• Wed, Apr 30 2008

Smashbox O-Gloss – My Go-To Gloss

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I have had my tube of Smashbox O-Gloss for a couple of months now, it really takes me a while to decide on whether I *really* love a new product or not.  I feel safe to say, as I put it on my rebuy list, that this O-Gloss has really become a staple in my bag.  As a mother and (swear) a soccer mom, I am always running around here to there, half made up (or worse).  The O-Gloss is quick, small, and *oh so* convenient for giving me some good lip where there is none.

If you aren’t familiar with Smashbox’s “O” products, the special thing about them is that they start off clear and after a few moments on your skin, they turn into a lovely shade that looks like a natural flush.  I can’t speak for how it works for you, but it really works outstanding for me.  The color is a perfect clear pink that I adore.  The beneficial/active ingredients in O-Gloss are:  Gogi-Berry-C Complex, Ginko biloba, Marine plankton, Pomegranite seed and Avocado oil.  Yum. 

You can get O-Gloss and its sister product for the cheeks, O-Glow (which I haven’t tried yet, because I have somewhat of an aversion to cream/liquid products on my cheeks due to their tendency to get clogged pores), at Sephora.  O-Gloss is $22, O-Glow is $26.  Anyone out there paranoid about cheek pores that has tried the O-Glow?  It is a gel, it will *probably* be fine, but inquiring minds want to know. :)

Image: Sephora.com

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  • tuesdayschild

    Avon’s Mark has been producing an identical product for a few years now called Glossblossom. The only difference is in the pricetag. For the price of one tube of O-Gloss you can have 3 tubes of Glossblossom and a few bucks left over for a latte.

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  • Anne

    I tried this and all I have to say is that in the 80′s when I was a child there was a product made by Wet n’ Wild, it was green mood lipstick. It turned the same color pink that this gloss does. It cost 1 dollar. I am not convinced that this is anything other that that technology.

  • http://www.b5media.com/ Christina

    Beyond the color change thing, which really is nothing more than a gimmick, but an awesome color for me, the gloss itself is what I really like. Moisturizing and not sticky and lasts a relatively long time for lip gloss. That is why it has grown to be my go-to, not because it has a cool color changing factor. WAY better than WnW’s mood lipstick (I remember that too ;) ).

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  • Claire P.

    Christina, I would give O-glow a try. It’s never clogged my pores and it gives the most gorgeous, natural flush, especially on fair skin. I wore it on my wedding day and got so many compliments on my glowing face.

  • http://www.latestbeauty.com Melissa

    I’m excited to hear that you love O-Gloss so much, because I was really eager to try an O-Glow-like product by Almay (the Smart Shade Blush) and it was virtually useless! I have faith now that the Smashbox products are better. I’ll have to get my hands on soem O-Glow and let you know if it’s worthwhile! (I’m paranoid about clogged pores too.)

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