The Smashbox Studio Pop Ultimate Palette features a ton of products – I’ve reviewed everything else in previous posts, which I’ll link below. This part is the lip glosses.
A couple of general notes: these are all unscented. They all feel very light and comfortable on the lips. I didn’t experience any feathering, settling into lines, etc.
Gumdrop is a semi-sheer peach that pulls a little pinker on my pigmented lips. It has a shiny finish and has a long wear time for a gloss (3-4 hours).
Bella is an opaque hot pink with blue undertones. Its finish has a mild sheen. It feels creamy, but it doesn’t slip around on your lips. It wears very well – as long as 5 hours for me.
Lily is a semi-opaque rosy brown nude. It also has a sheen finish, but like the others doesn’t slide around on your lips. It wears well, though not as long as Bella.
Tea Rose is a semi-opaque coral red. It’s sort of a soft red that will tone with red clothing without being a bold high-maintenance red. This one wears very well, for up to 5 hours on me.
Pomegranate is a semi-sheer berry with blue undertones. It’s the stiffest gloss in the bunch, and by that I mean it’s harder to get it onto your brush than the others. It applies more like a stain than a gloss. It wears 3 hours or so before needing a touch-up.
Freeze is a sheer white with silver sparkle. It’s pretty funky worn alone, but it comes into its own when you wear it over one of the other glosses, transforming them from a cream or shine finish to a sparkly one. You can also just put it subtly in the middle of your lower lip to create a highlight there.