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wet n wild Color Icon Lip Gloss - Shut the Pluck Up
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7.0 *
- . - critics
- . - users
average rating based on
less then fifty reviews
most would repurchase
* our guess based on similar releases from this brand

Prefer prose? A snappy summary of reviews so far: Feedback for the formula thickness category the current zero is a sign that responses to "how thick is the formula for this product?" heavily favor thin. Considering the moisturizing category the current rating of two suggests users & critics considering the question "how moisturizing is this product?" mildly favor drying. Considering feedback for the long-wearing category the rating of two suggests reviewers in response to the "how long-wearing is this product?" mildly suggest disappears quickly. Looking at review rankings for the colour category an average of six indicates when asked "does this product shift, or is it true to the pan/box/tube?" usually indicate true to colour. On the pigmentation category a rating of four suggests evaluating "how pigmented is this product?" slightly favor opaque.


at blushgarden, we think differently about reading and writing beauty product reviews. we believe product reviews should provide you with detailed information, let the writer quickly and easily share their thoughts, and be a fun experience for all. to achieve this, we provide a ratings scale for distinct criteria, alongside traditional written comments. this format gives reviewers a way to provide an in-depth review of the same specific aspects of a product, allowing you zero in on the criteria that are most important to you.

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as an example, one rating criteria for lipgloss is stickiness. stickiness ranges from very sticky to not sticky. Very sticky might be a desired quality for you, while not sticky might be desired for someone else. there isn’t a right answer, only your opinion.

an added benefit to the scales is quickly seeing how a product might perform. you can identify that a product is rated highly for stickiness without reading a lot of text. easily compare and evaluate similar products based on identical criteria. apples to apples, if you will.

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