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The founders of Exude have managed to solve an age-old dilemma: how to make a lipstick that won’t lose its shape over time. Their crowning achievement: a unique crystal-clear applicator that dispenses the perfect amount of pigment every time. Megastylist Rachel Zoe loves the moisturizing formula and rich, long-wearing shades. Who are we to argue with Hollywood royalty?
I really like this gloss the color is rich and the product is smooth. I love the shape and idea of this I give it 5 stars!1
It didn't stop coming out when I hoped it would so it got messy. Also, It was goopy. I did like the cooling sensation.1
Mine lipstick didnt even work and i had to throw it away! I want products i can USE!1
I had a very hard time getting the product to work and after one use I can't get any more lip gloss out but it is obviously fulll. The gloss itself was ok - not sticky. The packaging was awful.1
First, I hated the Coral color I got in my box. Secondly, for $29 this lipstick didn't wow me enough to ever buy it at that price.1
I hate mint. I tried it anyway and it made me nauseous because it was so strong. Also.... I'm not sure what the point of "nude" lipstick is, since my lips are already that color. I just don't get why you'd bother. Perhaps a topic for a future article?1
It was a shade of red that works on so few people and definitely not at all on myself. I'm going to pass it off to a friend who may enjoy it. But overall, totally not for me. The minty tingle that you feel as you apply it was weird too.1
I liked it just i think the plastic lip stick thing is stupid and its really hard to apply and get it out. Also the formula isnt very comfortable. Also not very good pigmentation.1
If I liked lipstick more, I may have had more of a feel for the lipstick. But I also did not love the cream type of feel on my lips and i don't have very large lips so it would always come out a little too intense.2
The idea is cool, and the formula is a nice hybrid of lipstick and gloss, but the color I got (red) looked cheap and was impractical to wear on a regular basis.2