First lip butter i got was in this shade PEACH PARFAIT! I've seen so many beautiful swatches of this that I decided to get it on my trip to Hong Kong as it wasn't yet available in Australia. This shade is definitely more pink than peach, which I actually preferred. I have used it for months now, and its always my 'go to' lip product whenever I go out.
I don't know why so many reviewers claim it is gritty. I find the texture pretty smooth on my lips and not grainy or rough at all. However, this does have more glitter than I would like and the base color is too sheer.
I was excited about this lipstick because I had seen many swatches and it looked like a lovely peach lipstick, meaning it would have a hint of orange/coral color on it. But Peach Parfait turned up to be more like a pink shade, rather than peach. It also has tons of glitter, and I would have liked if it was more matte. Also, I don't feel it's gritty as other reviewers have stated, it feels moisturizing enough, but again, the shade wasn't what I was expecting and there is way too much glitter and that kinda ruins this lipstick for me :/
The glitter killed it for me, as it did for every other person giving a negative review. I didn't find it uncomfortable or scratchy, but just juvenile-looking. It's the other end of the frost-spectrum. Shame, because the color is just perfect otherwise.
going to give this one a 3...i love the color and like the sparkle...but it feels weird on. kind of gritty, which i'm guessing is from the glitter that is added to it. it's a pretty color, however, i'm unsure of the color on me i'll have to wear it a little bit more to decide if i will repurchase again.
Way too much glitter in this. It's not light shimmer, I can feel the gritty glitter on my lips when I rub them together, and it feels like grains of sand. I wish it didn't have the glitter in it because it's a really pretty color on the lips, but the grittiness and the frostiness on the lips that the glitter gives me is such a turn off. I like a couple of the other lip butters, but I would not repurchase this one. Also, the packaging of all of the lip butters is flimsy, and a couple of mine have cracked after being in my travel makeup bag.
The glitter is a shit show. It makes me slightly angry that Revlon decided to cram this otherwise creamy, smooth formula with the most gritty, skin-tearing, jagged bits of glitter I have ever had the displeasure of putting on my lips. It's such a shame because the base color is truly gorgeous. It's a muted peachy pink with just the right amount of pigmentation and shine. This would be one of my go-to lip products if it were not for the accursed GLITTER!!!!!!!! After the balmy part has worn away I'm left with an array of multicolored sparkles that cling to the crevices of my lips in such an unflattering fashion. And I don't even know how, but it eventually migrates everywhere on my face so I look like some hot mess Twilight vampire. Ugh!!! This type of glitter, unless it's in specifically-targeted theatrical makeup, should be banned. I feel like it's a moral detriment to society.
I really like this lip butter. I've tried some I didn't care for at all but I'm particularly fond of this one. It's a really nice, subtle colour appropriate for day wear. This lip butter does have shimmer but it is subtle. I find the formula of the lip butters nice and moisturizing, but this one can be a little gritty during application because of the shimmer.
These are a tad pricey for drugstore products so I'd only buy if it was on sale. The other downside is that for what you pay, there isn't a ton of product. I expected to get a bit more bang for my buck.
I absolutely love this color! I like how smooth and sheer it is. Its a great day time lip. I will definitely be purchasing it again.
I'd been really excited to try this but unfortunately I don't like it. The color doesn't look as nice on me as on others and the glitter chunks is a turn off. On me the glitter is not subtle whatsoever, its full forced in your face type of glitter... definitely not what I am looking for.