After searching tirelessly for a good light coral lipstick for my boyfriend's prom, alas! I have found it! This lipstick is everything I wanted and then some.
I was looking for a lipstick that would really brighten up my complexion. I'm wearing a nude colored dress and was very concerned about looking washed out. I also wanted something that wasn't too flat. I wanted to keep my makeup relatively light and youthful.
This lipstick is perfect! It is a little shimmery, the exact shade I was looking for, and surprisingly moisturizing. I had bought from the Revlon Super Lustrous line years ago in the shade "Silver City Pink" and it was... awful. So I was a little doubtful of this formulation. However, Coralberry is completely different! Shimmery but not glittery by any means, moisturizing, and still long wearing! I love it.
Love what this does for my lips! I feel like a million bucks with this color on. It brightens up my face and I always get tons of compliments. It lasts at least 4-5 hours and never bleeds. I often top it with a clear gloss just for something extra and it looks fantastic! Any of my friends who have tried mine love it as well, it just seems to work for every skin tone. The texture is smooth a lot like the Lip Butters by Revlon but I find it to have a lot more hold. Its the perfect shade for summer and I would definitely purchase it again!
Coralberry really is a vibrant, rich coral. There's a touch of sheerness in the formula, and your natural lip color may alter the hue. My pinker lips brought out the rosier elements to this shade. It looks orange and bright in the tube, but it's just attention-grabbing enough for day wear.
The formula is stellar. This went on smooth and creamy without accentuating lip lines or imperfections. It dried down to a matter texture throughout wearing, but it never dried out my lips or felt uncomfortable to wear. By the time this wore off, my lips were in good condition and my lips didn't flake or peel.
These come in plastic standard twist-up tubes. There is no scent or taste. These lipsticks have a clear window in the top of the cap that let you see the color inside. There's also a sticker on the bottom that identifies the color and formula (coralberry is a creme). These are easily-accessible and sell for about $7 USD.
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This is my latest favourite colour in the Revlon Super Lustrous line! I first wore it with a dark navy outfit and this made me look washed out, but now when I wear this with any summer colours, white, even a blue pinstripe shirt for work, it looks So. Darn. Pretty.
I generally prep my lips with balm and then a lip liner over, so the Coralberry goes on well and stays on for a while. This one does seem a bit dryer than Love That Pink, and you can see fine lines in the lips if you look really closely (not super obvious because this is a light colour anyway), but it still works for me.
I really wanted to love this lipstick because I liked the color, but the formula was the worst I've ever seen from Revlon. The tried exfoliating and moisturizing my lips prior to applying Coralberry, but nothing made me want to keep this. The formula was very waxy and went on very uneven/patchy. I had to return it because I couldn't believe how badly it streaked and made my lips look awful. I love other lipsticks from the Super Lustrous line. I don't know what happened with this specific color.
Great summer lipstick. It's a bright coral-orange with a bit of brown base to make it less neon, more wearable. Similar to some of the new neon Moon Drops colors, like 24k Orange, but more wearable.
This is a beautiful coral-pink on my pigmented lips. It really brightens my face and will be perfect for spring and summer. The only complaints I have about it is that it is a tad drying and does not apply smoothly. You will definitely have to prep your lips with a some sort of moisturizing base or primer. I would also suggest using a lip brush to ensure better coverage. I was able to get a couple of hours before this started to wear away on my lips. I didn't think it had a strong smell either. For reference I have a medium skin tone with dark brown hair that is currently highlighted.
I'm a big fan of Revlon's Super Lustrous lipsticks and they are more often than a not, a hit for me, every time I try a new one. However, there have been some misses along the way, and this was one of them. The color itself is beautiful and a really nice soft coral color for people with pale skin and neutral undertones and brown hair like me.
However, I find this lipstick is not very pigmented compared to the other Revlon lipsticks I've tried. You will only get a sheer finish with this product, instead of full coverage. I do find the formula on this particular one, more drying as well. It doesn't dry out my lips while wearing it, like Tutti Frutti does, but it's difficult to apply without it settling into lines, though it can be managed after much, repeated efforts at exfoliating and moisturizing. I agree with another reviewer who called it "waxy". The finish is very waxy on this one, I think that's what makes it emphasize any dryness on your lips.
Too much work for me though and because it's not very pigmented, it gets a "meh" from me.
I really haven't been a huge fan of revlon products, but I thought I would take a chance on this lipstick. I really love the color, it really makes my complexion pop. I also like that revlon don't constantly change their colors. I would repurchase.
After seeing all the amazing recs for this I had to pick it up. Unfortunately, this ends up being almost neon on me (and I am not afraid of bright colors). Just not the look I was going for.