Once again, I find myself writing about a product that I’ve been loving for ages, and just never thought to mention here on the blog. Unfortunately, I waited too long – I have information from an excellent source that the Retrodiva Holy Grail Monster Lipgloss by Femme Couture will be discontinued very, very soon at Sally Beauty.¬†

The formula is definitely glossy – high shine and plenty of sparkle. In fact, I think this might be a good dupe (I say this loosely, MAC fangirls – don’t flog me) for Dazzleglass. The tinted gloss has plenty of light reflecting glitter particles, and the formula is thick without being annoying. I love this gloss, and the price is as brilliant as the gloss itself – it sets me back a whopping $6.29. Once, I even caught them on a BOGO sale, which made me inordinately happy.

Then, while looking over the Femme Couture selection, I noticed that the glosses weren’t in the display, and in fact, the whole display was gone. Fighting panic, I asked the associate where they were keeping them, and she pointed to a small plexiglass bin with a handful of various shades. ¬†Whaaat? No way! So I asked her if they were being discontinued, and she said yes, even though she knows they sell through really well. I immediately grabbed one of everything, and while ringing up I was given a cute fuchsia clutch as a gift with purchase.

People, you need to at least check these glosses out, before they are gone. Trust me on this – if you like a moisturizing, shiny, flashy gloss, this one is for you. It has a huge doe foot applicator (much bigger than your typical applicator), and did I mention it was pretty long-lasting for a gloss? I probably did.

Get them before they are gone!

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