|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Long lasting and moisturizing,has a nice colour like candy apple and a shimmery light rosey colour, and also nice colour and satiny feel to it, it feels very secure on my lips like my regular lips, kinda like no lipstick or/and lipgloss at all, and the staying power is excellent and great, it's a regular lipstick top shelf for drug stores and that is a great shade, I own one, and it lasts for 8 hours like it's supposed tgo, plus it's smell is great. I have no problem with this popular lipstick on the market. I purchased this, and the pros are what I said the cons super expensive for a drugstore pricey lipstick which with the tax, this is weard but it pretty much almost equals up with the prices of the launched cosmetics line Clinique and MAC are only a few like $5 dollars bucks more..................
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I bought this lipstick and had it on my face for less than five minutes before I marched right back into Walgreens and apologetically returned it. Being a fan of the Super Lustrous line, I thought these would be worth a try.
The color was beautiful - bright retro colors that make a statement.
Goopy, won't last long on the lips.
However, nothing could have prepared me for the SMELLLLLL!!!! Oh my god this smelled like a chemical stick!! That was bathed in nuclear acid and aged for ten years! I couldn't stop smelling it and tasting it for hours even after I removed the lipstick. Will never ever buy again. Yuck!!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I currently own two of these lipsticks- one in blase apricot and the other in crystal cut coral. They're both pink colors, with blase apricot being the more coralish one. Crystal cut coral really isn't coral at all...so I don't quite know what's up with that. It's more of a frosty pink. Anyway, blase apricot is definitely one of my most used lipsticks. It's so creamy and it stays on forever. I blot it with my finger to tone down the color for school, but on the weekends I wear it normally. I really love it. The coral one, however, I don't like as much because I find it slightly drying. I like the color, though. I will definitely but more products from this line. Also, the packaging is very cute. It's a pretty green tube with a gold case around the lipstick and a gold stripe on which it says 'Revlon'. The only con is the chemical scent/taste. Maybe it's just me, but I can't stand it! If you're not sensitive to the scent, I would definitely recommend these, but I don't think I'd repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I use a lot of lip stains because of their lasting power and barely-there feeling, but recently They'd begun to really dry out my lips (with the cold weather coming and what not). so I found myself deciding to give lipstick a try again. This was definitely a good purchase for me :) I love the moon drops line, for both their colors and moisture boosting power. I have frequently dry lips, so this line from Revlon was definitely appealing to me. I own 2 tubes (Hot Coral and Love That Pink), along with the Lip Conditioner (which I love!). The colors are bright, so a little bit can go a long way. I find that these lipsticks actually have pretty good staying power for a lipstick, and feel light and moisturizing on the lips. I also noticed this stuff doesn't feather or cake around the inner corners (a problem I encounter sometimes), so I love that :) Yes, it does have that "old lady makeup" smell to it, but it's not that strong. And I happen to like it as it reminds me of my mom's expensive department store makeup I sometimes borrowed when I was younger :) I can see why moon drops has been around for years years! I can't wait to buy more colors :) Definitely recommended for those with dry lip problems.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
What a blast from the past seeing this lipstick again. It's readily available at every drugstore, but not a popular choice. It's often stowed away in a dark corner of the Revlon display section. The only colour I purchased from this line many years ago was called Persian Melon. It remained one of my favourite bright shades for the first little while when I just got it. I gave up on it due to one unattractive feature: its old lady fragrance. I could look over that feature had the fragrance dissipate with wear, but it doesn't! The smell and taste absolutely lingers until you remove it. I really wished Revlon would make this unscented, but alas, I can't recommend it even if the colour payoff is amazing.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Moondrops lipstick is a classic bright lipstick shades that put some color back in your face. The creators of this line was brilliant. I have Blaise Apricot a beautiful hot coral, Persian Melon a bright watermelon pink, Coppermist bronze a deep bright mid toned rosey frost, Sugar Poppy a reddened orange frost, and My mums fave Soft Silver rose a bright pink shade that makes your teeth look ultra white.
