Dazzling Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter: Best Product To Use
Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter had a short while back, and they live up to their name. For what amounts to a tinted lip balm they do pack a nice punch of color and feel luxuriously moist.
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The line comes in 20 tasty colors, and with names like Fuller Fig, Creamsicle, Lollipop and Cherry Tart, they are designed to appeal to the senses. And while the names sound tasty they really have very little to no flavor — depending on how sensitive you are. Applying them they feel most like a Revlon lipstick, and the color, while not as strong, is pretty impressive.
The packaging implies cushy luxury, with the plastic imprint being quilt-like and somewhat matte in texture. The product doesn’t apply in a matte finish, however. Slick some on and it’s more glossy and juicy in appearance.
Most seem to be more satiny-glossy in texture, but at least one — Peach Parfait — is very shimmery and sparkly. Too sparkly for my tastes, in fact, though the color is pretty. Calling them lip butter is apt since they do feel buttery on the lips.
Product Review: Dazzling Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter
I bought them in Pink Truffle, Fig Jam, and Red Velvet. The Pink Truffle is a pinky beige shade; Fig Jam is more brown-red with a touch of purple, and Red Velvet is a red-brown. Shades run from very pale — the icy pink Sugar Frosting; warm (the orange Tutti Frutti); borderline lilac (Gumdrop); hot pink (Lollipop); and bright red (Candy Apple and Cherry Tart.) Those three are more satiny, with no sparkle, and I’m loving them.
They last a decent amount of time, too, though if you’re a heavy-duty coffee drinker, for example, you’ll be applying more often the lip balm.
One thing people may not like is that these have no SPF, so if you’re using them to protect your kisser from the sun, it’s advisable to apply something before putting on these lip butter.
Prices are decent — in the $6 to $8 range, depending on where you shop. Drugstores often have bought one get one half-off deal, and of course, a place like Walmart or Target will usually sell them cheaper than the corner drug store — with or without a sale.