|Raspberry Pie 010 (left) and Lollipop 075 (right)|
What it is: Revlon Lip Butter's are described as "buttery balms" that deliver a shiny color finish. There are 20 available shades, and depending on the shade you will get sheer to medium color payoff.
Packaging: If you are familiar with Revlon Colorburst lipsticks you will notice the similarities those have with this new formula. The lip butters are packaged in a plastic case with a quilted diamond pattern at the front and back.
Verdict: Being a fan of the lip products Revlon provides, I was not surprised that their new lip butters were going to become a great hit. The product is opaque giving close to full coverage with just one swipe. However, I am sure that depending on the color you pick up the pigmentation will vary. As far as moisturizing, they are not particularly moisturizing but do not dry out my lips after wearing them consecutively for a couple days. I have seen this type of tinted lip balm formula come out from other brands. This year Chanel came out with Rouge Coco shines, which is a sheer lipstick formula. Revlon lip butters are somewhat similar, although more opaque and with a heavier feel on the lips. Chanel Coco Shines are glossy and weightless and last no more than 2 hours. With the two lip butters I picked up, I got about 3 hours of wear. Overall, I am loving these lip butters and look forward to get my hands on Pink Truffle.
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|Lollipop (left) and Raspberry Pie (right)|
|Revlon Lip Butter in Lollipop on lips|
|Raspberry Pie in natural light|