Glossier Vinylic Lip NEW SHADES: Genius and Driver

Packaging of Glossier Vinylic Lipstick in the classic pink pouch

Last year Glossier launched a more colourful cousin to it’s no-makeup makeup line called Glossier Play. One of the products in this collection is the Vinylic Lip which is a creme gloss formula that can apply sheer or be built up for a more opaque and vibrant look. The brand describes it as liner, lipstick, and lipgloss in one! It originally launched in 6 shades, however they have added 2 new shades today: Genius, a peachy blush and Driver a brick red.

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Swatches of Glossier Vinylic Lip in driver and genius

The formula is glossy and nourishing. It feels comfortable on the lips and manages to stay put beyond my expectations of a product like this. It has a fun click-to-release applicator that pushes product up through the doe-foot shaped head for comfort and precision. While it claims a high-shine gloss, it has more of a creme luster finish than a true gloss. That being said, I love how it looks and prefer it to Glossier’s other lipstick offering, Generation G. See video below for swatches and a demonstration of the new shades Genius and Driver.

Glossier Play Vinylic Lip (L to R): Disco, Genius, Casino, Blow-Up, Pony, Baby, Bank, Driver.

Vinylic Lip is available in the following shades:
Genius – a blush peach *new*
Driver – a brick red *new*
Pony – a dark taupe
Baby – a siren red
Blow-Up – a candy pink
Casino – a brilliant orange
Disco – a terracotta
Bank – a rich plum

Glossier Vinylic Lip swatches and try-on in Genius and Driver

Shop the Glossier Vinylic Lip collection here and save 10% on your purchase.

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