|Would buy this product again.||46%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Gorgeous color; it's a straight up peach color that looks pretty against my nc25-30 warm skin tone. Only problem I have is that because it is a matte lipstick, the formula is ridiculously drying!!! I love mattes but this lipstick sucked!! While the product was on my lips, my lips were hella dry. Even after I took it off, my lips were completely gross and peely. What a shame because this color is really pretty. Definitely would not repurchase :(
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I was trying to find a peachy brown Revlon that my prettiest and most favorite, smiling aunt wore and came home with this one day. Oops, this is not the color by far. It's less creamy than other SL's are, and for whatever reason does not apply smoothly, or fade evenly. Yuck.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Against my better judgement (I'd read reviews on the horrible texture) I bought this lipstick on a whim. I was very disappointed to find that the reviews were true. I love the color, as it's such a lovely retro light orange (I don't think it's a proper peach), so I decided I was going to make it work. I looked online but couldn't find any tips on how to make pasty, chalky pastel lipsticks work on you (most reasonable people would agree if the lipstick is rubbish you just don't grab for it next time around). But I'm stubborn, so... I experimented.
1) Applying it straight from the bullet does NOT work. Not if you try light layers and re-apply. *Especially* if you re-apply.
2) I don't use lipstick brushes (I just think they're dirty, no matter how I clean them I can't help but feel there's always something left), but I tried applying a bit straight from the bullet and swiping my finger over it. The result was still no better: you can see the lines left behind by my fingerprints (I suppose the same would happen with a brush).
3) I tried using another lipstick with it. I first tried a Sephora one, because I really like them and they go on smoothly for me, but it didn't work. It was still a patchy mess. There was a bit of improvement (but not much) with a much waxier Rimmel one (Lasting Finish).
4) Still unhappy, I tried a lip balm underneath, but no matter how smoothly it applies at first the lipstick still settles into fine lines.
5) A lip primer helps (I used the Too Faced one), but not that much.
6) A gloss over the top helps, but there's a fine line between too little (still goes patchy) and too much (gloopy horrible mess)
7) The best way to apply it, I found, was to layer it on with my fingers, this time using a *tapping* motion. First just a tiny bit straight from the bullet with a good rub, just to get some of the pigment in. I waited a little, rubbed some of it on the back of my hand to get it warm and lightly tapped my fingertip on my lips. I managed to build the color to true color this way without it going patchy or settling into lines. It feels a bit drying this way, but not unbearably so.
The staying power is probably not the best, but as long as I re-apply by tapping it with my finger it's not that big a deal.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
Probably the worst example in the Super Lustrous Matte range. The color is orange, not peach. The formula feels wierdly slippery, goes on sheer, cakey and uneven, and it highlights lines horribly. I like some of the others in this line (Strawberry Suede is great!) but this is rubbish.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Medium Brown Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Not very pigmentated. I didn't lyke it the color was more of a bright orangish coral than peach to me also very drying. Wont buy again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
Lovely lovely salmon colour, it brightens up any dark outfits that i may wear. The packaging is great, sleek, modern and i love the little see through top cap which means you can see what colour the bullet is!
Can be a bit drying to the lips and if you reapply it, it doesnt go on smoothly.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
This is a really strange lipstick. It goes on a smidge streaky but you can help that by tapping the bullet on your lips or applying with your fingers / lip brush. The color is more of an orange-leaning nude than anything else, but it suits my warm NC25/30 skin just fine. (I imagine that this shade might look quite strange on a cooler person.) Lik the other Superlustrous lipsticks, the packaging is sturdy and the price is great.
30 minutes later, I noticed that it sank into every crease in my lips. The strange, glossy-finish made it look infinitely worse, and it just looked like I didn't know how to apply lipstick or something similar. I might try and tackle this color some other time using a lip primer and/or a lip pencil underneath to see if that improves its finish, but honestly, I don't think this color is worth the effort. There are better peach lipsticks out there, like Revlon Colorburst in Peach (much better formula!).
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
The formula of this lipstick is not good.
It's not very pigmented on my medium pigmented lips (I'm an NC30). It applies VERY streaky and building up the swipes does not make a difference.
It's not as matte as it claims, it's actually got quite a bit of tiny shimmers in the lipstick.
