and I pressed my lips collectively. The gloss stayed on properly for 3 and a half hours and was hydrating over time. Lastly, the model described this has having the identical “full-pigment” method as different shades within the vary, and it had medium protection at finest.
Anastasia Pink Daiquiri Lip Gloss is a comfortable, light-medium pink with heat undertones and flecks of pink and silver glitter. It had semi-sheer to medium shade protection with a semi-sheer stage of sparkle/shimmer. The gloss had a easy, light-weight consistency that was largely non-sticky and comfy to use and to put on. There was slight product that gathered in my lip strains, although it wasn’t noticeable from a standard viewing distance, particularly because the gloss had a high-shine end. Unfortunately, the model described this has having “full-pigment,” which is clearly fell quick on. It wore properly for 3 and a half hours and was hydrating whereas worn.