Yves Saint Laurent has recently bought out its new gloss formula, Gloss Volupte (the SA I spoke to said the Golden Gloss formula is being phased out).
What makes the gloss stand out is its applicator,
which is designed to look like a kiss-shape. The applicator does
give a very good coverage and allows for precise application, though
I am not sure I would describe it as revolutionary.
Available in 23 shades, I bought No.4 Fuchsia Vermeil (£21). Its a
very cool toned pink with a scattering of golden glitter (which
It has a shiny, glossy finish and a lightweight, hydrating texture.
However, even though its billed as non sticky, I don't find that
the case, its not over the top but there is some
stickiness/tackiness to it. It has an average wear and this
particular shade does leave behind a stain.
Ingredients below, this contains fragrance,
I think this is a much improved formula compared to the Golden
Gloss, which I found sometimes gritty in texture and with a heavy
feel. Had this truly been non sticky, I would be picking up
a few more of these as there are some really lovely
shades in the collection.
I bought this from John Lewis