Millennials and Gen Zers will love the return of this cult ’00s beauty product

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The year is 2000. Jennifer Lopez has literally stopped the world in her iconic Grammys Versace dress (which inspired the creation of Google Images), Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston got married (whew), Destiny’s Child released “Say My Name” without Letoya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson and Blockbuster turned down a chance to acquire Netflix (before filing for bankruptcy 10 years later). Ah, 2000 was a busy time.

The ’00s were definitely a magical era, but beauty lovers like me specifically remember when Lancôme launched its Juicy Tubes, a gloss you could wear alone or on top of your favorite lippie. Well, the brand has officially announced the return of the cult beauty product just in time for its 20th anniversary.

Shop: Juicy Tube, $16 (Orig. $20)

Credit: Lancôme

Available now at Lancôme and Sephora, the Juicy Tubes are available for $16-$20 and mirror their beauty ancestors with a tube-tip applicator that makes it easy to apply.

Showing off the product with a ’00s-inspired video that’s received more than 32,000 views, Lancôme sure knows how to get the millennial and Gen Z crowds excited.

The product is offered in three finishes — sparkle, creamy and jelly, and come in scented flavors like Cupcake, Dreamsicle and Raspberry Cool. Altogether, there are 20 shades that you can shop right from the comfort of your own home.

With already 6,000 loves on Sephora, it’s clear that customers are excited about the lip gloss’s return. “I love that they brought these lip glosses back because it brings back memories of those wonderful scents,” wrote one reviewer. “It’s not sticky but provides shimmer that I enjoy.”

While many shoppers are excited to get their hands on the gloss, others are not necessarily fans of the formulation. “When I tried on the Marshmallow Electro light pink shimmer shade, it just was not doing it for me,” another reviewer mentioned. “The formula is still left in the 2000s which falls flat in comparison to more modern iterations of tube gloss and gloss in general.”

Nonetheless, go on and grab your product so you can relive the days of Juicy Couture tracksuits and Tiffany & Co. bracelets. What a time.

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