Burt’s Bees Lip Gloss

Burt’s Bees Lip Gloss

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When I was asked to review lip gloss from Burt’s Bees, I quickly accepted! I am always wearing lip balm but every once in awhile; I would love to have a little color on my lips. Lip gloss is perfect for me as I am not much of a lipstick user. I received two lip glosses from Burt’s Bees to review in exchange for my honest opinion.

About the product:

Rich, pearlized color combines with natural oils rich in nutrients to leave your lips soft, shiny and 100% naturally beautiful.

• Delivers rich pearlized color with high impact shine
• Enriches with nourishing oils
• Promotes healthy looking and beautiful lips
• Available in 12 gorgeous shades

I received two beautiful colors of lip gloss. I received Spring Splendor and Fall Foliage to try. Both are subtle colors that are not too bold. I prefer color that is light and just barely there. I love just a little color on my lips.

Burt's Bees Spring Splendor

I first tried Spring Splendor because it is a light pink color. It goes on smooth and evenly on my lips. The gloss is stays on my lips and keeps them moisturized. It doesn’t feel thick or sticky on my lips. It just stays in place and adds shine and a little sparkle.

Burt's Bees Fall Foliage

Next, I tried Fall Foliage. It is a love tan/brown color. It goes perfectly with my skin tone as it adds just a bit of color.

Now that I have two lip glosses, I have been rotating them and wearing one color one day and the next day I wear another. I love a little variety and the lip glosses are so pretty and fun to wear.

Burt’s Bees lip glosses are 100% natural. Burt’s Bees is a brand I trust.

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