This product is every bit as good as Christine says. I tried it on, expecting it to not to really suit my warmer undertones, but it is SO VIBRANT, it doesn’t matter. It just glows.
It is SO pigmented – it’s like a liquid lipstick. It’s hydrating. It’s one of the most non-sticky lipglosses I’ve tried (it’s noticeably less sticky than Bobbi Brown High Shimmer Lipgloss, for example).
Usually I avoid drugstore lip products, because artificial scents give me headaches (I cannot wear the Super Lustrous Lipgloss formula due to the scent). I don’t love the “scent” on this formula, which is somewhat artifical and plastic-y, but (to me) it’s unobtrusive, and not noticeable during wear.
One downside – it does bleed a tiny amount on me, but that’s par for the course (for me) with highly pigmented, more “moveable” lip products.
Overall: It truly is one of the absolute best lip products I’ve ever used. And from REVLON. Not a high end, or a mid end brand. A drugstore brand.
Buy it, buy it NOW.
5 stars. Worth every single star.
Revlon Adorned Colorburst Lipgloss ($7.49 for 0.20 fl. oz.) is a vibrant, bright fuchsia-red with cool, blue undertones and fuchsia shimmer. It’s incredibly pigmented with rich, full color coverage in a single pass. It lasted for five hours and was moderately hydrating when worn. This is one of the best glosses I’ve ever come across–it is spectacularly pigmented, wears well, and is comfortable to wear to boot. Burberry Pink Sweet Pea (LE, $27.00) is more muted. Estee Lauder Violet Rain (LE, $22.50) is more metlalic. See comparison swatches.