Guest's Rating & Review
While this finger-sized lipstick has little staying power, it lives up to its name by instantly smoothing and softening chapped lips. Despite consumer complaints that the scent is too musky and some shades are deceptively frosty, many of the 32 available colors are sheer and day-wearable -- even fit for the gym. SPF 15 also makes it worth bringing along on outdoor hikes and beach trips. For conditioning and protecting, it's a keeper.
Almay Hydracolor Lipstick Reviews
Hydrating and moisturizingThis lipstick states "over 100 times more water than regular lipsticks" so I was a bit skeptical. A moisturizing lipstick tends to wear off easily, but the staying power of this Almay is decent. Yeah, it is clearly not meant for all day wear, but since this is very affordable, I don't mind re-apply a few times a day. The true to the title, it hydrates my lips without any yucky stickiness. It has a nice color selection, and it took some time for me to decide which color. Ultimately, I chose Garnet. The color is pretty, and considering the sticker price, this lipstick can be really great if there was no perfumey scent. — 3 years, 6 months agoluckybetty | 895 reviews
I like itThis lipstick feels so nicely moisturizing, in a completely non-greasy way. The color is light and I've found many, many of the shades to be really flattering. It doesn't last that long on, but I use this more for moisture, anyway. I have to add that I haven't noticed the chemical/floral smell noted by some reviewers at ALL, and I have this in 7 shades. Perhaps they've changed it? — 4 years, 4 months agoamygab1126 | 241 reviews
Pretty good but there's a catchThis stuff does feel hydrating and has a variety of shades. I really like the darker shades I feel like the lighter shades look fake. Also there is a little bit of a gritty feel to it. — 2 years, 8 months agolaura_nicole_mcguinness | 38 reviews
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