Review: Revlon Colorburst Matte & Lacquer balms

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Revlon colorburst matte and lacquer balms

There has been so much buzz around the new Revlon Colorburst balms and I jumped on that bandwagon relatively quickly, rushing out to get me a few. I didn’t expect that much to be quite honest. There are very few lip products that I really fall in love but the moment I applied these balms, I well and truly did.

I first decided to just buy the Matte balms as I absolutely loved the finish. The colours are really lovely and even though I tested all of them, I decided to buy myself Elusive, a beautiful dusty pink and Audacious, a gorgeous bright coral. What stood out most to me about these matte balms was that they weren’t drying like so many other matte lipsticks are. They were actually pretty hydrating. I’m someone who is constantly rubbing my lips together which is bad news for lipstick as it smears off quickly but both colours I bought have serious staying power and don’t budge all that easily.

Revlon colorburst matte and lacquer balms

I went back a week later to buy a laquer balm and again, tested all the colours. I swatched Provacateur, a gorgeous dark red but upon application it just didn’t look right with my complexion. However, I do think this colour would be GORGEOUS on girls with darker skin. I decided to go with Ingenue, a stunning natural brown. When it comes to lipstick with shiny finishes, I always tend to go for nude colours and this one is just beautiful. I love that I can swipe it on when I’m running out the door to make my face look more ‘finished’ but that it’s still completely natural looking.

I think it’s safe to say that I am quite obsessed with these lip colours. Crayon lipsticks are not new by any means but I still love the playfulness of them and find them so easy to apply. I love Revlon’s packaging and I think they are completely affordable at around R120 a pop. Have you tried them?

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