Yes, when I first heard that Lancôme was bringing back Juicy Tubes, I was thrilled. Lancôme Juicy Tubes have been one of my staples for years, and I first got them as a gift with my purchase, and then there was no going back, I just had to have them – one in my bag, one on my desk, and one on my desk. Vanity. It controls my super dry lips. When I found out that Lancome was discontinuing the Juicy tube, I was a little disappointed because it had worked so well for me over the years. Finally, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Lancome’s iconic product, they’re bringing it back. Lancôme has reintroduced the lip gloss in new finishes and shades.
Lancôme Juicy Tubes Lip Glosses are equally shiny and moisturizing lip glosses in beautiful and fun shades. The lip gloss is very moisturizing and makes the lips look fuller. I feel that my lips remain moisturized even after the shine wears off and I do want to say that they last a long time.
I tried the following Lancôme Juicy Tube shades:
- 01 Pure – Clear
- 04 Miracle – Neon Pink
- 07 Magic Spell – pure magenta with silver shimmers
- 08 Tickled Pink – Creamy grayish rose
- 10 Framboise Pop – strawberry red
They are comfortable, soft and supple on the lips. Also, they smell great, almost like the original. Lancôme Juicy Tubes are thicker in texture but feel comfortable on the lips after application. Another benefit is that it can be used alone as a lip gloss or lip balm, or as a primer on top of a lipstick to give shine, or to get a natural lip color after outlining the lips with a lip liner (such as a nude or neutral lip liner). When used alone, all shades present a beautiful sheen and a hint of color, except for the sheer shades, which are pure gloss.
The packaging you see is the original Juicy Tube packaging. Other lip glosses I like are Sisley Le Phyto Gloss and YSL Gloss Volupte. for a noticeable plumping effect, the Buxom Lip Gloss is worth a try.