ColourPop Italian Ice Lux Gloss has a clear base with flecks of white gold sparkle throughout. The texture was smooth, moderately thick, though not very tacky, and spread evenly across my lips. It had sheer coverage, which wasn’t a surprise given the clear base, but the sparkle was barely-there and not very visible in person. It stayed on for two hours and felt hydrating.
ColourPop Gelato Lux Gloss is a medium-dark coral with warmer, more orange undertones and a cream finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation in a single layer, which applied evenly across my lips and seemed to soften most of my lip lines. The texture was smooth, slightly thicker, though comfortable to wear and lightly hydrating for the three hours it lasted for.
ColourPop Biscotti Lux Gloss is a medium-dark brown with moderate, warm undertones and a cream finish with barely-there pearl. It had semi-sheer to medium coverage with a smooth, creamy consistency that was moderately thick, though not heavy or tacky to wear. The color applied fairly evenly with a bit of product that settled into my deeper lip lines, though it was barely noticeable in person. It wore well for three hours and felt hydrating over time.
ColourPop Panna Cotta Lux Gloss is a medium peach with warm, more orange undertones and a cream finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation that applied unevenly and settled into my lip lines. I could not get this to sit evenly; I tried to just use the doe-foot applicator to spread it out, but the thicker texture made it hard not to need to press my lips together to smooth it out further… but this resulted in the product creating lines of demarcation where I pressed my lips together. This shade stayed on for two and a half hours but was moisturizing.