I hope you had a lovely and delicious Christmas! Are you ready for NYE already? Well, I am sure you have heard of the ColorBurst Lip Butters by Revlon! I bought three pretty ones such a long time ago. I love the shades and I wear them often if I just want to add some color to my lips quickly before rushing to school. Find out why!
I am a big fan of the Revlon Lip Butters, so I have been meaning to share them with you for quite some time now. Because things have been taking too long, I have decided to display them all at once. This way you can compare them better as well! Moreover, the winter has started and it is the right time to be wearing these gorgeous lip butters, because they give off a beautiful and highly-pigmented colors and keep your lips soft and smooth! The lip butters come in silver platinum-like tubes and tops are in the color of the lipstick shade. I think it looks both classy and fun.. perfect for us ladies!
The ColorBurst Lip Butters were very popular in other countries, but they are still somewhat hard to find over here. Luckily, Inno does offer products by Revlon so you can find several colors, though whenever I am there most of them are sold out or already used (ew). They are super moisturizing and buttery, which makes sense because they contain coconut oil, shea butter and other buttery products! I bought three shades: Lollipop, Raspberry Pie and Candy Apple.
I mean, the buttery texture shows clearly in the swatches above, especially in Candy Apple. It is basically a lip balm with a lot of pigment! Lollipop gives off the least pigment and is a soft pink shade. I really like the name, because it matches well. It is like those pink lollipops or chewing gums that I used to have as a little girl. So playful! Raspberry Pie is a deeper pink with a bit of purple in there and gives off so much pigment, just wow! Candy Apple seems like your typical red lip color, but because it is a lip butter it has such a softness to it. There is an amount of sheerness to these shades, but with just one layer you get an amazing amount of pigment as well. Because they are so moisturizing they are great to wear during the summer, but even better during the winter when you need that extra hydration.
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The only real downside to the ColorBurst Lip Butters by Revlon is the longevity. They only last for a couple of hours if you do not eat anything or barely drink something. So you really need to keep your lip butter near you to add more when required. I am not sure anymore how much they are per lip butter, but they have to be about €10, because I doubt I would have paid a whole lot more. What do you think of the ColorBurst Lip Butters? Which one do you like the most?