Some Summer Lippies from Revlon


Hi guys, hope your weekdays went well and now enjoying a cup of coffee or having a nice Saturday errands! This is a continuation of my post last Wednesday because I'm reviewing lip products (again lol). I think I'm in a hoarding lip products phase right now and here's another two that I recently bought from the drugstore:

Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Rendevous - I was looking for an orange tone lip product and I think this one fits the bill. It's not too orange therefore it's very wearable. You can also build up the intensity of the color on your lips, one swipe is good enough but you can make it bolder as you wish. It's very long lasting and it doesn't dry out the lips. It also has this minty smell that I really like. I simply love this product, I plan to get more in other colours (don't I say this with all the  make-up I love? lol If only I have more extra spare cash). For $8 CAD, this is a steal!

Revlon Lip Butter in Peach Parfait - A peachy pink lipstick is what I need for the summer but this one is a tad too sheer for my liking, it's quite similar to my MAC's Viva Glam V. I own few Revlon lip butters and the formula of this one is weird compared to others.This lipstick has shimmer and it feels a little gritty/sandy. My lips are left with shimmers and not a stain when this lipstick fades away. I'm not really particularly happy with this product but it's not something terrible. It can add an extra oomph into your look, it's nice to pair with a heavy eye make-up. I got this on sale for $5.99 CAD, thank goodness.

Here's some swatches: Rendevous (left) and Peach Parfait (right)





































What are your favorite lipsticks from the drugstore? It's nice to find some products that are so affordable but good quality. This is it for now, hope you guys have a nice weekend!


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