QOTW: Do You Think Lip Products Should Be Scented?

Do you think lip products should be scented?

Beautiful with brains says: I don’t mind if they are, as long as the scent isn’t too strong. A nice scent can enhance your experience with the product (I adore the fig scent of Estee Lauder’s lip products!), but anything too overpowering puts me off.

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    • beautifulwithbrains says

      Ana, they’re yummy, aren’t they?

      I think the right scent can make wearing lipstick/gloss more plesant, but if it is too strong it just puts you off.

  1. Janessa says

    Do all Estee Lauder lip products have fig scents? I tried looking up that Fig shade you mentioned but I couldn’t find it. :[ Is there a favorite lipgloss type you have from Estee Lauder?

    • beautifulwithbrains says

      Janessa, I don’t think so but they should. The Pure Colour Glosses and Lipsticks do. The glosses are some of my favourites although I don’t own a lot because of the high price tag. :)

  2. Janessa says

    I would much rather have scented lipgloss than non-scented. Of course it has to be light and neutral. I like vanilla and Buxom’s caramel-like flavor.

    • beautifulwithbrains says

      Janessa, I agree. A scent can make using the product more pleasant, but it has to be subtle. A vanilla scent is always nice.

      By the way, I’ve received your package yesterday. Thank you so much for sending it. The owl card is too cute and your kind words made me blush. And the products are amazing too. I’ve swatched a few of them and I fell in love but I will tell you more about them once I’ve had the chance to play with them properly. But thank you again, and if there’s anything I can do for you, just let me know. :)

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