"Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer delivers maximum color and brilliance with its unique Triple Shine Complex, a blend of high-performance ingredients that provide unstoppable wear and shine like “30 coats of lacquer.” This mint-scented gloss features a profusion of creamy pinks, shimmering lavenders, and iridescent brights that give lips a lush look with lasting color and unbelievable shine." - Sephora
I really like the packaging of these glosses - the clear tubes let you easily find the right shade in your purse. The flattened paddle applicators apply the gloss evenly and precisely. There's a great minty scent to these glosses, which I absolutely love! The formula is incredibly creamy, and these glosses feel very plush on my lips. I get about 3-4 hours of wear from these glosses, and I love that I can easily reapply on the go!
Pink Flamingo is my absolute favourite of the three shades that I've tried! This light pink gloss offers a very sheer was of colour, but I absolutely love how easy this is to apply on the go. This pink goes with any makeup look, which makes it the perfect purse or clutch staple!
Taboo looks quite brown in the tube, but it sheers out quite a bit on the lips. I didn't think that I would like this gloss, based on what it looks like in the tube, so I was really surprised by how natural it looks on my lips! There's a healthy amount of shimmer in this shade, and I think that this would make a great topper for any nude lipstick.
Uproar looks like a creamsicle in the tube, but this shade also sheers out a lot on the lips. You're left with a very light wash of colour, loaded with shimmers.
Marc Jacobs' Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquers offer a high dose of shine with a sheer wash of colour. I love how creamy and comfortable these are to wear, which is why Pink Flamingo has quickly become a staple in my purse. There are a ton of other beautiful shades in this range - I have my eyes on Pink Steam and Hot Hot Hot!
Have you tried any of Marc Jacobs' Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquers yet? Which shades are your favourites?