That’s it, I broke. I went back to Rite Aid and picked up four additional Revlon Colorburst lip butters. I just could not help myself. They are my newest obsession.
I stopped a few other places looking for these and couldn’t find them anywhere. And I can’t believe there is no info about these at Revlon.com. It’s like a great mystery.
So this time before tossing the little sticker seals, I took a closer look at the ingredients. Here’s some ingredients that must make these little buggers so moisturizing and great feeling.
Jojoba Seed Oil
Mango Seed Butter
Oh, and I forgot to mention the packaging! I think these tubes are so pretty. Each tube has a vibrant and colorful frosted cover with a clear top. The top lets you get a bird’s eye view of the color inside.
I went for some bolder colors this time around. The color payoff on these is really good. The first two shades are still pretty sheer but the second two shades are very pigmented. Here’s what I got this time around:
Creme Brulee – A really nice sheer nude that gives your lips a touch of color. Great for an everyday moisturizer.
Pink Truffle – A blend between nude and pink. One of those “my lips but better” shades.
Lollipop – Hold on to your seats, this is a bright fuchsia pink. Highly pigmented, lots of color with this one.
Candy Apple – A colorful strawberry red color.
The Lollipop and Candy Apple colors are definitely bold. They give nice saturated color and are buildable for an even more vibrant look. Swatches of Brown Sugar, Cotton Candy and Peach Parfait can also be seen on my original Revlon Colorburst lip butter post.
Tell me what you think. Would you buy any of these colors for yourself?
FYI – Kristi commented on my first lip butter post stating that these will be a permanent part of the Revlon line and are supposed to be widely available in January. Thanks Kristi!