Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago – Swatches, Pics, Review

Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago
I received Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago in one of my monthly sample subscription boxes. It looks like the Classic Lip Gloss has been reformulated and repackaged and that their new blu_ray Lip Gloss is now packaged in this Time Strip Technology packaging. There is a strip you insert in the end of the cap and it keeps track of how long you have been using your lip gloss. I think it’s kind of silly because I would never throw out a lipgloss after only 9 months if there was nothing wrong with it but it is a neat idea. I found the packaging of this gloss fairly bulky as well.

The colour is lovely. I coral pink with very, very fine gold shimmer. The effect is a sheer wash of colour to slightly brighten your lips. It is completely non sticky and light and because of this not terribly long lasting but very comfortable. 

Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago
Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago
Cargo Classic Lip Gloss in Tobago
  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03138055841613030831 Crystal

    I love the shimmer in this gloss! So pretty!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17473677306447704384 Leticia

    This is a pretty, wearable shade for everyday. :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10425371234451757261 Tracy@Beauty Reflections

    Pretty on you Christa!! Does Cargo still make those lips gloss tins? I used to love those.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04956589473746826455 meredith

    I have some of these and love them!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03217635316001294794 Rochelle

    Expiration strips in your make-up… what a funny idea. I understand not keeping things to the point that they go bad, but I agree that this is a little funny. I’ve certainly never seen it before!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03947051674736693304 OPI Addict

    Neat idea! But like you I wouldn’t throw it out after only 9 months!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04162541652274606590 Claire@Eyelining

    Gorgeous gloss but I’m more intrigued by this expiration tracker thingy. Although I’m completely with you on keeping my glosses longer than 9 months (until they go funky…) it’s certainly a novel idea!