Fake Bake’s Lip Gloss (Domestically Disabled) $9.95 Available @ Fake Bake
A darker pink color with plum undertones. We’ve left Domestically Disabled unscented for those sensitive noses.
Makeup Addict is finally getting caught up with my reviews. Yes, once again I have let them slide and I needed to get myself in gear and get going. Personally, I think the color that Fake Bake is showing for Domestically Disabled is not even close to the really gorgeous color that it is. Does that look like a darker pink with plum undertones?? Not to me. And I held the actual lip gloss up to it and it is no contest. The real lip gloss wins. The description is actually perfect — that is what I have and it is in swirls which really look nice on. It glides on and it feels good — no waxy or greasey feel to it at all. It almost feels like a lip balm — it is that soft to my lips. I found that it stayed on for quite a while. I usually have to refresh my lip gloss several times a day. I still had to refresh with Fake Bake’s Lip Gloss (Domestically Disabled) but less often. I have to comment on the name as it fits me so perfectly. I thought of putting a picture of myself up instead of the lip gloss. However, I prefer to be called Domestically Challenged. This gloss is very glossy as it should be — but without the hard waxy look that a lot of glosses have. My lips shine nicely and look fresh with this gloss. I agree with Fake Bake that this is a perfect color for a tan — or without a tan. I thought it might really just look best with a tan — but it was just as perfect with pale skin.