Sunday, March 25, 2012

Review: Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss

Product Description:

The Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss comes in a chic black, gold and clear plastic tube. Inside it, it comes with a doe foot applicator. The glossy formula by Revlon combines sheer color and intense moisture with light-reflecting spheres to create amazing shine. It also contains SPF 15. Each tube contains 0.2fl oz (5.9ml) of product.

From left to right: Coral Reef, Peach Petal, Nude Lustre, Pink Pursuit

I actually really like the texture of these lip glosses a lot. They go on smoothly and are not sticky at all. There is a slight sweet vanilla scent.

From left to right: Coral Reef, Peach Petal, Nude Lustre, Pink Pursuit

They have a good variety of colours to choose from. I find the colours to be pigmented, especially those from the Summer 2010 collection (Coral Reef, Peach Petal).

Here's what I own:
Coral Reef: A really bright, neonish-looking coral. I love how bright this is. It's a lovely shade if you like bright bold colours.
Peach Petal: A milky pale nude peach. This shade is really pale so it can make you look dead. But you can layer over other lip sticks or mix with other lip glosses to lighten the initial colour.
Nude Lustre: A neutral beige peach or maybe pink. It's kind of hard to describe such a neutral colour. But it's my MLBB colour. I think this would suit most people.
Pink Pursuit: A slightly sheer medium pink with subtle silver shimmers and glitters. The colour doesn't really appear on my pigmented lips. I'm not fond of Pink Pursuit because this particular formula stings my lips whenever I apply it. I think it's probably due to the glitters. :(

These retail for SGD$19.90 in Singapore. You can get them for US$6.99 from online stores like

Overall Thoughts:
I actually think Revlon makes the best drugstore lip glosses. I really like these Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Glosses a lot. They are my current favourites and I would highly recommend them if you like non-sticky lip glosses. I just wish they'll release more colours in Singapore.

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