I was going to a wedding in June and couldn't find my usual lipgloss at any drugstore so I bought this. I like it, but admittedly I was not looking for a heavily pigmented gloss. There is a fair amount of sparkle, but not too much to make it look tacky or immature. It is definitely a sheer gloss, so if you're looking for something heavier this is not the gloss for you. It doesn't last too long, but no shorter than a typical drugstore gloss. I have been using it since the wedding and in a pinch would buy it again.
Shade description: sheer shimmery pink
- not sticky
- no color payoff
Comments: I should've listened. This is a clear gloss and for the price, it's not worth if. I love the formula and the finish is pretty, but there's no color payoff.
Will not repurchase.
Although this one doesn't really have a whole lot of pigment, I really do like this gloss.
I got this for 30% off at my local grocery store, and since Sunbaked is my go-to shade, I thought this one might be a good gloss for those days when I don't want a ton of lipcolor but clear gloss won't cut it. It fits the bill perfectly.
As with all the glosses from the Colorburst line, it has a thicker texture with a glossy finish and a doe-foot applicator. This one is a milky nude-toned sheer pink with silver glitter. This is a really nice gloss for a smoky eye, IMO, if you have similar skintone as mine. It doesn't deposit much color, but enough tone and gloss to make your face looked finished.
Stays put pretty well for a gloss, and doesn't leave a ring around my lips. I could do without the glitter, but it doesn't bother me too much.
I will repurchase.
You'd think a product named "Colorburst" would be a blast of pigment, but the Pink Ice shade proves that wrong. In the tube it's a gorgeous pale pink with tiny silver glitter, but shows up as sheer shimmer on the lips. I don't have a problem with the formula: it's gloss, and gloss is gloss, which is to say shiny and disappears an hour later. Nothing special about it, but nothing very wrong with it. I'm sure it would look great layered over other lipcolors but then I could pay $1.00 for a WnW gloss that does that. But for the price of $7.49, I demand more actual color. This is going back to Ulta.
Revlon Colorburst lipgloss in Pink Ice is a very muted (almost to the point of looking gray) milky cool pink with loads of silver shimmer. The color is well-nigh invisible on my pigmented lips, so if you're looking for a gloss that's anything more than seriously sheer, you'll be as disappointed as I was. The texture is creamy, not too thin, and non-sticky. The shimmer feels a little bit gritty, but it's not terribly awful. I wouldn't repurchase because I'd expect something named "colorburst" to have, well, actual color. I knew it wouldn't be completely opaque, of course, but I was disappointed that it practically disappeared.
At first, I didn't really love the Colorburst lipgloss because I found that they weren't as pigmented as I thought they were going to be. As the name was "Colorburst". But now, I LOVE these glosses. The texture is very smooth and not at all sticky. Pink Ice is a lavender toned baby pink with a silver shimmer. It perfectly mutes my lips to a soft pink with a beautiful silver shimmer look. The glitter is actually not that gritty. The applicator is a flat doefoot which takes a while to get use to applying. The scent is a very light vanilla sweet scent which isn't noticeable on the lips. The packaging is sleek and it comes with a reasonable amount of product. The gloss retails for $7.49 where I am which is a bit higher than I want it to be but isn't the most expensive lipgloss I have purchased. The lasting time is pretty much average. (1-2 hours) I recommend this to anyone looking for a nice sheer wash of color with shimmer. It is great over lipstick too. However, if you want something totally opaque or more tinted, this wouldn't be your kind of product.
Ugh I really wanted to love this, but I just hate hate hate how sheer and shiny it is. The shimmer for me lasted even after the gloss was gone on my lips leaving a gritty feeling on my lips. My lips actually got irritated by the glitter, and it doesn't help that this gloss has basically no color pay off. The pros are the price and the amount you get. Overall I will be sticking to glosses with no sparkles from now on.
Pink Ice is a cool-toned pale baby pink with pink and silver shimmer. It's in between opaque and sheer, but leaning more on the sheer side. It's not sticky and the smell isn't bad either. Really nice color for everyday wear.
It's on the sheer side, but I like the nudeness of it and the tiny sparkles (barely detectable). Just a fun, easy to apply shade to wear over anything or alone, but has a blush of lavender to it. Revlon is readily available, but I've only been to find pink ice at Walgreens and not CVS. Hmmmm....
I can't believe how much this resembles my Chanel Glossimers. From the packaging to the texture to the glossy-ness. The color is perfect, MLBB, it is shiney, not sticky, not gritty, and just plain perfect!!! I agree that the applicator leaves a teensy bit to be desired, but it wouldn't stop me from repurchasing. I just have to dip it in the product a few times to get enough gloss out. This is one of the classiest DS lip glosses I've ever used. If you like Glossimers (and who doesn't :) try these. I can't wait to try more colors.