I absolutely adore this lipstick. I bought it on an impulse (which I seem to be doing a lot of lately - eek) and definitely don't regret it! This is such a pretty warm pink colour, which I find is great for everyday wear as it's pretty subtle and just looks lovely on the lips. I don't find the formula particularly drying compared to some lipsticks, but wouldn't risk wearing this lipstick without moisturising first. I'd say the pigmentation is good too. I think the colour is pretty universally flattering and would suit a multitude of skin tones; I've been told it looks great with my light, warm skin and dark hair/eyes but I think this lipstick shade would suit most people! The staying power is ok (I'd say it stays for between 2-4 hours on my lips) but would need reapplying throughout the day. Overall, I wouldn't be without this lipstick! It's definitely my favourite lipstick at the moment.
This lipstick is one i reach for a lot when I am just wearing my everyday eyeliner and mascara and want something pretty and easy to wear on my lips. It is the perfect shade of pink for my fair skin, sometimes they can make me look a strange colour but this one sits nicely. The formula is comfortable and it lasts about 3 hours before a touch up.
beautiful warm, dusky pink, brightening but not "barbie or lady gaga pink". really works against my NC42, yellow under toned southeast asian skin. have always looked for a wearable "bright" pink for warmer tones & this is definitely it! can wear to the office/daytime. smooth creme formula and no frost (thank gawd) :)
I would say that this is a nice, brightening pink, but when I read "brightening pink," it usually means "radioactive cotton-candy PINK," and this is a lot subtler and kinder than that. It's a warm pink that does a great job of subtly brightening up my face without looking at all frosted or neon-y. It can get a little unnatural-looking if you apply too many coats, though, which is a trap I initially fell into - I'm a red lipstick kinda gal most of the time, so I felt like I wasn't getting enough pigmentation from this subtler color. But now I've come to appreciate it for what it is: a perfect warm pink for everyday wear, pretty without drawing attention to itself.
It's Revlon SL, so of course no complaints about the formula or packaging. It comes in the usual black-and-gold tube with a clear lid (a must-have design element for me - I have to see the real color of what I'm getting, as the colors on packaging are so often misleading), and the formula is matte, with a little shine but no glitter/shimmer.
TL;DR: While I initially rejected this warm pink for being too subtle, now I adore it for exactly that reason.
I've been looking for a warm pink ever since I realized my tan no longer flatters my baby pinks and cool pinks. I've had problems with some pinks making my teeth look yellow, and my love affair with MAC chatterbox never blossomed. Thanks to my fellow MUAs I picked this up with hope.
I may never take this off.
It's very pasty if you go crazy, but as a light coat it lightens my lips to look like MLBB and gives my makeup a very mod feel especially with bare lids or a naked basics eye with matte browns and taupes. It gives your lips a polished "I'm wearing lipstick but I never try hard to look good" look. It is creamy rather than matte with no glisteny sheen. I apply a lip gloss over it to take it from night to day and slap on a smokey eye to glam it up. What a DS gem.
This medium rose colour is gorgeous and absolutely perfect for spring and summer. Someone very aptly described this as a perfect Victoria Secrets model lip colour :) for reference, I'm Asian with yellow undertones and medium to fair skinned - this is a very flattering colour! The only slight issue people may have is that it can be a bit drying because it is a matte formulation. However, with a little lip balm underneath you should have no problems. Revlon lipsticks for the win!
While the color swatches very nicely on my hand the formula is very dry and doesn't apply evenly on my lips.
I bought this lipstick after developing a bit of an obsession with the makeup Audrey Hepburn wears in Breakfast at Tiffany's. I'd watched the Lisa Eldridge tutorial quite a few times but- as truly beautiful as that was, I didn't think the lip colour was quite accurate. I did a little bit of researching and was led to 'Pink in the Afternoon' by Revlon as the shade that I was looking for.
And it hasn't let me down! On me I'd describe it as a medium, warm toned rose. I think it gives a really polished look- for someone who likes to look 'done' but who isn't trying too hard. With my colouring, it definitely matches the Hepburn look.
Formula wise it is creamy but not excessively so, so that it cakes or sits too heavy on the lips. I wouldn't describe it as hydrating but neither is it particularly drying on me. Lasting power is average and it survives a meal not too badly. It fades reasonably well with a slight predisposition towards the edges.
Overall I am really happy with this lipstick- it really does complete the Holly Golightly look and is affordable to boot.
I bought this lipstick yesterday. I'd been waiting to try it for a long time. I initially wanted it because I had read that it was a yellow-toned pink, but it wasn't bright pink (which is nice because a lot of yellow pinks are either way too light or way too akin to MAC Viva Glam Nicki). I later read that it was very similar to- possibly exactly alike- what Audrey Hepburn had worn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's". I simply adore that film, so I bought it as soon as I could.
I live in the country, so I initially drove into town to buy it. Much to my annoyance, none of the city stores I went to had it in stock; they were either out of stock or they simply didn't carry the color (presumably because it sells out so quickly that they don't want to deal with reordering). I eventually ended up going to my small town's local drugstore and they had two tubes left.
I initially thought the lipstick would be too light for me. I was wrong, however, because it's the perfect shade of pink. I normally don't wear pinks or blue-toned reds because they almost always bring out the redness in my cheeks, but skin looks nearly perfect when I wear this. It's a peachy pink color with just a hint of coral to it. It's much darker than it appeared in the film- but that's okay, because it's the perfect pink for my skin tone regardless.
This lipstick is also very nice because it's very natural without being a nude color. It's very obviously pink, but it's not that Candy Yum Yum kind of in-your-face, over-the-top pink. It's very simple, in a way.
My only caveat with the lipstick is the formula. I was hesitant to buy a Revlon Super Lustrous lipstick in the creme finish because they're just not all that- they tend to bleed, settle into your lip lines and highlight and flaky patches you have. While I always keep my lips in top condition (because I tend to wear a lot of matte lipsticks, which basically put a spotlight on any lip imperfections), I can't do away with lip lines- they're part of my lip. No amount of exfoliation will get rid of those. Needless to say, Pink in the Afternoon likes to take an evening nap in any creases it might find in my lips. Without lip balm under it, it takes about an hour before it's completely moved itself into lines. However, with a nice layer of thick lip balm underneath (I used Acure lip balm) it's a-okay (though it doesn't last the best- about four hours).
All in all, this is a lovely color. The formula is a bit off, which is why I'll be looking to dupe this color in a higher-end range (maybe Clinique or Lancome). Until then, however, I'll be sticking with this, because it's most definitely the best pink I've ever worn.
I wear this a lot, its a go to when I do blue shaded eyes. Rosy, creamy pink rose petal shade. My only Revlon shade and I would buy if I run out of it or lose it.