Enriched with oils, I found the Maxi shines to be surprisingly light, non sticky and moisturising on the lips. With 20 shades to choose from, the colours are quite varied in terms of their pigmentation and coverage, although they all have the same classic rose petal scent.
Guerlain maxi shine in Candy strip, Rouge shebam and Prune zip
The three shades that I have are 468 Candy strip, 420 Rouge shebam and 471 Prune zip. Of the three, Candy strip was the most pigmented, and with it's pinky coral tones, perfect as an everyday lipgloss. In fact it's been my go to lip colour these last few weeks.
Rouge shebam (a classic red) and Prune zip (a hot bubblegum pink) on the other hand give more of a subtle tint, although both can be layered up for a more intense look.
Longevity wise, the Maxi shines lasted for around 4 hours before wearing off. What really impressed me though, was just how moisturising they all were. In fact, they could up have easily doubled up as a lip balm too. Definitely one to check out if you want something that's light and non sticky, yet still super moisturising and long lasting on the lips.
Guerlain maxi shine lipgloss, RRP £22, available instores and online at Selfridges.com
Have you tried any of the new Guerlain maxi shines? What are your favourite lip colours?