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Hello Beautiful ladies!!
Today, I will be reviewing Revlon Colorburst Lipstick in the shade “Raspberry.” Revlon Colorburst lipsticks are an awesome creation of Revlon, I truly love it.
Polyester 4, Octyl dodecyl neopentanoate, Waxes, Iron oxides.
Innovative pigments provide immediate, high-pigment color release on lips with a feather light feel Moisturizers and antioxidants, including sweet almond oil, improve lip texture. Elasticolor technology hugs lips with a burst of virtually weightless color and moves comfortably with lips like a second skin. It contains film-forming polymers for longer wear and skin conditioning properties. Naturally fragrant with Vanilla Absolute and is paraben free.
My Experience with Revlon Colorburst Lipstick – Raspberry:
I have been using this lipstick for the past 5-6 months and completely bowled by this. I have many shades from this range. Raspberry shade is a bit dark pink kind of a shade. It doesn’t bleed. I just love the beautiful “Revlon” engraved on the lipstick. They are fragrance free and are completely pigmented. We have 20 shades to choose from. The lid closes nicely with a tick sound. It does not come out on its own. So. it is travel friendly. These lipsticks are neither too glossy nor matte. It is just perfect. It brightens up my face and instantly gives me the “dressed up” look.
Looks like dark pink with a little bit of shine. It’s nicely pigmented and good for evening or parties. The shade does not have any shimmer, but it is a little bit shiny. The shade is great for whitish skin and will add brightness or color to your face.
This lipstick has a nice creamy texture. It just glides on the lips. It moisturizes very well and does not settle in fine lines. I don’t need a lip balm beneath it, although I have dry lips.
Around 4 hours without eating anything or licking it. I have a serious problem of licking my lips as I feel a bit awkward after putting lipstick 🙁 I just keep on lowering the color so that nobody notices it. I know this is weird but can’t help it.
Revlon Colorburst Lipstick comes in a bullet shape with a black body and colored top. This unique packaging makes it easily distinguishable. The shade name is printed at the bottom of the lipstick. Revlon is engraved on the bullet of lipstick. The packaging is so awesome.
Pros of Revlon Colorburst Lipstick – Raspberry:
- Lipstick is quite creamy in texture.
- Keeps my lips hydrated.
- Packaging is classy.
- Fades evenly leaving a slight sheen on the lips.
- No fragrance or flavor.
- Staying power is 3 to 4 hours.
- Fades evenly.
- Leaves a pinkish tinge while fading.
- Apt for a stunning night look.
Cons of Revlon Colorburst Lipstick – Raspberry:
- I can say its a bit pricey except that there is absolutely nothing that I don’t like about these lipsticks.
Do I Recommend Revlon Colorburst Lipstick – Raspberry?
Definitely yes. I am sure you will never regret.
Will I Repurchase Revlon Colorburst Lipstick – Raspberry?
Yes! It will last pretty long. After it gets finished up, I will buy some other color in the same range or maybe this.
Revlon Colorburst Lipstick is a must buy for ladies who have dry lips. I myself have 4 shades from this range and I am planning to pick a couple of more. See you soon, till then, stay beautiful!
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