Today I am sharing with you my collection of Revlon Lip butters. I know that the Revlon Lip Butters have been reviewed number of times in the blogging world and everyone had their own experience but I would like to share my thoughts on them so I decided I would write a quick review.
Shades Candy apple, Sweet tart, Macaroon and Lollipop are in my collection.
What product claims:
•Get soft lips
•Buttery balm with beautiful shiny colour to give you baby soft, healthy glowing lips 94% of women felt lips were softer, smoother, and instantly hydrated.
•Hydrating mango, Shea and coconut butter formula boosts lip moisture by 156%
•Pampering gel formula provides super charged hydration and glides on lips buttery smooth
•Sheer to medium colour with buttery shine
•Available in 20 luscious shades
Shade Description and Swatches of my collection:
Sweet Tart: It is a bright pink with a light glossy finish, suitable for all skin tones.
Candy apple: Candy Apple' is the only bright red shade of the Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters. I LOVE wearing red lipstick and Candy Apple is a sheer, neutral red.
Macaroon: It is a warm pink, with a bit of a pink/gold shimmer, which goes really nice with fair/medium skin .it's the perfect autumn/winter colour for me
Lollipop: Lollipop is a really gorgeous hot pink fuchsia colour with strong blue tone. The colour is really gorgeous. It feels and looks great on my lips.
Missing out the 5th ???
Swatches in different lights :
HOW TO USE:
Starting with clean, dry lips apply your favorite shade of Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter onto lips. Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter can be worn with or without Lip liner. Reapply as often as desired for softer, smoother and instantly hydrated lips!
Revlon Lip butters are very smooth and creamy. You don’t have to wear any chapstick before applying it as very rich in moisturizing. The colors are all very pretty. It easily glides smoothly on your lips. Smell is very nice .They have got a lovely shine. They are quite wearable. It's not sticky at all. I would recommend it, even though it's a little expensive. It flatters all skin tone and looks really natural. It does come off easily when you drink, but I'm fine with that because I can reapply it.
Staying power: It does not stay more than 2 to 3 hours. But leave a nice stain.
Packaging: The packaging is super cute and expensive looking. The clear window type top tells the color inside. I really love the packaging for the Revlon Color Burst Lip Butters. The tubes are so cute and the square plastic cap is made of translucent plastic that matches the shade. There is a diamond shape design (quilted design) on two sides of the cap. The black base of the twist up tube has the Revlon logo. The shade name and number can be found on a sticker on the bottom of the tube. It is sturdy too, so feel free to take your lip butter in your purse or pocket.I know a lot of people like it and I do like the idea of the casing matching each individual shade, but the quilted sides also seem a bit dated to me, but that is my opinion.
Pigmentation: It is highly pigmented.one swipe build perfect colour.
Price: £7.99 or 600 INR for 2.55gms
Pros of Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters :
•It is buttery and creamy
Very smooth in texture
•Great range of colours over 20 shades
•Pretty quilted packaging
•Glide smoothly on lips
Cons of Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters :
•Product is so creamy and soft when you wind it back in to the tube .product can get caught on the sides and become really messy.
•They come off easily on cups and glasses when drinking.
•A bit expensive
My Rating : 3.6/5
In the end, I would absolutely recommend Lip Butters Because of the smooth texture and nice pigmentation. They are very moisturising and comfortable to wear. Glides perfectly on the lips and hydrates them at the same time. I would enjoy wearing these even they stays 2-3 hours on my lips. But all shades are so pretty so definitely wants to buy it more. Overall I am very impressed with these lip butters.
I wish they could have have better lasting power and doesn't come off easily as really expensive too.
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