Super Lustrous in Mink, Matte Stormy Pink, Matte Smoked Peach
I have been waiting to post about the Autumn Winter collection lipsticks that Revlon have released until my swollen lips deflated after their recent allergic reaction, however since then I have had eczema on my lips and am now quite ill and resemble something incredibly grim so I shall post without 'on the lip' pictures for once and swatches will have to do. I will of course update the post with pictures of the lipsticks on the lips once I am able as I always find it more helpful.
Smoked Peach has a good amount of pigmentation and isn't as drying as the Stormy Pink in my opinion. Its definitely my favourite out of the two and goes really well with Benefit's Georgia Peach powder used as a blush or Mac's Ripe Peach blush.
Stormy Pink feels a lot more drying on my lips and while I love the colour in the tube it doesn't work with my skin tone that well, I think this is much more suited to women with darker skin who can pull of bright punchy colours. This is definitely a long lasting lipstick and great if you don't have time to touch up your lippie all the time.
Super Lustrous Lipstick in Mink - by far my favourite colour and consistency out of the three, it doesn't show up as dark as the swatch or the tube colour on my lips as mine are pretty rosy and pigmented so it's more of a brownish nude shade which looks both classy and up to date and is very creamy and moisturising. I also think the gold on the packaging gives it the edge in the looks stakes.
I don't own many Revlon lipsticks but I definitely think the Super Lustrous format is the way forward for me, I like the texture and the packaging and while they are not as creamy as say a YSL Rouge Volupte they do feel quite creamy whilst retaining a good amount of staying power. Overall Mink is definitely the must have from the collection's lipsticks for me.
Each lipstick costs £7.29 available from the usual places like Boots
Disclaimer: Provided as PR Samples