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NEW: Revlon Liquid Lip Colours


It's taken a while but I have finally got round to writing up my review of the Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lip Colours. These are pretty new to the market, only came out in the UK in March and I have been putting these to the test and have finally got a really great thorough review of my thoughts and just how awesome these lip products are.

Liquid lipsticks are all the rage at the moment and almost every brand has released some kind of liquid lipstick product. Liquid lipsticks are renowned for being quite drying on the lips but they are very long lasting and most will stay put for 6-8 hours at least. So you can see the appeal?






The Ultra HD Matte Lip Colours are a mousse-ier version of a liquid lipstick, they feel very smooth and light on the lips when applying and it doesn't feel like you even have anything on. They don't dry down super matte and drying on the lips either, they keep that velvety feel and they're even moisturising which is difficult to find in a liquid lipstick. They last 8 hours at least and they don't flake or crumble off because they don't dry completely down, let's be frank for £8.99, these are a complete steal and amazing drugstore option.
The applicator makes it very easy to apply as it's an hourglass shape, and you don't get too much on the wand either which means you have more control over how much you put on and it allows you get a precise application.

All in all I am really impressed with these. Now for the shades. I have 5 out of the 7 shades:
Devotion   Seduction   Addiction   Love   Passion   Obsession   Flirtation
The last two are the ones I don't have, and not because there is anything wrong with them they just didn't appeal to me as they're more coral and peachy tones which isn't my cup of tea. But all shades are highly pigmented, 100% wax free and the mango and whipped vanilla scent makes it a pleasure to apply too. Plus, look at that packaging, it's so sleek and simple. If I didn't see the brand, I would think it would be a highend offering like Chanel or Hourglass. 

Because they're so long lasting, I find an oil based product is the best to remove it. Something like the Garnier Oil Infused Micellar Water is the fastest and easiest way to remove this, (I used this to remove the swatches and they came off really easily) or an oil based cleanser like the Sanctuary Cleansing Oil is just as good with a muslin cloth or cotton pad. 


Disclaimer: I have not been asked or paid to do this post. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. All products mentioned have been purchased with my own money.

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