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I know you`re probably sick of this, but I got another good deal at Target! Earlier this month I received one of Target`s free beauty bags with sample items and a coupon book. One of the coupons was for $2 off of any Revlon item. I bought one of Revlon`s Colorburst Lipbutters in Sweet Tart awhile ago and loved it, so I figured I would purchase another one!
I really envy people who can wear red lipstick and I never really thought I could pull it off. Well, I decided I would give it a try and bought the color Red Velvet. I wanted to try Burt`s Bees Red Dahlia tinted chapstick for a while, and this color seemed like it would be very similar. It was $6.49 and with the coupon it only came out to $4.49! That`s a heck of a lot cheaper than at drugstores where lipbutters can run around $8!
Here`s my review of the product:
* The packaging is a semitransparent burgundy color with quilting on two sides and 2 sides that were smooth and clear
* The top of the container was completely clear and see through, which was really helpful to see the actual color of the lipstick
* The lipbutter glided on very smooth and was a burgandy/ dark red color! It was really gorgeous and stood out, but at the same time it was subdued enough for casual wear
* The color seemed to be very buildable, but I only applied one swipe because I didn`t want to go too bold.
* There were no sparkles in it, which I liked! I`m not a big fan of sparkles, only in certain glosses
* It was very moisturizing, like a regular chapstick
* Unlike the Sweet Tart color I previously purchased, Red Velvet stayed on my lips for a very long time! I probably had decent color payoff for about 4 hours, which I think is pretty impressive for this type of lipstick.
Summary: The packaging was chic and cute, and it was moisturizing with a cute, wearable color. I think this is the perfect red for the girl who is scared to wear red :) Overall, I highly recommend it!
Photos are my own.
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