Kaja Lip Gloss Review | At first glance, my complimentary gift seemed like it could be from an unknown local brand because I had never heard of Kaja before. However, after some googling, I learned that “Kaja” is actually a well-known Korean brand, and the name itself means “Let’s Go.” This is my second lip product from a Korean brand after the Peripera ink velvet lip tint.
The shade I have with me is ‘Be Mine’ which is pretty bright pink shade. Scroll down to know more about this lip gloss.
A heart-shaped gloss stick that combines nourishing lip oils for a rich, melt-on formula that delivers high-shine, conditioning colour.
Enjoy a hint of colour, the shine of a gloss, and the nourishing benefits of a balm, all-in-one. Infused with vitamin-rich argan and plum seed oils, this non-sticky formula melts upon application, leaving lips moisturized with a high-shine finish. The heart-shaped applicator fits in the Cupid’s bow for effortless application. Dispense the perfect amount every time—click twice for best application results.
This lip product has nourishing ingredients, a smooth non-sticky texture, gives high shine, and comes with a heart-shaped applicator for precise use.
Argan & Plum Seed Oil: Soothes and softens lips. I tried to find the complete list of ingredients, but the brand’s website hasn’t disclosed it, which I find concerning.
1.4g – 1390rs | Sale – 900rs
I received this as a complimentary gift from Purplle when I purchased the Purito daily go-to sunscreen.
The shade that I have is ‘Be Mine’. It is a very pretty bright pink shade that looks very natural on me. This product doesn’t provide full coverage but still looks good on my pigmented lips. This particular shade will suit most skin tones. There are a total of nine shades available in this range. So there is definitely one for every skin tone.
- Too hot – flirty cherry red.
- Sweet talk – playful bubble gum pink
- Crazy 4u – soft rosy mauve
- Be mine – punchy fuchsia berry
- Hunny bun – peppy pink nude
- Wink wink – sweet shimmering cotton candy pink
- Let’s chill – cool muted rose
- So fine – blushing cinnamon
- Crush hard – perfect mauvy pink
The product comes with an adorable heart-shaped applicator, though applying it can be a bit tricky if you have fuller lips. Also, You need to click multiple times to get the product out. Some may find the pen-like design annoying, but I personally liked it a lot. The only issue with this packaging is that I can’t tell how much product is remaining.
The Kaja lip gloss stick has a good buttery formula, great colour payoff and lasts a decent amount of time. The colour is very beautiful and easy to build up. If you have dry or chapped lips, this might not provide the level of moisture you’re looking for. When used on its own, it does leave my lips feeling dry within an hour of wearing it.
The glosses are pigmented and leave a stain when they fade. It does not settle into my fine lines or accentuate them. These lip glosses are moderately hydrating and feel light on the lips. They do have a subtle fruity scent and lasts a couple of hours.
KAJA LIP GLOSS SWATCH
The Kaja lip gloss stick feels more like a lip balm rather than a gloss. It does have a natural shiny finish and leaves a mild stain behind.
Easy to apply
Natural shiny finish
Good colour payoff
Lasts for a couple of hours
9 shades available
If you have dry chapped lips, this may not be moisturising enough for you.
Price is high for a lip gloss.
RATING – 4/5😇
Despite the cons, I really enjoyed using this product. I loved its cutesy design, vibrant colour and how it looked on me. This has been my go-to product since I got my hands on this. Hope you find my Kaja lip gloss review helpful.