Revlon Colorburst Lip Balm Sultry Reviews
All of us love colours. But there are some days when we just want to be plain and simple. This mood calls for a perfect nude lipstick. Hunt for the perfect nude colour never ends for us. I myself have explored tons of browns, pinks and god knows what more. But my favourite nude colour place is still vacant. So, I always keep on looking for “My Nude lipstick”. One day while I was on an outing with friends. I noticed one of my friends lip colour. It was gorgeous. A perfect muted pink which can be used as nude too. I asked her the shade name and details and that’s how I landed over to this beauty.
So, let’s see if the widely raved and loved Revlon Colorburst lip balm sultry is able to impress us or not.
Product Description of Revlon Colorburst lip balm Sultry:
High Shine Lacquer. Moisture Rich Balm A lacquer finish that’s beyond brilliant. Balm that’s beyond comforting. Our Triple Butter Complex of Shea, Coconut and Mango butters nourishes lips. In 8 collectible, craveable colors.
36 months from the date of packaging
Rs 800 for 2.7 grams
This lip balms comes in an adorable shape of crayons. For newbies like me choosing the rights hade of lipstick and applying lipstick perfectly is a challenge. Thus, when lipsticks are in the shape of an adorable packaging like crayons then the task of applying lipsticks becomes much easier. The crayons are thick and thus it is quite easy to hold in hands. The crayon colour is similar to the shade. Thus, the task of choosing the perfect lipstick becomes easier. The shade name and number is embedded on the bottom of the crayon.
The texture of this balms is very soft and feathery. It glides and sets on lisp like feather. Extremely lightweight. Thus, no complications while applying the balm. Once it sets on lips it stays there quite comfortably without making the lips heavy or feel uncomfortable.
Pros of Revlon Colorburst lip balm Sultry –
- Quite good in terms of pigmentation
- Sets on lips smoothly
- Can be a perfect nude colour for wider skin tones
- Will suit a number of Indian skin tones
- Hides lip pigmentation
- Lasts long
- The balm lasts for months
- Travel friendly size
Cons of Revlon Colorburst lip balm Sultry –
- Price might become an ouch factor for some.
My Experience with Revlon Colorburst lip balm Sultry –
Coming to the shade “Sultry” it is a gorgeous shade. It’s not that you can find theses hade in any other brands. But the texture, longevity and shade when combined makes the shade excellent. Sultry is a beautiful muted pink with undertones of very faint brown in it. On hands you can see tiny bits of shimmers but on lips there are none. The shade reminds me of a gloomy but sexy weather.
Pigmentation wise the shade delivers true colour on first swipe only. But for pigmented lisp you need to apply twice. The balm easily hides pigmentation of lips. It hides lip lines also quite superbly.
With lighters snacks and drinks the balm stays easily. But with heavier meals it fades away leaving behind a strong stain which is moisturising. Being a balm it is truly a boon for dry lipped girls. It soothes and repairs dry lips effectively. The average staying power of the balm is 5-6 hours. With daily usage like mine the balm will easily last for 3-4 months.
Whether I would recommend this product again –
This shade gets a complete thumbs up from my side. This Revlon balm eliminates the requirement of balm. It provides moisture and intense colour finish both in a single product.