Most of the Revlon lip products get a good review from me, but this one is an exception. I bought these in three different shades and this particular shade I had first tried, even though I am not a huge fan of gloss finish lip products. Continue reading to know more about this lip beauty.
3 new shades to love. Color + moisture rich shine that works overtime. Color with no touch ups needed. Moisturizing, glossy topcoat with chamomile and soy extract. Available in 26 shades.
- Dual ended lip color + moisturizing glossy top coat.
- All day lip color and coverage.
- Color won’t feather or bleed.
My Take on Revlon Colorstay Overtime Constantly Coral Lip Color:
Most of the lip glosses that I have come in normal packaging, but this one is two-sided lip color with colored gloss on one end and clear gloss at the other end. It’s a thin, long, test tube-like packaging – skinny long tube with black, solid middle, colored gloss at one end and transparent gloss at the other. A doe-foot applicator is provided to apply colored gloss and a paint brush like tiny applicator to apply clear gloss. It’s a good packaging, cannot be carried around in the pocket, but definitely in the purse and one gets two products in one tube.
Texture: It is very creamy and smooth to apply, but not too thick or tacky. It has a pretty water shine finish which I prefer over cream shine. Clear gloss adds more shine to the color; however, I would have preferred matte color because shiny product at both ends is redundant.
Color: An amalgamation of red and orange with cream shine finish and clear gloss.
Pigmentation: Lip glosses don’t have good pigmentation, it’s not mentioned as part of their product description, so I wouldn’t complain about it either. I wear a red lip liner underneath to cover my dark lips and get a more neat finish.
Shimmer and Shine: Colored gloss has a cream finish and clear gloss has a shine finish. Again, I repeat it would have been better if colored gloss would have been a matte finish product like Colorbar double-sided lip gloss.
Fragrance: The product has a sweet fragrance – can’t pin point to a particular flavor.
Staying Power: Decent staying power like most lip gloss which is 2 to 3 hours and then re-application is required, but I don’t mind that since that is the case with most of the lip glosses.
I am happy with this product and like the final look; it is not very expensive and one gets two glosses in price of one.
Pros of Revlon Colorstay Overtime Constantly Coral Lip Color:
- Two-in-one packaging, saves space, easy to carry and store.
- Ideal shade for all types of skin tones.
- Available in 26 shades.
- Good pigmentation.
- Gives a good glass finish.
- Easily available in India or online.
- Colored gloss has cream finish and clear gloss has glass finish.
- Small quantity goes a long way.
- Stays for at least 2 to 3 hours and more.
- Easy on pocket.
- Tube contains decent amount of product.
Cons of Revlon Colorstay Overtime Constantly Coral Lip Color:
- Does not cover pigmented lips.
- Colored glosses should have been matte.
Would I Repurchase Revlon Colorstay Overtime Constantly Coral Lip Color?
Not this shade because I like to try new products all the time, but would try out other shades from this range.
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