Perfect spring coral! This is for those gals that want a fun, bold look. Its loud, neon bright and pinky just like my favorite--watermelons :) Reminds me ALOT of MAC's amplified Impassioned.
Beautiful shade of hot pink that works for me. If I put my jet-black hair into big soft curls, all I need is black mascara and this lipstick to look glamorous :) It does come off after lunch, but on a special occasion I can make the effort to reapply.
The most gorgeous red from a drugstore brand. I forgot which it was (there's a reason for it, come to that in a minute). Super moisturising, super gorgeous. Prettiest orange-red that's perfect for yellow skin.
Wore it only once to a concert. My lips started reacting to it almost immediately, itching and swelling that by the time I reach home after 4 hours, my lips were swelling so badly I had to take anti histamine for a week.
I do not think it is a bad batch cause I gave it to my mum and she was fine using it.
I don't know what chemical that I had a reaction to but I've avoided Revlon line a plague after that.
UPDATE: FYI - There is a Revlon Super Lustrous Love That Pink (the bolder color you see in the pics) and a Moon Drops Love that Pink (the softer pink you see in some of these pics & the green tube). People are putting reviews for the Moon Drops one mixed in with the very different color but the same name of the Super Lustrous one. The SL one is a corally pink/ sometimes skewing hot pink. Someone finally started a review for Love That Pink the Moon Drops one (green tube).
ORIGINAL POST: When I bought this shade, I had no idea it has been around so long. But hearing everyone describe this as originally coming out in the 50's/60's, it all became clear. Yes, that explains this color so well! As soon as I read this I could imagine this on Marilyn in her "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", "Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend" dress. I couldn't figure out how to best describe this shade, but knowing it was a shade from that era really helps. No glitter, bold, but feminine. It is definitely a bright pink, but not in the way that I am used to (bright Barbie pink, hot pink, or even fuscia). This is almost a coral toned pink. When I put it on, it gives the same impact as red lips, but the pink makes it so wearable on my NW20, almost black hair, brown eyes, rosey lips complexion. Who ever posted this is not your Bobbi Brown neutral...was right! It is bold, but it is fun! And I have just spent weeks looking at MAC shades like Speed Dial & Lickable and they all just looked "eh" (they were more blue based, but bold - & generally blue based and I get along). Then while shopping at Target, I randomly pick this up, and it wears soooo easily for such a bold color at half the price. Just be warned, purchase this with no preconceived notions of "pink" because this will not fit into what you are thinking. continued >>
WOOWWW!!! I cannot believe that I have FINALLY found a STUNNING true rich and deep pink shade that is flattering on my NW45 skin tone. It took me a while to branch out of purples and browns and I actually thought my exciting Revlon Fuchsia was a pink shade until I tried this. Silly, I know lol. I even went to MAC to look for a true pink but they kept matching me with peachy/nudey/brownish pinks or fuchsia-like pinks which had purple in them. I did not want another purply shade in my collection and while I loved the nudey and brownish pinks (MAC Glamourdaze, anyone?), what I ached for was a true bold pink and much to my surprise, I found it at Shoppers in the Revlon section.
Love That Pink, a completely befitting name by the way, was love at first try. It is a deep, no shimmer, opaque and satiny bold pink that looks AH-MAZING on dark skin! It is a very build-able shade that you can wear subtly or boldly and it looks gorgeous whichever way you choose to wear it. I hope they never stop making this! Now, I am in a hunt for the perfect pink lipliner!
This is an amazing dupe for MAC Impassioned! I'm actually more in love with the formula of the Revlon lipstick because it's creamier and more opaque! A gorgeous bright pink! I really love the Revlon Super Lustrous line. They are truly amazing lipsticks for a decent price at the drugstore. I paid under $5 for this lipstick and it was definitely worth it. I'm sure you can find it on sale for less, but I couldn't resist this colour, especially when I saw how similar it was to Impassioned (I'd been going back and forth on purchasing it forever).
I swatched the Revlon one and ran to the MAC counter to compare, and they were pretty dead on for my skin tone (I'm about NC15-20). So I definitely recommend this lipstick to anyone looking for a nice creamy bright pink lipstick.
Very bright punchy pink shade! This lipstick is extremely opaque and applies like a high end brand. Love That Pink has a warm peachy coral tone and a creamy satin finish. The formula wears comfortably all day. This product is an ideal way to add a fun, playful lippie to your collection without spending a lot. Unfortunately, this shade looks really dated on me when applied full-force so I do prefer how it looks blotted.
This is a VERY VERY bright pink. It goes on neon pink on me...i have 3 other hot pink lipsticks that are much more wearable and i thought those were a statement...but this is neon. The formula is amazing! very very smooth and hydrating. I will try this mixed with maybe a muted shade and see how that works, but for some reason i dont think this shade is very flattering on me.
"Love That Pink"-the name says it all. If you love bright pink, you will love this. It's a surprisingly easy shade to wear. I like the intensity: it's very highly pigmented and saturated. Wear it when you want to be noticed; it's not for the shy.
Great pink color. I am nc35. Its very bright, not a natural pink. I wear this alone or mix it with some beige or coral if i want to tone it down. It stays on for hours through eating, drinking and even some color left after a shower. Has decent slip, not totally matte which is good, but not overly shiny which is also good, great quality lipstick and great color.