Glam Lab: We try Lipsense
Have you seen Lipsense advertised on social media?
The direct sellers working for the company Senegence claim that their lasting lip color won't come off until you're ready to take it off.
So how does it stand up to regular lipstick? Good Afternoon Arkansas' Elicia Dover tried the product for week.
Lipsense color is applied by a wand. The person putting the color on their lips applies one coat and lets it dry, then applies two additional coats.
On top of the three color coats, a gloss is applied. To remove the Lipsense color, use the "oops remover."
1. It really works! I wore it all evening to emcee and event and even slept in my make-up (I know, a big no no) but when I woke up the next morning, it was still there.
2. The color is $25.00, the gloss is $20.00 and the "oops remover" is $10.00. It's more expensive than regular lipstick, but you don't have to reapply it all day.
3. It does burn or tingle just a little bit on the first application, but that doesn't bother me.
4. Make sure you don't get the "oops remover" and the lip gloss confused! The bottles look almost the same.
Overall, I give the product 5 out of 5 stars, which is saying something for a former pageant girl and news anchor who wears make-up all day long.
If you want to try it out, it's sold through direct sales. I got mine through my friend Sarah here: Lips you will love forever.
The color I used was dark pink.