While the names of the colors sound delicious, this lip color is thankfully unscented. It really is more of a lip balm that happens to be colored rather than a moisturizing lipstick. As such, the color goes onto lips quite sheer and doesn't dry off and get flaky or fade away like everyday lipstick. Revlon hit the nail on the head with the name "lip butter" - it really does feel super smooth, like butter when you put it on. The caps to Lip Butter are color coordinated to the shade, which is oddly unique for lip color but a welcome change - it makes grabbing the right shade that much easier.
Stuff We Love: Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter
The new super-smooth lip tint is a hit!
Friday, January 27th, 2012 at 2:25 pm | Vanessa Mancos
Revlon recently unveiled their latest product: Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter. The moisturizing lip color is made from a unique blend of mango, shea, and coconut butter. With twenty shades from barely-there neutrals to bold pinks and reds, and at the reasonable price of $6-$8, there is sure to be a Lip Butter tint for everyone!
A few of the shades, such as the lavender-toned "Gumdrop", baby-pink "Cupcake", and aptly-named "Peach Parfait" have a shimmery finish to them once applied but it doesn't overtake the wearer in the way that a sparkly lipgloss would. If, however, you are vehemently opposed to glitter in any form in your lip color, there are plenty of more sophisticated options as well. Our favorite shade for everyday use is the girly, natural-looking "Lollipop." For a night out, a few applications of deep reddish-pink "Rapberry Pie," or the dark red "Red Velvet" options would be perfect combined with a bit of lip-liner to finish the look.
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