December 17, 2019

Bobbi Brown Crushed Oil-Infused Gloss for Spring 2020

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Spring 2020 must be near because lip oils are popping up everywhere! The latest to hit my radar is the new Bobbi Brown Crushed Oil-Infused Gloss that’s available in 14 shades. Bobbi Brown has deteriorated over the last years. Some people will blame the fact that Bobbi stepped down and left in 2016 but I fully believe that things went south way before that. It’s a brand very near and dear to my heart but even I can admit the quality simply isn’t there.

Here’s the interesting thing though….

One of the areas that Bobbi Brown continues to shine is in the lip arena. Lipsticks, lipglosses, each new release the brand puts fourth is really quite good. The eyeshadow palettes may be hit or miss but Bobbi Brown crushes in when they launch a new lip formula. That’s why I’m confident Bobbi Brown Crushed Oil-Infused Gloss will bring something fresh and new to the lip oil world.

These are a hybrid formula of sorts that’s mostly lipgloss and a bit of a lip oil as well to hydrate lips while providing shine and a hint of tint.

A super smooth, ultra-hydrating, and never-sticky lip gloss in sheer shades from bare to bold.โ€ฏThere loaded with quite a few different oils such as olive, apricot, avocado, and jojoba along with Sodium Hyaluronate.

I’m curious to try them. Bobbi Brown hasn’t failed me in the lip department lately so I trust these new Crushed Oil-Infused Glosses will hit the spot.

Bobbi Brown Crushed Oil-Infused Gloss is $27 and available now at Sephora.

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  • Adrienne

    You haven’t steered us wrong with the BB Lippies, I love my crushed set that I got on sale thanks to you ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m glad I didn’t use my sephora discount today is the last day so this goes in my cart. I wish they had the Stila lippies you just posted. I’m excited about Spring and we are barely into winter.

    • Isabella Muse

      i am so glad to hear it. The crushed lipsticks are awesome and the crushed balm too and that set is a super great deal glad you got it ;-D I WISH they did too I’d have purchased that with my discount as well as some of these ;-D

  • Eraser

    Bobbi Brown was the queen of lipstick years ago when she started her brand. Of course things changed when she sold out to the Lauder empire, and I lost interest in the brand when she stepped down. However, the Crushed products brought me back so I’ll be eager to try these.

    • Isabella Muse

      The crushed products are def excellent and a really a star of their line up!

  • Ray

    Wholeheartedly agree with you. Bobbi Brown was the first brand I ever used 20 years ago. There was just something about that drew me. Past free years gone down hill. Iโ€™ve kept all my palettes from years ago pristine and i do see a quality difference. Iโ€™m not much of a lip girl more eyes. I do hope they can get back to where they were. Not that I donโ€™t still look at every release and purchase just not same.

    • Isabella Muse

      likewise. The first time I started getting into bobbi was when I noticed finer lines under my eyes lol! And I started navigating towards more nudes and Bobbi was a brand that was elegant and wearable and not as loud and bold as UD, TF, etc…! I too own all my palettes from years past and you can say how dramatically things have changed ๐Ÿ™ I’m the same! I still always look out for their new releases but the palettes I’m always a bit wary of!

  • Claire

    It’s weird but since Bobbi left her own line I feel no need to support it anymore, despite these intriguing me. Obviously the products being brought out lack her guidance and authority now so it’s just not the same. I’m surprised they haven’t rebranded the line to just “Bobbi” or something. Let’s just say the Lauder’s ruin whatever brand they get their hands on.

  • Powell

    Bobbi Brown is my second high-end makeup brand purchased after Mac. I remember Oprah raving about the brand on the Oprah Winfrey show. The lip glosses were some of my favorites. I LOL at myself because just yesterday I found a tube of my fav chocolate lip gloss in a purse. I smelled it knowing it was no longer good but I’m keeping it for a color match. I also purchased so many BB four pan eyeshadow palettes and six pan lip gloss palettes. Those were the days when BB was at it’s best. I agree the brand is not the same and I had not purchased for a few years but last year I started purchasing again starting with lip glosses and it’s a shame they no longer make a fav lipstick that I loved. I will definitely check these out.

  • Lynn

    Have to disagree. I think the quality of the line has improved. More options and not just the usual brown eye shadows.