I know it’s fairly shocking to say this, but up until now, I hadn’t really tried Glossier makeup. I’m a fan of some of its skincare products—the Milky Jelly Cleanser ($18) to remove makeup, the Solution ($24) as a backup replacement for my P50 Lotion, and both its Body Hero Daily Perfecting Cream ($22) as well as the Body Hero Daily Oil Wash ($18). However, I realized I hadn’t ever fully committed to testing and reviewing the makeup collection. When the brand relaunched its Gen G lipsticks in new, fancy packaging with a noteworthy reformulation, I decided it was time to give just about every other product a try if for nothing else an experiment in wearing makeup every day (I go barefaced during the week) and to give our readers what they’re looking for (Glossier is frequently at the top of our searches).
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