Editor's Rating & Review
Mmmm. Mango , shea butter and vegetable oils make lips feel slicker than a raincoat (in a good way). While some may find the feeling too rich, the formula is super-hydrating. Colors, which can come off easily, should be tried on as the packaging doesn't convey their boldness. The tube's bishop-like exterior, with a silver base and ball on top, are fun to show off. The angle-tipped lipstick doesn't smell like mango or shea butter, just lipstick.
Bourjois Docteur Glamour Reviews
NiceGood lipstick to try if you want hydration. It did seem to keep my lips supple for quite awhile, though it wasn't for 8 hrs. The shades are bold so if you like softer colours on you lips I recommend applying it with a brush or with your finger. This gives a less intense look. I would buy this again. — 5 years agoEireItalia | 277 reviews
Bourjois Docteur GlamourI loved the way this moistened my lips but found i had to keep reapplying. So nice but not really worth the monehy — 4 years agoBethxx | 19 reviews
Beautiful smooth colorThis is a great lipstick for girl's with dry lips. The colors rang from bold to natural and look great with Bourjois lip gloss. There is little to no scent or taste to the lipstick. Sephora has all of the products marked 50% off,so it was a bargain at $7.50. My only complaint is that this product must be applied several times during the day. — 4 years, 6 months agomomizzle | 11 reviews
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