Revlon ColorBurst Balm Stain in Honey Review

HOW IT LOOKS/FEELS:

Though Honey feels like will probably be an amber or taupe shade, this crayon is a reasonably mauve. There is a tiny little bit of peppermint scent and tingle on the lips.

WHY WE LIKE IT:

For an editor at a magnificence journal, affected by chapped lips is a merciless destiny—so many lip colours, so completely unsuitable. And our fair-skinned tester at all times craved the delicate, bitten-lip colour and long-lasting impact of stains, however they have been particularly out of the query. So, hallelujah! This crayon provides the lip-stain look in a medium-mauve shade that will go well with all pores and skin tones, and all with out resulting in parched-mouth distress. The crayon incorporates shea, mango, and coconut butters, which go away your lips—whether or not they are inclined to chap or not—feeling comfortable and hydrated. The colour is lasting, too: A coat round lunchtime was intact when our tester left work, and one other layer lasted via a couple of (OK, or two) glasses of wine at a celebration. Our solely gripe is that whereas the peppermint tingle is faint, we might have executed with out it solely.

AWARDS:

Readers’ Selection 2015

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