I bought a few more Revlon lip butters, so I thought I’d compare them side-by-side. I like these a lot, all of them feel comfortable and smooth and have a glossy finish. I wouldn’t call them “buttery,” but they’re more moisturizing than a typical lipstick. Some are slightly glossier, some are easier to build up from sheer to opaque. Let’s take a look.
Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter ($7.00) in Lollipop.
This is the most opaque of the three, and it’s a really fun, blue-leaning hot pink. It has a nice, glossy finish.
Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter ($7.00) in Red Velvet. You’ve seen this one on my blog before, but it’s nice to see all three of these together. This is a cool-toned dark red that is a little less glossy than the other two. In some lights it’s red and in others it leans more berry. It’s definitely got kind of a moody vibe to it that I love. It’s sheer, but builds to a semi-opaque consistency. It’s similar to a thin layer of OCC Strumpet Lip Tar ($18).
Last up is Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter ($7.00) in Peach Parfait.
This is labeled peach, but to me it’s more of a warm pink with golden sparkle. A subtle distinction, sure, but I think of peach as being a little more orange. Maybe I’m being picky. Anyway, this is the sheerest and most glosslike of the three, but also very pretty. It’s great for days when I don’t want to look like I’m wearing much makeup (particularly relevant now that Spring is approaching).
And here are swatches of all three side by side:
I can’t wait to get more of these!