Mac and others are launching the bright lipsticks for summer. Save yourself a ton by buying these. Yes they have a retro smell and look, but Im a child of the 80s and every makeup we had had a heavy smell. Some formulas are more moisturizing than others. A fun kick in the pants if your tired of neutrals, MLBBs and want to break out of the mold.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I bought this lipstick in lilac champagne today from Riteaid because it was on clearance for $2.25 and good thing it was so cheap otherwise I would be very disappointed. The colors are to die for, but the lipstick has a horrible perfume like scent to it that I cannot stand. It gave me a headache. It also has a pretty nasty taste that I can't get to go away even after removing the lipstick. I'm just glad I didn't get all of 4 or 5 of the shades I wanted.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Grey
I looooove this lipstick. I was at a makeup sale and scouting for a nice coral/orange lipstick, and finally found this one, the last one left in the whole store. I got it at a bargain price of NZD$5, when it is usually $25, and I was so excited. I have it in the shade 'frost'. I really like how the packaging is green, and so I can always spot it straight away in my makeup bag. I know some people don't like the smell, but i really do. It reminds me of my Mum haha. yeah overall i looooove the colour, and have had lots of compliments on it. highly reccommend the colour 'frost' for a bit of colour :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
That taste. It's like I licked my hand after washing the dishes. It smells like detergent too! It doesn't fade and is extremely off-putting. This is really disappointing because Blase Apricot is a great color, but still not worth it.
Plus, what joeyanna says is true-- there were (and still may be) toxins in the Moon Drops formula. Don't buy it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really love this lipstick! I have it in Orange Flip and Blase Apricot. I love the colors of both, but I love Orange Flip a little bit more, as I tend to have dry lips and it seems to show much less with Orange Flip. The bright color is also so cute. Blase Apricot is more toned down for days at school. The formula is nice and moisturizing and the staying power is great. The smell takes some getting used to, but I don't mind. I definitely like the Moon Drops formula.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Black
Back in 2004, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics revealed that the Revlon Moondrops lipstick line contained "phthalates, which are known to cause birth defects in laboratory animals" as well as "toxic glycols and organic solvents." Just Google "Revlon moondrops lipstick toxic" and you'll see the search result with the press release. I can't say I'm too surprised by this, since the smell and taste of these lipsticks are really, really harsh in a bizarre chemical sort of way. Revlon's other lipstick lines are great and have very similar shades, so I would suggest avoiding the Moondrops line if you can. Edit: They redid the formula of the lipsticks after 2007, but their toxicity levels are on average still higher than the other Revlon lipstick lines (which are mostly on the lowest level) according to the Skin Deep Cosmetics Database.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I own one of these and I will never buy another because of the smell. The smell is an extremely harsh chenmical/soap/detergent smell that gives me a headache and ruins the taste of my food and drinks. Literally tastes like you're sucking on a dryer sheet. I like the color I bought (PeachSilk) and how pigmented and smooth it is, but the smell absolutely ruins it. I would not recommend this to anyone who is sensitive to strong or harsh chemical smells. I can't think of one reason in the world why a lipstick should smell like this. If I hadn't read all these reviews, I would have thought it was contaminated by some industrial cleaning chemical they used on their processing equipment! Good lord. For me, the smell did not fade after a few minutes. Hours after I applied it, I can still smell and taste it as strong as when I put it on. So for me, a huge fail :-(
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Green
One word: LOVE. Revlon makes the greatest drugstore lipsticks by far, and the Moon Drops line is no exception. Moisturizing, great pigmentation, and most importantly, the selection of colors! There are so many bright oranges and pinks, I'm getting giddy just thinking about it. So far I own Blasť Apricot, Hot Coral, Lilac Champagne, Orange Flip, and Peach Satin. They are all cream finishes, and all look so great on. I know a lot of people don't like the heavily fragranced scent of Moon Drops, but I actually like it. Very nostalgic feeling. And the scent disappears in a couple minutes anyway, so it's not even big deal. I highly recommend this line from Revlon, and I'll cry if they ever discontinue it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This was one of my dear departed aunt's signature shades when she was younger. I remember being in middle school and trying to emulate everything she did--one time asking her, "What is your lipstick shade called? Apple Polish she replied." I never bought the shade as I was too young for it. I am not too young now. I saw it on drugstore.com on a BOGO 50% off so I ordered two, site unseen. It is almost a dupe of E.L. Frosted Apricot but a little lighter feeling on the lips and a little pinker, but definately in the orange-red family. It brightens the face and looks fantastic with this spring's fashions. This shade made Aunt Tootie's blue eyes pop and mine, too. I hope they sell Revlon in heaven, for her sake and mine.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Nice pigment, bold hard-to-find colors and interesting formula makes these lipsticks different from others in the drugstore. Not for the faint of heart, the pigment is intense and the colors are retro but still current for those of us who wear lipstick in the more traditional sense. The formula has a scent that others have described as unappealing. I am not fond of it either, but it doesn't dissuade me from using them. I think the formula has a gel-like consistency as compared to a shea butter like consistency in the Lipstick Queen sinner line. Moon Drops lipsticks are full of oil, so that may be why it feels a little lighterweight than a shea butter formula.
