Hallelujah! I finally cracked open my Revlon Lip Butters. It only took me a month of umm-ing and ahh-ing! It’s not available in Australia yet but it has been released in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. I bought 2 Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters in Hong Kong and today I’m only going to show you Pink Truffle here but if you want to see what the fuss is all about with Macaroon, head to my other beauty blog Lip Stalker.
Pink Truffle is one of those pink nudey brown shades; kinda similar to NYX Frappucino. Pink Truffle applied much easier than Macaroon and has a smooth, even, semi-glossy finish.
I know the beauty blogging world has been going mad crazy over these babies, but to be honest, just between you and me, they are nothing spesh.
In my opinion, Revlon Lip Butters are not hydrating enough to be a lip balm. My lips dry out without wearing lip balm first and if you have any flakiness, AVOID! They are closer to being a lipstick but lack the sensuality. The bullet shape and the packaging just haven’t pushed my buttons.
As you can see from the photo, my lip lines are severely indented and Revlon Lip Butter doesn’t iron them out.
When a product gets too hyped up, it can be met with disappointment. I think I fell victim to this. Sighs.
But I love that the sweet vanilla scent is very faint and that the Lip Butter, although not buttery, isn’t heavy on my lips.
I have no idea when Revlon Lip Butters will be available in Australia, but I know that I won’t be fussed about purchasing more in the range…although I may get Lollipop (if it is available here) as it looks like a fun shade to add to my collection.
Don’t forget to check out Revlon Lip Butter in Macaroon.
What’s the last beauty product you got hyped up about but when you got it, you were rather disappointed?