Bonne Bell does have lots of good lip glosses (and they're cheap, too!). I like the "Lip Frosting" flavors...those are pretty yummy.
I hate to admit this, but the Mary-Kate and Ashley makeup line at Wal-Mart is pretty good quality. The Pink Lemonade roll-on lip gloss is a fave of mine.
Bath & Body Works' "Tutti Dolci" line of products includes lip glosses. A little pricier, but the Angel Food Cake one is delicious.
The Body Shop's Born Lippy balms aren't bad either. The raspberry, key lime and mango-peach ones are my favorites there. Also a little on the pricey side, but well worth it for the fruity flavors and the fact they're really moisturizing.
Revlon's Color Juice is great, too, but doesn't have much "flavor" to speak of. The Raspberry one tastes/smells kinda weird...almost like a chemical/burny smell. I love the color, though.
I'm not sure if Bath & Body Works carries their "Art Stuff" line for younger girls anymore, but the "Cherry Chuckle" lip gloss was really good, plus it came in a little container that looks like a paint bucket. I finally had to throw mine out, but it hurt to do it, because it was just so CUTE.
Anyway. Can you tell I'm a freak for lip gloss?
I hope that when the world comes to an end, I can breathe a sigh of relief, because there will be so much to look forward to.
Burts bee's lightly tinted is AWESOME- best color I have seen in a tinted lip balm- not sticky at all- and a bargain at 4 bucks.
I always use the lip shimmers - especially at home where I don't usually do make-up, but I have to use lip balm of some sort. The colors are nice - I like :
Coffee - A rich, roasted brown. Merlot - A luscious, deep burgundy. Nutmeg - A sparkling, golden bronze. Raisin - A luxurious, earthy red. Rhubarb - a warm, golden pink. Watermelon - A juicy, silver pink.
I guess that is all but one. Well, what can I say? They're good.