It's the perfect cool/blue-toned, lavender-ish pink. I feel like if you're a Revlon lipstick junkie, this is one of the lipsticks that HAVE to be in your collection. Even though it's really lighter pink, it's not to light to the point where it makes someone with fairer skin look pale or someone with darker skin look like they have "ashy" lips. It really is a perfect pink and a good everyday shade and is very buildable. People say that this is a dupe for MAC's Creme Cup, but Creme Cup is definitely warmer than Primrose. I'd say that color-wise it was closer to MAC's Snob, the only real difference is Snob is more intense because it is a Satin finish and Primrose is a Creme finish.
This shade and Revlon's Black Cherry, are my go to vampy shades. It's really buildable depending on how dark you want to go. But in my opinion, this color looks best when FULLY applied with a heavy hand. I think this color is a great color for "mixing" other shades with. This color could be considered a dupe for MAC's Cyber or MAC's Yung Rapunxel... but not the finish. This lipstick looks very glossy and shiny on the lips. Not like the MAC lipsticks would. This looks good on all skin tones. Especially on darker skin.
ONE OF MY FAVORITE RED'S EVER. It sets so well on my lips and it goes well with my skin tone. Out of all the reds in the Super Lustrous line, I feel like this red is the MOST blue based red (which I typically go for). The other ones in the line seem to be kind of bright and orangey. But Certainly Red is darker and more bluer. Even though I feel like it's the more bluer red, it's not the bluest shade of red I'm looking for. The day Revlon Super Lustrous comes out with a more blue based red (like MAC Russian Red), will be the day I stop using this one and use that one instead.
This color has been around since the FIFTIES. It is such a gorgeous shade. It's a cult classic make up item. This lipstick gives such a "girly yet edgier" look to a simple outfit instantly. It commands attention. I would describe it as kind of a "hot raspberry" shade. The thing about this lipstick though is that it's really dupeable. There are PLENTY of shades like this around. Check out Wet n' Wild's Cherry Picking lipstick for only $1.99, or MAC's Moxie and I'm sure there are other dupes around for it. It's so pigmented and really buildable.
It's such a lovely nude for every skin tone, but I think it looks best on tan/medium to dark skin tones. I just put this right on my lips and don't use a liner, which is rare for me when I wear nudes. It's slightly pink, but only SLIGHTLY. It's mostly a beige. I think that's perfect because it's not too beige to the point where it washes you out, but it's not too pink to the point where it's not categorized as a nude lipstick. I'm not gonna lie, I have to reapply sometimes and I feel like it is a bit on the sheerer side. But it's really creamy and smooth... like most of the Super Lustrous lipsticks.
Berry Haute is my absolute favorite Revlon Super Lustrous lipstick shade. From my experience, out of all the Super Lustrous lipsticks that I have (which is a lot), this paticular shade goes on a lot smoothly than the others. The good thing about this shade is that if you apply it lightly with one swipe, it provides a good wash of color that looks completely natural... almost pinky. But if you build it up, it's true purplish-pink shade will come through. The heavier the hand, the purpler the shade. This shade will look great on all skin tones. This shade is a great dupe for MAC's Up The Amp, but Up The Amp is definitely more cooler and bluer based. Regardless, this is shade is one of my Holy Grail Revlon products.