Overall, if you don't have medium pigmented lips (or darker) then this may work for you, I'm not sure, but if you have medium pigmented lips, I would not recommend this. Your lip colour underneath will overpower the colour and the lipstick's pigmentation is too poor to fight it. Really disappointed because it looked like a nice colour in other peoples' swatches and pictures.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I wanted a matte peachy nude pink lip color much like the Revlon Lip Butters in Peach Parfait but no shine. Unfortunately, the color is more orangey peachy than I would like. It looks horrible on me especially since I have a yellow undertone. Also the Revlon Super lustrous lipstick in matte is the worst one out of the three (creme, matte, and pearl). Very drying and settles into creases and fine lines. I gave it two lippies because I find the color pretty just not on me
Settles in creases
Lasts for 3-4 hours
Not true to color
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
Love this shade! I didn't see any shimmer as described by other commenters. This worked great with my fair skin. Very pigmented and easy application. Unfortunately I also experienced the lipstick settling into the lines on my lips, even though I applied chapstick beforehand.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Revlon's Matte Lipsticks are arguably my most favorite line of lipsticks to date. I got this one at Walmart for $4.97 and was sure I was going to love it as much as I have with my past two shades. The color is a true creamy peachy color, but with some iridescent shimmer seen while in the tube, even though the packaging says matte. My first application of this lipstick straight from the tube was disappointing as the color seemed to settle into the cracks of my lips even after I had pre-applied Chapstick. I had to start all over and this time used a lip brush to achieve an even color. It had almost a frosty sheen to it, which I don't think goes well with my yellow-toned NC25 skin. The formula was smooth and glided on easily enough and was only a bit drying. Lasted for about 3 hours. I finally layered a pinkish gloss on top to make it look less 60s mod and more summertime-y. Those with fair or darker skin may love this shade on its own, but with my medium complexion it was almost like my lips were competing to be the same color as my face. If you like that look, if you have naturally pigmented lips, or if you're looking for a cheap nude lip, this might be a good lipstick for you. Maybe it's the fact that I'm used to wearing red or pink colors and this was too drastic of a change, or that I usually stay far, far away from anything shimmery for a reason-- bottom line is that this is not matte, and I will not repurchase after using up this tube.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought this lipstick on a whim. It's a very pretty color. I don't normally like shimmers in lipstick, but in this the shimmer is perfect. Unfortunately the texture of this lipstick is terrible. It's extremely difficult to get an even color with this lipstick. Even with exfoliation and balmed lips, the color is very patchy and settles into lines within 10 minutes. For matte lipsticks I think I'll stick with MAC.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I'm not one of those people who can pull off the nude lip look because my lips are naturally very dark pink/red, and I'm so pale that I look dead when I try to do the nude lip. This color has enough pigment to it, and is just a couple of shades darker than my skintone so that I can wear it and it looks like a nice bit of light color. There is a shimmer to it. You definitely need to make sure your lips are exfoliated and moisturized before wearing this (I swipe on a thin layer of lip balm to keep it from looking chalky), and this is gorgeous. I'll definitely buy again. Perfect summer look when full-on reds are just a little too dramatic.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I'm really on a peach/coral/orange craze right now (chalk it up to the weather), so when I saw Revlon's Smoked Peach at Walmart for under $5, I snatched it up. I was afraid this would lean too brown on me, but to my pleasant surprise it's more of a neutral peach with warm undertones (which flatters my NC20 skin). Also, though Revlon claims it's matte, there's a SLIGHT sheen that keeps it from being too flat. However, it still settles into fine lines, as many reviewers already mentioned, and why I gave it 4 lippies instead of 5. This won't stop me from repurchasing, though -- I love the retro 70s vibe I get from this color, and it's hard to find a good peach (most are either too brown-toned or too pink). Great product overall from Revlon.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
SHADE DESCRIPTION: bright peach
- long wearing
This is an interesting shade with an unexpected finish. It's not matte; it has a slight sheen to it and the shade is much brighter than what you see in the tube. I like it, though. If you find it hard to wear, just pair it with a light pink lipstick for the perfect peachy pink lip.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This was awful on me. It doesn't cover my whole lip but just clings to dry patches, even when I didn't think I had dry patches. With a lot of work, by applying in layers with a brush and blotting between layers, I can get an almost-respectable layer of colour. And then I like it, because it is an unusual colour for me. It has a pastel quality without being too light. But then it collects in the fine lines of my lips and I don't like it again. I want to like this so much but I just can't.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Perfect peach lipstick for my skintone (nc42) but the application is chalky and settle into fine line of my lips...so i have to blend it with my fingers to make it more smoother. I wonder is there a dupe of this colour in Mac?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Blue
I can't wear nude lipstick because it just looks nasty with my skin tone, and it settles into any tiny line even if I exfoliate before hand. This smoked peach is a gorgeous shade between orange and nude. I do notice it settles into lines and crack at first, but I blot on the back of my hand, and reapply and light second coat and it makes it look normal.
If I don't wear any other make up it washes out my complexion, but with a little blush and eye make up it is such a pretty Spring look! This is my third Revlon Matte lipstick and I love them all. The clear top is perfect for seeing what color you are grabbing without having to open it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Smoked Peach is definitely brighter in person than on the photos you see on the internet. It seems like a pale peach on the internet, but in real life, it's actually a bright peach. I would describe it as a bright, pastel peach if that makes sense. It does settle into lines, which isn't very appealing, but it's also a bit drying.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love the colour, but it settles too much in the creases of my lips which is very unappealing. However, I make it work by putting on lipbalm half an hour before I apply it, then glossing it up, as you can see in the photo I uploaded (the one with the denim jacket). It's a beautiful colour that's not too nude, not too bright, good for the summer. I absolutely can't wear it when my tan has faded, as it makes my face look incredibly sallow, but it looks amazing with my tan. I'm not sure I'll buy it again though...