First off, LORAC's Multiplex 3D glosses may be a little pricey at $22 (for 0.17oz), but I definitely feel that it's worth it to own at least one of these. The packaging is pretty standard: Clear Tube with shiny lid. The packaging is a bit "holographic like." This comes with a brush applicator -which I like for this product because it allows me to spread out the shimmer easily and evenly. I'd love to own all the colors but that's a bit out of my price range. All of the colors looked really enticing on the Sephora website but I ended up purchasing just 2 colors:
1. Cliché- Bright fuchsia with a hint of lavender and tiny blue sparkles.
2. Vivid- Medium pink with a hint of coral packed with gold and pinky sparkles.
(These are what the colors looked like swatched on my hand. This is one of those glosses that will look different on everyone.)
(From left) Cliché, Vivid
On The Lips..
When applied to the lips, both glosses looked really "glowy" (like those glow-in-the-dark looking glosses that shift from yellow to orange to pink) but after I spread it out evenly, the "glowiness" effect disappeared. They made my lips look full and pillowy -without the tingly effect (these aren't even lip plumpers.) All the colors smell the same -like some sort of tropical fruit. They're not sticky yet not too non-sticky that they fade off your lips too quickly. I love that the glitter in these does NOT look gritty and that the glosses don't dry out my lips. This gloss does not seep into my "dry winter lips" leaving cracks -it moisturizes. Seriously, this is what Too Faced "Girls Dig Pearls" gloss was supposed to be and what MAC Dazzleglasses wish they were (and I adore Dazzleglasses.) They're also longlasting. Even when the glossiness starts to fade, the "background" color leaves sort of a stain and lasts for hours. You can also build up the gloss for a more "multiplying 3D" effect.
Above is Cliché.
Above is Vivid.
Have you tried LORAC Multiplex 3D glosses? How do you like them?