October 2, 2017

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint Review & Swatches

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint is a new lip oil lip tint hybrid that launched in several shades recently. This is probably one of my favorite drugstore picks at the moment. Granted, lip oils haven’t had a great track record with me. Some are ok but most aren’t as hydrating as I want them to be and they are almost always sheer.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint takes care of all that with a blend of four oils that not only hydrate and provide a glossy finish but also give lips a juicy pop of color.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint ($5.99) are available in six shade selections and 0.21 oz each. These actually come in identical packaging as Rimmel’s Oh My Gloss! Lipgloss so it can get a little confusing if your store them together.

So, this takes all the things I love about lipgloss, all the things I love about a stain, and all the things I love about lip oil and combines it into one formula! Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint has the formula and finish of a lipgloss, the tint of a stain, and the moisture of a lip oil.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint Swatches (Smart Pink, Contemporary Coral, Pop Poppy, Orange Mode)

The texture is quite thin and loose but applies easily on my drier lips. I find the formula very comfortable to wear and apply even though it is thinner and runnier. It feels quite hydrating going on with a highly glossy finish and a nice pop of juicy color. It isn’t tacky nor sticky and although, quite runny it didn’t run around my lip line or migrate. I wouldn’t say it felt oily but it did have a nicely moisturizing feel during the shorter wear time on my drier lips. Apparently it contains four “precious oils” but it makes no mention to what those oils are. For something that does contain a good deal of oil I wouldn’t say it is highly hydrating but it does feel quite moist and soothing on my lips throughout the wear. As it wears away it actually leaves behind a little bit of a tint on my lips. Sadly, the wear time is around an hour or so before reapplication is needed.

Rimmel Contemporary Coral Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint

Rimmel Orange Mode Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint

Rimmel Smart Pink Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint

Rimmel Pop Poppy Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint

It’s not the mostly hydrating or longest wearing lip oil around but I liked this formula none the less. It feels comfortable, it isn’t sticky, it give my lips a pop of color, and provides plenty of shine as well as nice lightweight moisture.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint is worth a dry if you enjoy a glossy, tinted, lightly moisturizing formula.

Rimmel Oh My Gloss! Oil Tint is available now at drugstores or ulta.com and amazon.com.

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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  • amy

    For those with access to CVS, these are 40% off right now (along with all other lip products from from Rimmel). I looked at these yesterday, but none of the colors appealed to me, but I did end up with a couple more of the liquid matte lippies.

  • Eraser

    I got the coral one a while ago and I like it pretty well. The color is lovely and it feels quite nice but as you said, the wear is limited. I would buy it again, though.

    • Isabella Muse

      I really enjoyed it. Wear time is way short! But I’m cool with reapplying 😀

    • Isabella Muse

      They do! Sorry forgot to mention it! It’s a light perfume-y flavor/fragrance!

    • Isabella Muse

      They do apologies for not addressing that in the post. It’s a light, perfume-y taste/fragrance!

      • Magenta Wilde

        I’m curious. I’m not wild about some perfumes or fragrances in lip products, but if they’re on sale at CVS and I can steal a sniff, I may buy one. I love the idea of lip oils once it gets cooler. Maybe these are better than the Milani ones, which I found underwhelming.

          • Magenta Wilde

            I popped open one of the Rimmels and they’re too perfumey for my tastes, kind of like the Maybelline lipsticks, which drive me up the wall. (And I seriously love some of the wilder Maybelline colors!) I wish they were milder like the Kate Moss nudes formula. I really wanted a new lip oil to love!

          • Isabella Muse

            I can deal with sweet or fruity but not really keen on the perfume-y taste/flavor. 🙁 It does disappear fairly fast if that’s any help!

        • amy

          That’s just gross… If you don’t intend to buy a product, there really is no point in opening it, as it contaminates the product for someone who may actually really want it. With such limited stock on DS shelves, and infrequent restocking efforts, it’s hard enough for those of us who prefer to buy in-store to find what we want as it is. When people open the products, they can’t be sold, which is tantamount to theft.

          • Magenta Wilde

            I agree, Amy. And you make some really good points.
            I only will open a product if there’s no seal, though, and I never swatch, unless there are testers available for that purpose. I just open it slightly to see if I can detect a scent, and then that’s when there are no ingredient lists made available.
            I wish all stores would offer testers and that manufacturers actually seal the rest of the products in a little plastic sleeve. Then it’s a guarantee that no one has opened it, because I see way too many people who are opening products and applying makeup in stores, and then returning them to shelves. (This is why I won’t buy makeup in Target any longer, unless it is sealed.)
            And if the product had not been heavily perfumed, I would have bought it. If it had been sealed, I would have bought it and returned it.

  • Cassie

    I have the coral color, and I love it–agree that the Milani version was underwhelming when first released. My ONLY complaint was that, when in my make-up bag one day, some of the oils leaked out from under the top–so, I keep it up-right, at home.

    • Isabella Muse

      oh really?! thanks because I don’t want to open my makeup bag to an oil mess yucky!