Limited time only and cannot be combined with other coupon codes. Free Shipping offer is valid on all orders of $75 or more shipped within the continental US. Free shipping only applies to Standard Shipping and excludes shipping rates over $12.99. Taxes and additional shipping and handling (if applicable) and the purchase of gift certificates and gift cards do not count toward the qualifying amount. The total order amount after any discounts are applied must be at least $75 to qualify. Not valid for cash. Previous purchases are not eligible for adjustments. If you choose to ship Standard and are shipping to multiple addresses, you will receive free shipping only to those shipping destinations receiving more than $75 of merchandise. If an address is receiving less than $75 in merchandise, you will be charged for shipping accordingly. Some restrictions on shipping offer apply. Void where prohibited by law.
I bought this in pink "Parfait" and cannot be more disappointed in the texture and terrible appli...
I bought this in pink "Parfait" and cannot be more disappointed in the texture and terrible application. NYX is one of my go-to brands for their amazing lippies but this is a definite fail. The balm is cakey and uneven when applied, and you can absolutely not wear it alone. Moisturizing your lips prior or applying a layer of chap-stick underneath seems to help but I still would not recommend this product or purchase it again.
Bought these in the shades Biscotti and Macaron and ended up throwing both away.
Bought these in the shades Biscotti and Macaron and ended up throwing both away.I liked the slight, sweet flavor both shades had but that's about where my endorsement ends. The formula looks smooth in the tube and applies smoothly but ends up feeling gummy once on. It makes lips feel kind of gross sticky, crumbly after just a few minutes and that feeling stays until wiping it off thoroughly. Not only that but the formula seems to have the opposite effect of its purpose, drying instead of moisturizing. My lips ended up more chapped after using this balm. Both shades were very sheer and added little tint. The tube colors are nothing like the balm colors, which is a little odd. To end on a positive note, at least neither one is frosty or shimmery. $3.99 each with standard twist up cylinder packaging.
I love the tube butter glosses formula, color and smell wise.
I love the tube butter glosses formula, color and smell wise. But this one I do not like. The worst part is the smell, it's like some very acidic fruit or vitamin C pill. I just couldn't stand it. It was that way in several colors I tried, all the same smell. The formula was just okay. You could use it as a light balm, but if your lips are dry it will not smooth them out visibly during wear, so if you want it for that, pass on this. It's not that rich or thick. It's super, super light to the point of likely only working well on lips that are not dry already.I had to get rid of mine due to the smell being intolerable.
I have been using this butter lip balm in Ladyfinger for awhile now after receiving it in my Ipsy...
I have been using this butter lip balm in Ladyfinger for awhile now after receiving it in my Ipsy bag. The ladyfinger color is kind of a smoky matte dull raspberry color for lack of a better description. I don't mind the color as it can look dark for nighttime looks but still maintain a natural look during day or give you a muted pop of color when you aren't wearing any other makeup. Its that versatile colorwise for me. It goes on like a chapstick except maybe more creamy as opposed to a silkier greasier application. For people that don't like glosses but want colour this is a sad bet.The packaging is nothing to write home about though. Looks very simple with white writing and is in a tube thicker than a chapstick or lip smacker container. I like the fact that its a touch bigger for application, but that might be a hindrance to others. I also liked the scent of it. It smelled a little of raspberry and vanilla mixed together without being sickening or overpowering. I didn't hate it, but didn't love it. Wont be rushing out to buy again, but would use again if that makes sense.
I feel that many of NYX's colors are for people with lighter skin/lips than me (NC25/30).
I feel that many of NYX's colors are for people with lighter skin/lips than me (NC25/30). (The Butter Glosses have a white base which makes them lighter too!) Anyway, I bought Red Velvet, Panna Cotta, Biscotti, and Macaron, only the first two provided a sheer color the other colors made my lips look lighter that they are naturally. This is not a good look! The frost from the Macaron makes it appear lighter. Panna Cotta is cooler (leans blue base) than it looks. Red Velvet doesn't apply smoothly so you have to even it out with your finger or lip brush. But I really like the formula and smell. It makes my lips so hydrated. I will use up the light colors by using them before bed. I'm going to try brownie next! Fingers crossed! I hope that they will expand their color range.I'm neutral about the packaging and the price (at $3.50 where I am) is OK.