Name: Infinite Colour
Size: 2x4ml/0.135 fl oz
From Rimmel’s website:
Benefits: Transfer proof, Long Lasting, Sparkle Gloss
New Infinite Colour Crystals. Kiss-proof, food-proof colour with new crystal rich gloss topcoat. Colour lips with vivid colour, and then light up with crystal shine. Everlasting formula hold colour onto lips for 10 hours.
What I liked:
- nice smell
- no transfer
- food-proof and kiss-proof
What I didn’t like:
- takes a few minutes to dry
- is drying on the lips
- doesn’t come off when you need it to
Rimmel Infinite Colour Lipgloss is available in 6 shades. I got “Hear to Stay” which was supposed to be a dark pink colour, but when I put it on it turned out to be a pinkish orange shade. I strongly advise trying it on before buying it, as the colours in the tubes may not be what they seem.
The lipgloss comes in a double ended stick. One end has the colour, and the other one has the top coat. You apply the colour first, let it dry (this takes a few minutes) and then apply the top coat, which adds shiny. You also need to be very careful not to get smudges when you apply the product because it is very difficult to get it off your face. I rubbed and rubbed but it just wouldn’t come off.
Both the colour and the top coat are sticky and they made my lips feel dry. On the plus side, the gloss is really longlasting. It is kiss-proof and doesn’t leave any stains. The colour faded a little when I ate but it was definitely still there and it wasn’t that bad that you needed to reapply. However, I found the topcoat didn’t last as much and after a while my lips weren’t shiny anymore.
Overall, Rimmel Infinite Colour Lipgloss does what it promises. The colour stays put for hours and it doesn’t transfer. However it takes too long to apply and it is very hard to remove, even when you want to. It also dried out my lips.