Revlon Lip Butter Collection | Review + Swatches ♥

These not so little and quite expensive lip butters are a addiction of mine, from only having one I know own three. This post will show you a review and swatches of 'Sorbet', 'Berry Smoothie' and 'Peach Parfait' I can't pick a Favourite as they are all so amazing!
Revlon Lip Butter Collection

Packaging
I really love the 'faux-quilted' pattern on the tube covers, it looks elegant and adds a little bit of design without being too much. I also really like how the tops of them are clear, so that it enables you to look through the top and see what it looks like. The lids also match the colour of the lip butter which is lovely, as it is coordinating! 
Revlon Lip Butter Collection

Revlon Lip Butter Collection
Berry Smoothie ( left swatch) - The shade is a light, cool-toned mauvy pink which doesn’t look over the top during day time since it’s sheer and the shimmer is very subtle. Of all three I have, this is the best for a night time look as well as for suiting every skin tone as it just balances everything out. 

Peach Parfait (middle swatch) - When swatched it makes it look really sheer, but when on lips the colour is really pigmented and makes your lips look really natural and gives them this lovely peachy colour. I find my self always going to this one for an everyday nude lip, as it doesn't make it too over powering - just subtle. 

Sorbet (right swatch) - Sorbet is what I would call a medium bright pink colour with cool undertones. You can build it up to its full intensity in 2-3 swipes, it covers up pigmented lips quite well. If you’re looking for a flattering bright pink lip colour, this is a great option! This is super pigmented and lasts for good 4 hours on my lips leaving the colour on there like a stain. Out of all of them, this is very glossy. 

Overall, I love love love these! They are so moisturising and feel amazing on your lips, they slide on your lips just like normal lip balm yet the colour is so much more intense then your regular tinted lip balms. There are loads of shades in the range, wonder which I should try next?
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