L.A. Girl Tease Glazed Lip Paint Review

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There’s a lot of things I’ll probably never see in life. But one thing I just knew I’d never come across is a pink gloss that I didn’t like. I just LOVE me some pink and I feel like glosses are pretty hard to mess up. But the L.A. Girl Tease Glazed Lip Paint is just a mess. Sadly, I don’t like it all! * runs and hides *

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Tease is like a pink lip dream gone all wrong. It’s a cool, bright hot pink with small chunks of silver glitter that looks beautiful until you try it on. Tease is easily the most difficult Glazed Lip Paint I’ve tried yet. It applies unevenly and patchy. The color settles into lip lines, catches every flake and bunches up into little bits in the corner. Oh, and it bleeds too.

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The Glazed Lip Paint formula is rather thin, liquid-y and runny as a whole so I usually experience a little bleeding and feathering here and there but it was just awful with Tease. Clumps of color would end up on my teeth and bunched up in between my lips. Just a mess!

What I love most about the Glazed Lip Paints is that they’re pretty fuss free but Tease is incredibly high maintenance. You absolutely need a lip liner or primer to make it work and it’s not nearly as smooth or moisturizing. It definitely isn’t drying but it doesn’t feel as good on the lips as Seduce (my fave). Thanks to the glitter chunks, Tease has a slightly drier consistency that starts to feel a bit grainy and gritty as it wears away after 2-3 hours. Besides the color, I honestly don’t have many nice things to say about Tease, sadly. I still love my Glazed Lip Paints but I don’t recommend this shade at all!

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