I think these are drying and I try to use a primer underneath. I have the colors Goldmist Bronze, Sugar Poppy and Crystalcut Coral. Other colors are great too and I'll be looking to purchase more, particularly Chinaglaze Red and Apple Polish.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have been using Moondrops lipstick for years in Goldmist Bronze, which is actually a rosy color with slight shimmer to it, not too matte, not too frosty. Paula Begoun the Cosmetics Cop doesn't give it a good rating because of the smell. Well, I had actually never noticed the smell; it doesn't bother me at all. What I love is the way it goes on smoothly, its creamy without being goopy and it has pretty good staying power. Its very reasonably priced and has a good range of colors. I recently bought Sunny Poppy on sale at the AF Exchange for around $2. It is bright with a little more orange than I normally wear, but its a fun color and a good pick me up on dreary days. I think the green color of the case has been around since I was a teenager, a long long long time ago and I find that quaint. I actually like Moondrops a lot better than Revlon's Super Lustrous which Revlon claims is America's favorite lipstick according to Paula's website. I just find it too gooey and with not enough staying power.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Moon Drops Bamboo Bronze is one of my HG lipsticks. I have worn it for about 12 years now and just love it. I am a MAC NC15 with some freckles, brown eye and dark red hair and the color is perfect on me. The formula rivals many HE brands. It is creamy and very moisturizing and wears well. The formula can be applied fairly sheer or pumped up for more pigment. The price can't be beat and can often be found at Ulta or other drugstores at a 2 for 1 sale so the price usually comes about to less than $5 a tube. What a steal for such a great product!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I love these lipsticks.. not only for their amazing shade range, texture, and price.. but because they are old school. Moon Drops lipsticks have been around as long as I can remember! I used to think they were old lady brights. Like the type of lipstick you see on a tanned 70 year old in Florida... it was a trend some of them still hold onto.When I say bright, I mean they can rival anything MAC has in it's shade range. The colors you cannot find in other drugstore brands is in the Moon Drops line. I love the scent because it's the classic Revlon scent they did away with years ago in their other lip products. There's just something about it! It takes me back to memories of putting on my play lipstick as a kid, and smelling it as I put it on. I give Revlon credit for holding onto these lipsticks and keeping it real. When something works it works! The green tubes are easy to find in your bag, too. If you don't love the bright shades, they also have plenty of others that are wearable for every day.
Colors that I recommend:
1. Blase Apricot--a MAC Vegas Volt dupe, and the Pan Am flight attendant shade from the 60's. It was called Persian Melon, but they changed the name.
2. Persian Melon-- a hot bright pink that's almost neon.
3. Hot Coral-- Dupe for MAC Lady Danger, only it's not matte.
4. Orange Flip-- a red based orange, and it is stunning. Popular among bloggers.
5. Peach Silk-- a more true orange, easier to wear.
If you're looking for authentic shades from the 1960's, this is where you'd go to get them.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Got it in Sugar Poppy, my favorite shade. I had to order online because I couldn't find it in any store around here. The scent doesn't bug me, I like the scent actually! Will order more!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought this in Blase Apricot and it was pretty much the exact color I was looking for. It matches a discontinued coral Chanel lipstick that was my HG closer than anything else I've come across and it stays on better than the Chanel lipstick did. Yes it is HIGHLY PIGMENTED so if I want something more subtle I just dab it on lightly. It does have a scent I'm not in love with but most of the time when I put it on in the morning I really don't even notice it once it's on my lips. It's bright and summery and I love wearing it with just some light blush and mascara. It's cheap, it's a great color that is hard to find and it works.