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Picture From Left to Right: 005 Sugar Frosting, 080 Strawberry Shortcake, 055 Cupcake, 060 Gumdrop, 045 Cotton Candy (In order for the color to show up better, these shades have been swatched heavily.) Revlon`s ColorBurst Lip Butters* claim to boost lip moisture by 156%. Although, these lip butters feel more moisturizing than lipsticks, I find that I still need to wear a lip balm before I apply the lip butters because my lips get chapped easily and they`re very dry. The shades that I have swatched in this post are all pretty sheer, but they do provide a hint of color. (Other Revlon`s lip butters, which I will swatch soon, provide a more opaque finish.) They all glide onto my lips effortlessly and they all feel buttery smooth. However, because the formula is so buttery, the product can get messy when you`re twisting it back into the tube. Nevertheless, I still recommend checking these out at your local drugstore, especially if you`re a fan of subtle and sheer lip shades. *products have been given to me by one of my lovely friends
Note: Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butters are available at Ulta, Target, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, CVS and other drugstores for around $7. As with any drugstore product, I would definitely wait for a sale because there is always a buy one, get one half off or even a buy one, get one for free sale.
Question: Which shades have you tried and do you need to wear a lip balm before you apply it? Check out this
http://makeupbyjoyce88.blogspot.com/2012/01/swatches-revlon-colorburst-lip-butter.html for more pictures. makeup beauty