Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P Review and Swatches

Paul and Joe Lip Gloss P

Orange Pineapple is one of three limited edition Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P releases for Summer 2014! These sweetly scented flavors are have a cutesy spiral design that not only give lips a glossy finish but they also pack major hydration so if you have dry lips you NEED one or all of these Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P flavors!

Paul & Joe Lipgloss P

Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P

As a makeup junkie I own a ton of lipglosses to say the least but I must say Paul & Joe’s Lip Gloss P formula could possibly be the most hydrating one I own. This formula is made up of a huge array of oils such as apricot and olive oil as well as plenty of moisturizing elements such as orange flower water and water lily extract.

The cute swirl design was inspired by an old fashion ice cream parlor and both the flavors of the gloss and the new Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color are supposed to taste and smell like ice cream. I actually don’t get an ice cream element from this but it does taste like a sweet sorbet with a hint of orange and pineapple! The flavor and the fragrance is very subtle though so if you’re sensitive no worries about it being overwhelming.

Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P swatches

Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P Swatches (Orange Pineapple)

As I said above this is one of the most moisturizing glosses I’ve ever had the pleasure of using. It has a high shine, glossy finish with a touch of tint and a moisture lock formula that keeps lips super hydrated through the wear and extra soft well after it wears away!

It’s such a rarity that I run across beauty that I need a back up of. I have SO much makeup that I always talk myself out of back up purchases but I must admit that Paul & Joe Lip Gloss P is one of those products I simply do not want to be without. This is a GREAT gloss with a super shiny finish and plenty of moisture for the driest of dry lips!

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