Deja vu? Nope, but close!
Yes, yes, yes…here is another Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter!
Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter Red Velvet was one of the shades I wanted the most when I first caught wind of these bad boys.
The reason? I don’t wear red lipstick and prefer gloss, but I wanted to experiment with one. A pigmented lip butter seemed like a happy middle of the road, so I pounced on it.
Okay, okay…so I said before that after getting 3 of the Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butters that I wasn’t interested in any of the other colours.
A $4.99 CAD sale at Rexall changed my mind. Hahahahaha! (Hypocrite much? Oh boy…)
I picked up a few additional shades. Among them was Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter Strawberry Shortcake!
Like I’ve said before – these Revlon Lip Butters are like potato chips. You can’t just have one. And there are so many wearable shades…ahhhhh!
Okay, remember how not long ago, I swatched and reviewed two Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butters (Peach Parfait and Lollipop)?
I was so sure that since having those plus Red Velvet, I was all set.
Boy was I wrong! 😛
Rexall had a sale on them for just $4.99 CAD each, and while I’ve been really good at cutting back on my beauty purchases, this deal sucked me in like a black hole. Resistance is futile! 😉
Since it’s been a long time since I published a Haul of Shame post, I decided to do one today.
Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter Lollipop was actually the first ColorBurst Lip Butter that I wanted to try, but the promotional displays were always picked clean. Then, the one tube I found was opened, and I just couldn’t bring myself to buy something that was contaminated. (Eww!)
Of course, when I wasn’t looking for it, I found it at the grocery store…sealed and fresh. So, naturally, it had to jump into my shopping bag. 😉
After purchasing Peach Parfait and Red Velvet, I thought that I would stop there. But, like a lot of fellow beauty lovers out there found out, it’s hard to not want to collect them.
I’m blaming Lollipop for making me obsessed with pink lip colour now! It’s bold, but not too out there. It’s bright, but nowhere near neon. And it’s very wearable.
Let me tell you more about what I thought of this shade.
If given the option, 99% of the time, I would reach for a lip gloss instead of a lipstick because I like my lips to feel moisturized.
I do have a few favourite lipsticks, but I always wished that they wouldn’t leave my pout feeling dry.
Enter the Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butters.
Ever since I first heard all the hype surrounding them, I’ve been wanting to try at least one so badly.
Not only are they supposed to offer some colour, but they’re also supposed to keep your lips feeling good instead of tight and dry.
I ended up buying two shades, one of which is Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter Peach Parfait! And I’m very happy that I chose this one. It’s easy-to-wear, very natural, and gives your lips a little shimmer.
If you’re looking for a vampy polish that still has some pizazz, I suggest Revlon Facets of Fuchsia. Of course, you have to be a purple polish fan, or it won’t move you.
Thankfully, I love me some purple, so this hit the spot! (Actually, before I went head first into my infatuation with green lacquer, purple used to be my favourite colour to sport.)
What I like about Facets of Fuchsia by Revlon is that it’s dark, but you can still see that it’s purple. It’s a very sexy combination of a dark base hue and vibrant glitter that reminds you that it’s still alive and feisty! Continue reading
Oh, the tangled webs we weave…or paint! 😉
Here are some really simple Spider & Web Nails I did not long ago. It’s all freehand and doesn’t take long to do.
Looking back now, I wish that I had done more spiders and just one cobweb as the accent nail because I like the spider more than the web.
This Hallowe’en nail art reminds me of Charlotte’s Web. Do you remember that children’s book? It was one of my favourites, and I also enjoyed watching the movie. Oh, Wilbur was so cute, but I really fell in love with Charlotte.