Since these are all spaced out and arranged by color on the other Fashion Sets posts, I wanted to make a collective post of all the Lipglasses so it’s easier to compare them all side by side. I am dividing these into two different groups so the photos and swatches are better quality, but they’re all here (except for Spice and Chestnut, which I didn’t purchase)!
Angel: Angel Lipglass is a “light warm pink” that contains very fine shimmer particles. It doesn’t have as much shimmer as the lipstick does, but you can still see a little bit. Despite the light pink color, this Lipglass gives opaque coverage.
Girl About Town: This is a “bright blue fuchsia” color with opaque coverage. Unlike the Lipstick, this contains a hint of microshimmer particles, which could be good or bad, depending on your personal preference. They layer nicely together and match well, although the Lipglass does seem to have a bit more red to it.
Impassioned: This “bright warm pink” Lipglass is a perfect match for the corresponding Lipstick and is a warm toned, bright pinkish fuchsia. It contains no shimmer. It’s just creamy, shiny, opaque and gorgeous!
Morange: This lipglass is referred to as a “bright cream orange”, which is perfectly accurate. It’s slightly more or a true orange than the Lipstick is (in my opinion anyway), and gives opaque coverage.
Myth: Myth Lipglass is not a perfect match for the Lipstick. It’s said to be a “light neutral nude”, but is much more peachy/yellow and a hint more cool toned. It’s almost opaque on the lips but not quite, despite how incredibly thick and creamy it feels. I think because of the thickness of this particular lipglass, it also make it settle into the lines on my lips. Myth Lipglass also contains the slightest bit of shimmer. It almost reminds me of the Viva Glam Gaga II Lipglass, but lighter and not at brown.
Peachstock: Peachstock Lipglass is a “creamy beige peach” and matches the Lipstick of the same name quite well. It’s a thicker than normal, creamy Lipglass and gives opaque coverage, although like some other nude-ish colors, it can settle into the lines of the lips a bit.
Pink Nouveau: This Lipglass is a perfect match for the Lipstick and is a true “bright pink”, although when worn alone it’s not quite as intense. It has a creamy texture and is nearly opaque but not quite.
Please Me: This Lipglass is a perfect match to the “muted, rosy-tinted pink” of Please Me Lipstick. It’s very thick and creamy and will give you nearly complete opaque coverage when worn by itself. On me, it seemed a little uneven at first but once it warmed up on my lips it looked just fine.
Ravishing: Ravishing Lipglass is about the same color as the “clean light peachy coral” Lipstick, although it has a bit deeper of an orange tone to it. Also unlike the Lipstick, Ravishing Lipglass contains some soft microshimmer particles, as you can tell from the swatch.
Razzledazzler: Razzledazzler Lipglass gives a thicker, more opaque coverage than the “light creamy coral” Lipstick does and it has a very thick, milky texture. It’s also a bit more pink than the lipstick.
Rebel: This Lipglass is a perfect match for the “midtone creamy plum” Lipstick in this set. It’s not completely opaque when worn alone and tends to look streaky at first, but once it warms up on the lips it evens out and looks quite nice.
Russian Red: Unlike all of the other Lipglasses in this collection, Russian Red is permanent. It’s a good match for the “intense bluish red” Lipstick, although it may be a hint warmer and lighter. It’s very thick and creamy and gives opaque coverage.
Saint Germain: This Lipglass isn’t quite a perfect match for the “clean pastel pink” Lipstick. Although they’re close and compliment each other well, it’s lighter, more milky in texture and not as opaque.
Snob: This Lipglass is more of a true neutral than the slightly cool toned “light neutral pink” which Snob Lipstick is, but it still leans towards the cool side. The coverage is nearly opaque but not completely. This Lipglass can settle into the lines on the lips when worn alone if applied too heavily.