Sponsored: SHAKE! SHAKE SHAKE! I received two Lancome Juicy Shakers to review: Mint To Be (400) & Meli Melon (301). They are pigmented infused lip oils. Have you tried lip oil? I haven't. We have oils for our face & body. We have oils for our hair. Why not an oil for the lips? Well, Lancome went back into their makeup archives for this recipe (see video below). They used a 1945 cocktail shaker lipstick + juicy tubes from the 90's (i remember those) and came up with this concept (Juicy Shaker). Let's first talk packaging. Cocktails anyone? The product (lip oil + tint) is housed in what mimics to be a cocktail shaker. IT'S VERY CUTE! Every time I look at it, I want to repeat the James Bond saying, "shaken, not stirred". To activate it (because the pigment and oil separates), you MUST shake it! And I mean shake vigorously! After shaking it, twist off the cap. The cap has a very soft and may I add lip-friendly (feels good to the lips) sponge. Apply it to your lips and VOILA...you're done. Now, expectations! Will you like this? It depends on what YOU are looking for! This is not a lip balm. This is not a lip gloss. This is an OIL. So it's going to feel slightly heavier on the lips. The oil is very moisturizing to the lips (while ON), but once it wears off ... don't expect the moisture to stay or for your lips to remain moisturized. The moisture your lips receive is TEMPORARY (only for a couple of hours ... not all day). I've been using these for a week and another thing you can't expect is long-term nourishment for your lips. It's not a long-term treatment for lips in my opinion (Like the Fresh Advanced Therapy treatment lip balm). Lancome states, it's "A Perfect Cocktail Of Nourishing Oils": Apricot Oil (hydrating), Rose De Muscat Oil (soothing), Cranberry Oil (Antioxidants), Peach Oil (softening) and Sweet Almond Oil (nourishing). All of that is great, but it doesn't last :S Now, the color payoff! There are over 20 shades! The two I received only gave me a wash of color. Mint To Be (blue) was a tinge of blue (thank God) with a little sparkle. Meli Melon was a light coral color. These two shades were sheer in color, but there are other shades that will give you more color (from what I've seen on the web). Scent is another thing to consider. Meli Melon has a distinct & delightful watermelon scent. Mint To Be has a faint mint scent (nothing extraordinary in my opinion). At $21 each, I was expecting more. They're good, but they're not great! If you're a makeup collector, like me you'll love it for the packaging, scent and temporary moisture. If you're looking for long-term moisturized lips or treatment for dry lips you'll be disappointed. Expect to reapply every couple of hours. It seems some are better than others. All in all, they've gotten great reviews! But this was my experience. I just don't want you to spend a lot of money and expect the world from this. There is one called Piece of Cake that I'm interested in (name), but I will have to go to the store to get an idea of the scent. Those are my thoughts!