Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Lover's Coral - Revlon Super Lustrous Shine Lipstick

Lover's Coral was an overdue review from a summer purchase. I will spare you the lengthy review since the formula is identical to the other two Super Lustrous Shine lipsticks I have purchased (sheer, thin, glossy, hydrating and free of scent).
The Color itself is pretty generic coral that doesn't lean too orange or pink (It kind of looks like the stick form of Coral Reef gloss that has been discontinued, just a lot sheerer), the shade is nothing exciting (all the previous Revlon Coral/Orange have been unique and flattering in their own ways, this one was a bit of a deja-vu) but it's easy to wear and rather flattering.

Mac Ever Hip, Lover's Coral, Peach Silk (Revlon Moon Drop) and Siren (Super Lustrous)

Revlon Super Lustrous Shine Lipstick Lover's Coral on a good lips day (take it in the morning with direct-but-soft sunlight). The color does build up with several layers even though the opacity doesn't. The lipstick stays comfortable and glossy for 1-2 hours then starts to dry up and fade in the third.

Overall: Even though the shade is nothing new, it has a nice balance of flattering color (my favorite out of the three) and a comfortable wear. This probably ranks around the same level as other Revlon coral/orange lipsticks. The colors of the rest are prettier but their formula tend to be waxy (Super Lustrous and Moon Drop), slippery (lip butter in Tutti Frutti) or drying (Balm Stain in Rendezvous).

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