Sunday, August 29, 2010

Leslie Tyler Liplicious Gloss: Spellbound

Hello ladies,

I recently had the chance to try Liplicious Gloss by Leslie Tyler. Since my first application, my tube of Spellbound has been residing in my Hello Kitty make up bag, along with my favorite cosmetics. This shade is a light berry with delicate shimmer. I love the natural appearance of this gloss.

Liplicious Gloss in Spellbound.
The packaging has a retro pin-up quality.

The doe foot applicator.

Liplicious Gloss has been worn by the following celebrities: Angelina Jolie, Audrina Patrige, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Megan Fox, and Shane Lamas. While admittedly I don't closely follow celebrity style, I do enjoy the make up and photography in Vogue magazine. I admire how make up artists achieve a natural looking lip with a blush of color. Liplicious Gloss easily produced that effect for me.

Spellbound seems like a fusion between a lipstick and a gloss. The consistency doesn't produce a sticky feeling the way some glosses can. After application, the color will settle into the lips. It feels matte, but never drying. As the gloss wears off, a subtle stain of color is left on the lips. Even if you don't have the chance to reapply, your lips won't look bare.

There are 42 available shades in the Liplicious Gloss Line. I am interested in trying Apricot Glaze, Burnished Bronze, Red, and Meteor. I am curious about Gold Nugget as well. I'm not sure how that shade work work for fair skin. Perhaps I could use it as a layering note.

If you are looking for a gloss that enhances your natural lip color, check out Leslie Tyler's Liplicious Gloss.

Spellbound was sent to me for review. The entire line of Liplicious Gloss is available for purchase at Each Gloss retails for $12. At her website you can also learn a little more about Leslie Tyler and her upcoming tv show: Leslie & the Journey to True Love. She has been featured on numerous tv and radio programs as a lifestyle expert. I am best acquainted with her through her fabulous lip gloss.

Happy painting, ladies!


  1. Lip Gloss is one of those beauty items I leave in my makeup bag for my purse. Even if my lipstick wears off, a dab of lip gloss can still keep the lips interesting.

    Spellbound looks like a color that would work with about any wardrobe too.

  2. Kimberly: I knew you would appreciate this color! I always carry a few favored glosses with me. I like to do more with my eye makeup. I love the simplicity of a pretty gloss to balance the look.

  3. This is a very pretty shade on you. I've never heard of this brand. I own tons of lipgloss but I'm more of a lipstick girl. I do like when there's color left on the lips after the gloss wears off. That way I won't look to dead looking!

  4. That's a very pretty shade of lipstick. I like that it will still leave a hint of color,even after it "wears off."

  5. As a kid, I loved glosses, could wear them forever. But mostly they were way too sticky. Then I stopped using anything at all. And when the opportunity of kissing came to me (:D) I started to love natural-looking lipsticks. Or lip stains! Which is fun and comfy too.
    This one looks beautiful on you, as you said, not bare, but very natural.

  6. Oh, this is a gorgeous color on you. :')

    -Eplefe (I can't login at work, sorry)

  7. Very pretty! I'm curious, does that lip gloss have a smell or taste?

  8. Lucy: Thanks so much, Lucy! Liplicious is new to me as well. I would love to try other colors. The leftover stain on the lips is nice.

    Starlight: Thank you! I love the color when it's first applied as well as the subtle stain of pink that's left over hours later.

    Floor en Marjolein: Thanks so much!

    Daria: Thank you! I don't think Liplicious would be the type of gloss that would interfere with kissing. :)

    Eplefe: Thanks so much! I am so glad you like it. <3

    Amy: Thanks! The gloss isn't scented and there is no discernible added flavor.


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