Name: Super Lustrous Lipgloss in Coral Reef and Pink Pop
From Revlon’s website:
Silky…Sexy…Brilliant. Glossy formula combines sheer color and intense moisture with light-reflecting spheres to create amazing shine.
What I liked:
– semi-opaque colour payoff
– very shiny finish
– lovely formula, creamy, not-sticky and fairly moisturizing
– elegant packaging
– the price
What I didn’t like:
– average staying power
When the lovely Janessa, one of my very loyal readers (thanks hun!), sent me two Revlon Super Lustrous Lipglosses, I was firstly impressed by how elegant the packaging looks. The simple see-through tube has a black cap decorated with a gold accent that makes it look expensive. And the product inside is top notch too. Let’s see which shades I’ve received, shall we?
Coral Reef is an orangey coral that would suit most complexions. Pink Pop, instead, is a cool, bright, almost neon, fuchsia that’s surprisingly very easy to wear. Both shades are very smooth and creamy and with no shimmers or sparkles, but still have a very glossy and shiny finish. They’re also semi-opaque, providing a nice pop of colour to your lips without being neither too bold nor too understated. And the standard doe foot applicator makes them easy to apply.
The glosses don’t feel neither sticky nor heavy on the lips. Instead, they’re very comfortable on and fairly moisturizing. And they smell just like vanilla ice cream. However, staying power is only average. After a couple of hours, less if you eat, it’s time to reapply them again. That’s how long most lip products last on me anyway, so I can’t say I’m too disappointed.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipglosses in Coral Reef and Pink Pop have semi-opaque colour payoff and a very shiny finish.The texture is lightweight, creamy and fairly moisturizing, but sadly fades after only a couple of hours.