Though I've known of their availability for some time now, I hadn't yet sprung to purchase a Korres Lip Butter Glaze. These Lip Butters in a tube have essentially the same texture as their potted cousins, yet the packaging makes hygienic on the go application possible.
I purchased the shade Crocus after hearing Nikki Roth rave about the color. I enjoy subtle purple hues and the nature of this product ensured that it would be transparent and easy to wear on a day to day basis. Though it's already late fall the name and color remind me of early spring: there's something Easter egg like about the rich pink toned purple.
Because my lips are relatively pigmented, the purple glaze on top makes for a very unique but natural shade of fuchsia. Once applied Crocus reminds me a bit of my favorite item from the MAC Venomous Villains collection: a lip glass in the shade Revenge is Sweet.
(Left to right): Korres Lip Butter Glaze in Crocus swatched heavily, blended
Though slightly different from the original incarnation, Korres Lip Butter Glazes are a lovely alternative that give moisturizing your pout a sophisticated lip gloss twist! Almost all the original potted colors are available as Glazes with the addition of Crocus and Laurel. Slightly more expensive at USD $14 rather than USD $12 in the pot, the hygenic factor may make you want to spend the extra $2!
Have you tried any of Korres Lip Butter Glazes? What shade is your favorite?