I’m sure there is no need to introduce these cute and awesome lipsticks. I think they are one of the most popular products from Revlon. It’s such a shame that they don’t sell the whole range of Revlon here in Belgium because they are one of my favourite cheaper brands. The packaging is pretty and the quality is great too! You can find Revlon in Inno stores and Planet Parfum. Next on the list from Revlon is some nail polishes for me (yeah like I don’t already have enough!).
Revlon lip butters come in a cute quilted plastic case and they are in the colour that they carry (which is super convenient!). The tip is slanted and is great for easy applying. They contain 2.55 gram of product and go for 10.5o euro. They have a very faint smell of vanilla but you can’t really smell it once on the lips. Revlon brought out just a part of the Colorburst Lip Butter line here. Lip Butters are supposed to be sheer and shiny and buttery. Some of the shades contain glitter while others don’t.
Candy Apple is a medium orange toned red without any shimmers or glitters. It’s slightly on the warmer side because of the orange. It goes on even and really well pigmented without being full on pigmented. The finish is shiny. Depending on your skin tone it can look more red or orange. I love this shade because it’s very wearable. The shade is not too dark so you can wear it with a bit of a heavier eye look without looking like a hot mess. The name is actually really well chosen, it really is a apple red and it reminds me of autumn. That’s why I love it so much now!
Tup it’s another winner for me. These Lip Butters are easy to apply, they feel so good on the lips and they are really well pigmented for being sheer lip colours. The only downside is the wear time, it’s because of the slip. Luckily these lipsticks don’t require a lot of precision to apply. Candy Apple is a big hit for me, it’s an unique shade in my collection strangely enough.