Charlotte Tilbury Crystal Happikiss Hyaluronic Happikiss Colour Balm is a light-medium pink with moderate, warm undertones and a high-shine, glossy finish. It had sheer coverage–and this one shade was described as sheer, hurrah!–with a moderately dense, thicker consistency that had good adhesion to my lips. Despite looking incredibly wet-looking on, it didn’t slide around and hugged my lips comfortably. It wore well for three hours and felt hydrating over time.
Charlotte Tilbury Enchanting Kiss Hyaluronic Happikiss Colour Balm is a brighter, medium pink-coral with moderate, warm undertones and a high-shine, glossy finish. It had semi-opaque color coverage, which was slightly more coverage than marketed, that applied somewhat evenly. The texture was thicker and denser in the tube, so it didn’t glide on as comfortably as anticipated–more like a potted lip balm in that respect than a typical tube-style lip balm! It could have sat more flatteringly on my lips, too, though it seemed to look marginally better after two hours of wear. It stayed on nicely for four hours and felt moisturizing over time.
Charlotte Tilbury Happipetal Hyaluronic Happikiss Colour Balm is a bright, medium-dark orange-coral with strong, warm undertones and a high-shine, glossy cream finish. The texture was thicker, slightly denser, and this resulted in a heavier look that was easy to over-apply. It didn’t have as much slip as I would have thought, but this helped it sit better on my lips and have better longevity. It had rich color coverage that adhered somewhat evenly to my lips and seemed to fill in a few of my lip lines but didn’t smooth them all out. It lasted well for four hours and felt hydrating while worn.