You can see the shimmer in the glosses clearly in this bottom picture. Chiquita barely has any while Lolita and Spicy Nude have a decent amount. Lolita has a golden/orange shimmer that is very complimentary to its base coral shade and Spicy Nude has a gorgeous silver/beige shimmer.
Something that often bother me with glosses is smell. I cannot stand NYX lip glosses' smell. I absolutely hate NARS lipglosses' smell. I have a hard time with MAC glosses. These do not smell of anything.
I'm not a massive gloss wearer so these are a bit of a novelty. I own maybe 5-6 glosses, all of which I never wear so my review should not be held to very high gloss standards. However, for a lip gloss you find at a drugstore, in Canada no less, this is as good as it gets.
From top to bottom: Spicy Nude, Lolita, Chiquita.
My favorite is definitely Lolita. I bought this shade on a whim one day because I was at my boyfriends' place and had not much makeup with me. We were going out to meet some friends and I thought, eh, why the heck not, a nice coral shade might be nice for spring! I was surprised to see that it was pigmented and quite flattering on me. Even better, it didn't feel sticky at all - it feels pretty much exactly how my Aquaphor feels when I've applied a bit too much. Basically, a smooth petroleum jelly feel - in a good way! As far a drugstore glosses go, Revlon is MUCH stickier than these. I cannot comment on how sticky Marcelle's regular glosses though as I do not own any of them. These are from their Lux Creme line, their regular line is simply called Lux. I also found that when the glosses wore off, it didn't leave any residues on my lips - they felt moisturized and content. The wear time was decent for a lip gloss (a couple hours) and it did not stain my lips.
I recommend you swatch these before you pick a color. I did find some shades were less pigmented than others. Like me, you might find a shade you absolutely adore (Lolita, I love you)! They did have quite a nice selection of colors available - I had a hard time picking! They retail for $9.95 in Canada and are available at Shoppers Drug Mart around the country.
Have you tried any Marcelle glosses? What's your take on them?