Revlon ColorBurst Lip gloss for lips that shine with killer color. This weightless gloss makes lips pop with 5X more shine than patent leather
Revlon’s Holiday 2012 Collection–All That Glitters–includes three new, limited-edition shades of ColorBurst Lipgloss: Tinsel Town Hollywood, All That Glitters and Brilliant Bordeaux.
This post reviews the color Brilliant Bordeaux, which is a rose-based caramel color with pink and silver pearlized pigments.
If you’d like to see photos and swatches of all three (3) colors, please see this post.
Revlon’s ColorBurst Lipglosses come in clear, rectangular, plastic tubes. The twist-off handle is connected to a pinched, doe-foot applicator.
The formula for this gloss is pretty thin but not watery. It’s not entirely slick, but it’s not sticky either. It has some emollience and brings a little bit of moisture to the lips.
Brilliant Bordeaux is a beautifully neutral shades that gets its uniqueness from the fusion of pink and brown tones and small, pearlescent particles. The lipgloss feels smooth on the lips and you don’t feel any gritty texture.
The gloss lasts about two and a half (2.5) hours on my lips before I want to re-apply. The gloss also is not transfer-resistant, so it will get on anything your lips touch (cups, straws, significant others, etc.)
Ease of Use: 9.5/10
This gloss glides over the skin without noticeable tugging.
I purchased my gloss for around around $9.00. The gloss contains 0.2 ounces (5.9 ml). This is an average amount of product for a gloss and a slightly higher than average price-point.
This sample was provided for consideration purposes by the brand or a PR company. Reviews are always honest and never paid for.