Jesse's Girl Liquid Glass in Papaya and Razzle Dazzle swatches+review

Happy Friday!!! I have two Jesse's Girl Liquid Glass lip glosses for you today - one a very subtle peachy pink, the other a loud and proud fuchsia! The nice folks at Jesse's Girl provided these for me to try out, and I couldn't be happier :) ...but first, let's discuss the brushes on these glosses. The are super thin with bristles, which I find nice. Except they go wonky and curl and stick up and just go crazy!

Application can get a little tricky if you can't get the brush under control. I have spoken with the Jesse's Girl peeps about this issue, and they are super aware of the problem and are rectifying it! :) Instead of the brushes like this, the new Liquid Glass glosses will have a spongy doe foot applicator.

So, now that that's sorted...hahah...on to Papaya! Papaya is a shimmery, silky, sheer peachy pink with gold and pink sparkles. I thought it would have a little more color, but it's a great nude! Extremely easy to apply and control. You can see the sparkles catch the light in my photos.

I honestly didn't think I'd like Razzle Dazzle. I thought it would be too wild for me. Boy was I wrong! I think this gloss is perfect! It's smooth going on and lasted for 2 hours before I noticed it was gone (take into account I was eating and drinking in that 2 hour time frame) It's a vibrant fuchsia, one that really stands out. I love how, on the lips, it looks so juicy.

 

What do you guys think? Do you like either of these glosses? Jesse's Girl offers a variety of colors in their Liquid Glass line. They are also available at Rite Aid. Price point is $4.99.

DISCLAIMER: Some products used in this post were provided to me by the company for consideration. This blog is written and edited by me, and the opinions are not influenced in any way and are not compensated. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I have any formal training in nail care. I'm just someone who likes to polish her nails :) Please read this post for more information.

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