The Nude Bon Bon Lip Gloss line is one of Elizabeth's most popular makeup collections. Just like Maxi Bon Bon, the glosses have a brush-tip applicator, are fragrance-free and contain palmitoyl oligopeptide and jojoba oil to keep lips plump, hydrated and moisturized. They come in four work-appropriate, "nude" shades: 1 Feminine Beige, 2 Nudy-Concious, 3 Rose Happiness, and 4 Elegant Beige. Both 1 Feminie Beige and 3 Rose Happiness contain pearls while the other two glosses do not. I recently purchased 3 Rose Happiness at Donki Hote.
Rose Happiness is an attractive, dark pink-beige shade that turned out to be too light to look completely natural on my lips but would look great on those with paler lips. The gloss is very pigmented and thick with a creamy but sticky-free texture. The formula and color makes lips look plump, shiny and alluring in a still work-appropriate way. The white shimmer is so fine that it gives just a hint of a sparkle. Unfortunately, the gloss pigment does sink into and accentuate the lines and cracks in your lips so I do recommend applying a primer, cream or base before applying the gloss, to make the color look even across your lips. Wearing Maxi Bon Bon under Nude Bon Bon will also give you extra milky-looking lips and improve the lasting-power of the gloss, which is not so great. Aside from the somewhat poor lasting power, however, Nude Bon Bon Lip Gloss is a very nice gloss. And at just 630 yen (including tax), it's a steal.