Le Metier de Beaute has two formulas of lipgloss: Sheer Brilliance ($32) and Lip Creme ($36).
I don’t yet own (so I haven’t yet tried on) a Lip Creme, but in addition to being a more opaque formula, they seem somewhat thicker. Some of them are scented, but the ones that are don’t all have the same scent. I’m going to have to go back and sniff these one-by-one. They have a doe’s foot applicator.
The three shades with asterisks are exclusive to Neiman Marcus Northpark (in Dallas) — but I thought I might as well swatch them, too.
Creme de la Creme is is pink-beige. Cafe Creme is mauve with tiny sparkles. Creme Caramel is shimmery/frosty metallic-rose-mauve. Toffee Creme is very sparkly red-copper-brown. Chocolate Creme is shimmery/frosty warm red-brown. Cocoa Creme is warm hot-cocoa brown with big dense sparkles. Vanilla Rose is warm white-pink. Sweet Creme (which seems to be the popular favorite) is slightly cooler, sheer lilacked pink. Emily’s Kisses (a Northpark shade) is opaque bubblegum/Susan B. Komen pink. Sweet Abigail (a Northpark shade) is shimmery/frosty flamingo pink. Peche Creme is a gently sparkly peach (the sparkles are subtle and tiny). Papaye Creme is a deeper, more orange peach with tiny, dense gold sparkles. Fraise Creme is shimmery/frosty warm rose-red with dense gold sparkles. Framboise Creme is shimmery/frosty violet-rose with dense gold sparkles. Hot Mamma (a Northpark shade) is red-brown chocolate with tiny, subtle gold sparkles.