May 18, 2020

Welcome Back to the Year 2000 When Lancome Juicy Tubes Were Popular

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Someone at Lancome was brainstorming recently and they were like, “Guys, guys, guys! Let’s bring Juicy Tubes back!” Yup, their back! Lancome Juicy Tubes are back and available for your purchasing pleasure at Sephora and we’re back to the year 2000. And that’s ok, I’ll re-live Y2K if I can get out of COVID-19.

For the record, just because Juicy Tubes left the building back in 2018 didn’t mean I wasn’t still into glossy lips. If anything at all, I was still on a quest to find all the best glossy glosses and make them mind (still am I). It hasn’t been that long but I can’t remember being completely gaga over Juicy Tubes. They were nice, the formula was ok, but I don’t recall have any pokemon disease to collect them all when they were around.

Are you happy Lancome Juicy Tubes are back or are just eh on their return?

Lancome Juicy Tubes are available now at Sephora.

P.S. How you doing over there? Welcome to Monday! I think it’s Monday! Naa, seriously it really is Monday. I’ve been pretty good keeping track of the days even though I joke about not recalling the day of the week. We have to have some sense of normal right? Keeping track of the days seems normal to me! I’ve been up since 5AM and trying to get some posts all sorted. I don’t really have much cleaning to do. At this point every surface in my home is sparkling because cleaning and organizing stuff is somehow therapeutic for me! I know I’m off my review game lately and I’m sorry! I’m trying to get back into that head space soon for you! Is there something you’ve been wanting to see reviewed? Drop me a line and let me know. Please take care of yourself today. Be safe if you’re at work or outside.

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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Eraser

    I always loved them – I just can’t fathom why these companies discontinue their most popular products.

  • Sarah

    Aw yeah! I never owned an actual juicy tube, but I did own multiples of the very similar knockoff from Avon’s Mark line of cosmetics (remember Mark?!?!). I remember around like 2004-2005 I would slap on one of those babies and think I looked so HAWT. Lol!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      HA of course I remember those. I owned so many Juicy Tube dupes from a variety of brands! And yes of course, I thought I was the sh1t!

  • Hollie

    I wonder if L’Oreal will bring back their version since #samecompany

    I was in high school when I was obsessed with Juicy Tubes, and the L’Oreal were spot on at a fraction of the price IIRC

    • Isabella Muse

      I feel like L’Oreal does the bare minimum with releases lately so no hope on them doing that!

    • Elena

      I bought every single one of those L’Oreal Colour Juice glosses when they came out. There was literally zero difference between those and juicy tubes. I loved them sososo much!

  • Anne

    Read the room, Lancôme! People are out here wearing masks over our mouths and they are reintroducing the stickiest makeup product I have ever used!
    Muse, I don’t have a specific product that I want to see you review, but I would love more lists of your favorite products!

    • Isabella Muse

      LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL! I know right? I think it was likely supposed to be a smashing success but covid came along and ruined it. Will do! I’ve been sort of doing the “current loves” list do you enjoy those posts?

  • Chris

    Any price rise? Because that would so be a Lancome thing to do!

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m not sure! They are $20 now and don’t quote me but I think maybe it was $18 back in the day!

  • Dot

    I remember loving the shiny, glassy finish of these, but I also remember not liking the sticky finish, so I never ended up reaching for them as much as I thought I would. Curious if the formula has stayed the same; I almost bought one the other day for nostalgia’s sake before stopping myself knowing I just wouldn’t wear it. There are much nicer formulas out there now, like Pat McGrath or Marc Jacobs, so curious to see what people think of them now.

  • Susan T.

    I was a huge Juicy Tube fan back in the day. When I heard they were coming back I dug mine out of my stash and found I have about a dozen! The funny thing is all but one or two feature glitter! Lol! Glittery lipgloss in a tube is so totally my youth!

    • Isabella Muse

      ha girl glitter lipgloss is still a thing in my older age!

  • Kate

    I remember buying a Juicy Tube when I was a teenager. It was one of the first “high-end” beauty products I ever purchased. At the time, it felt like SO much money and I absolutely SLAVED over deciding which shade to buy. Which is particularly hilarious in hindsight, because their sheerness made most of them look identical.

    Anyway, I’m glad they’re back! I still own one (not the original one!) that I must have gotten in a gift set a few years ago. I never reach for it. But Juicy Tubes will always seem like a beauty counter staple to me.

    • Isabella Muse

      LOL! It’s that thing where we want them all even if they are sheer!

  • Vivianne

    When I was in high school, I adored these lip glosses because of the pretty packaging and the glassy shine. Now that I’m in my 30s, not so much lol. Having strands of hair stuck to my lips is not really fun. In terms of the product returning, I don’t mind it because of the nostalgia. In general, I have such fondness for beauty products/ brands in the late 90s/2000s. Revlon’s Streetwear products were so fun. L’oreal had these delice blushes that came in all of these beautiful shades. Maybe they can all come back one day lol.

    • Isabella Muse

      I always wear my hair back when I’m at work so really glossy glosses don’t bother me much. Streetwear really was fun and L’Oreal H.I.P.! Maybe the recession will make drugstore makeup come back!

  • Agona

    I used to love these. My favorite was an LE one called apple cider or something and it tasted like cider. I’m worried though because the reviews on the site was saying the new ones aren’t fruity flavored but floral? I hope they didn’t mess with the original like that.

  • Dee

    Muse, please don’t feel like you have to post reviews for us. You have to do what is best for you! It’s fun to read your posts no matter what they are about!

    I agree with Anne that it would be great to read lists of your favorite products. Then you don’t have to review anything! Please take care!

    • Isabella Muse

      aw thanks Dee! <3! I def will do that! I'm reorganizing skincare today and was thinking skincare should be the first fav post I do!

  • Lisa

    I honestly never knew that they went away! Guess it’s a good thing that I stockpiled because they are among my favorite things!

  • Benni

    I used to love these!! So much that even my husband knew the name of the product I was using. Don’t know if I am going to use again though…maybe if there’s a sale?