Neutrogena Moisturizing Color Stick

Hello everyone! Today, I noticed Neutrogena had newer shades added to their original eight Moisturizing Color Sticks. When did they do that? I am not sure. I know these are not brand new, they may be a year old. But I’m just noticing them.

The first original eight shades were more sheer and shimmer finishes. That is why at first, they weren’t my go-to or my favorite. CVS store I went to, these sticks had “new” sticker on them, which is why I thought they were new. Even Neutrogena website mentions the “new” on the packaging still.

Neutrogena describes their product as a balm-like formula that is easily glidable. They provide a sheer wash of moisturizing color that last for hours. It instantly moisturizes lips, while conditioning them continuously, leaving lips softer, smoother, and moisturized in just three days with nothing on them.

These sticks are made with fruit extracts, mango, and shea butter. Packaging has a twist up allowing for perfect application everytime. No sharpener needed! They are dermatologist tested and comes now in 16 shades including the eight original, sheer and shimmering colors (10-80). These second half of the 16 shades (90-180) are more bold with a creamy finish. Neutrogena website says to apply these sticks frequently to keep lips soft, smooth, and moisturized. Therefore, these are not long-lasting and they do not claim it to be.

I purchased #130 Wine Berry and #150 Cherry Pink. Youtuber, emilynoel83 describes Wine Berry as more reddish. When first applying, I applied too much of Wine Berry. Applying too much made me feel a build-up around the inside that may eventually leave white/pinkish bleeding. I was worried it might look disgusting later. So you may want to be careful when applying. Too much application felt like a lip gloss texture.

The second shade, Cherry Pink, I applied better. When trying on this shade, I held the stick towards the end to glide it on lightly. I loved the look and feel of it. It didn’t have that gloss texture where eventually the insides will bleed and those white/pinkish stuff looks and feels like wax to me. People think I’m crazy when I say that; so, if you can describe it any better, please let me know.

After removing Wine Berry to try Cherry Pink, I noticed my lips looked beautiful as if the color was still there; yet, the color did not leave a stain. My lips still felt moisturized as well. I haven’t removed Cherry Pink.

I am in love with these two shades and would like to buy some more eventually. I want to use these for the next three days to see whether or not they live up to Neutrogena’s claim- lips will be softer, smoother, and moisturized in just three days with nothing on them. However, if it is something needing reapplied often, I cannot fathom using it during work because I cannot stop watching kids to worry about my lips.

I will be trying this tomorrow to get a feel for this and see whether it’s worth trying for three days and how my lips will look if I do not reapply until after five hours of wear. I am rather picky about my lips these days because of the dark areas that show. The dark areas are not as bad as they used to be, but still there’s some areas of it.

Below are the lip swatches and the wear of #150 after wearing for couple minutes.

Cherry Pink:

After one hour wearing Cherry Pink, see below.

Wine Berry:

Below: When Wine Berry was removed.


Have any of you tried these? What did you think of it?

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Hello everyone. My name is Lisa. Like many, I have been through a lot. Writing has been a passion of mine. As a child, I dreamed of being a writer, publishing my own book. I created this website in order to share my writings, thoughts, and get to know others who share the same interest as me. Thank you for your time spent on my website. I hope you stop by again! *peace&God Bless* Lisa

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