Editor's Rating & Review
The price is a little steep for a drugstore balm, even if it is L'Oreal, but you'll likely get several months of daily use out of each palm-sized pot. The texture is indeed jelly-like, with a light, sweet smell and taste. Lips feel smooth and soft with not too much slick or stick. Potential buggy features? Though the HiP line is known for rich pigments, what appears to be bright color in the package turns very sheer, almost colorless, on lips. Also, the pot is a bit bulky (glass, perhaps?) and requires you to use your finger or a brush (not included) to apply.
L'Oréal Paris HiP Studio Secrets Professional Jelly Balm Reviews
not a HIP productloreals hip line is usually one of my faves, b/c i prefer intense, dramatic looks. some of the jelly gloss colors are so exciting in the jar but they dont show up on your lips almost at all. total disapointment, i am not a clear gloss girl :( on the plus, i guess, you do get alot....and it feels/smells/taste ok. — 4 years, 5 months agocorizotti | 540 reviews
WONDERFULThis balm does feel like jelly, with thick translucent cushiony softness, giving you a very nice coating that protects lips like vaseline. It comes in a large jar that you can kiss your lips into and since it's soft, it sticks to your lips, no fingers needed! It's not high intensity, rather on the sheer side. It has no scent, it's not sticky, slightly heavy feel but smooth and comfortable. — 3 years, 6 months agoMakeupGuru | 442 reviews
Not so "hip"?HIP's Jelly Balm was released after MAC had their Tender Tones collection of Lip Balms. Coincidence? I think not. This is quite pigmented, especially for a lip balm and the shades are ultimately flattering but after maybe thirty minutes or an hour, I find it gone. I didn't eat, I didn't smack my lips, nothing's touched them. I wish it wore longer and for a price a bit steeper than your average mass retail lipgloss range, I'd expect better. It's a simple tinted lip balm with an exagerrated price overall. But - if you wear a lipstick similar to the shade of the balm or something that coordinates with it, it ends up giving a subtle sheen of gloss rather than wet lips look. This does flatter lipsticks and keep lips moist for the time being if your lipstick tends to dry and chap your lips. — 4 years, 5 months agoStarluxe | 298 reviews
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