|Would buy this product again.||84%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
This gloss is expensive here in NZ ($25) but I got it sent from the US for $6. For $6 it's a great gloss-a little sticky but the colour is great and it stays on for hours-even when eating and drinking. It's a bright pink but it looks really natural on and the glitter in it is more like a shimmer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I just rediscovered this gorgeous gloss so I decided to review it now. Revlon saved me a lot of money on Chanel when they came up with this line of glosses. Texture is better, color range is not as wide but there are lots of LE glosses for my color whims. This is one of my favorites - bright, but natural pink that screams spring to me. It's a dupe for another one of my favorites - Lola Stardust. I love Lola, but as I cannot find it in my local Sephora anymore, I will give Revlon another look.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
An opaque version of feelin flirty. Very gorgeous fuschia shade with silver flecks!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
First let me say that I have a difficult time finding a nice pink colour that is visible on me but doesn't look garish. This colour is a nice deep bright pink that looks good on my yellow/orange toned skin. This formula has just the right amount of sparkle for my liking. It also stays on quite well, although like any lipgloss it will eventually wear off. I like the scent, it's somewhat sweet but also a tad medicinal (but not in a bad way.) I also find the package appealing. I'm such a sucker for pretty packaging. I said I would purchase again, and I would if I ever run out of it but the likelyhood of that happening is pretty small as I have about 80 + lip products and I wear a different one each day. And as an added bonus for those that care, Revlon does not test on animals. I won't buy products from companies that do :-)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I got this baby for $1.87 in the CVS clearance bin. It looked a bit bright and I have a good collection of pink glosses already, but for, again, $1.87, it seemed silly not to bring it home. Well, I like it MUCH better than the Chanel Glossimers. Not sticky, no pulling hair out of it throughout the day. It's a vibrant, but not trashy, cool medium pink with a whisper of purple. Don't be frightened, it's pretty. It has a bunch of kooky microglitter, but it doesn't have a "teen " look, more just summer fun. If you wipe it off prematurely, the glitter stays on your lips. Just an observation.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this as part of a small makeup lot on eBay for a good price. It's a bright pink, a little on the purplish side, with a silver shimmer. In the tube, & especially when you first pull out the applicator wand, it looks like such a bright, scary pink that made me pause. But if I apply just a thin layer, it doesn't go on OTT bright, looks nice, & brightens up my face. To pale it down even a little more I can apply it over a clear or pale nude gloss too. If I were to layer it on a little more heavily, it would probably be more for going out in the evening & maybe be a little too much for daywear (for reference, I'm quite pale -- usually the lightest shade of makeup foundation matches my skin well, except in the summer it's maybe the 2nd lightest shade). Overall though, I like it, & this color looks nicer on me than I expected, as warmer colors usually look better on me. I'm sure I'll be getting quite a bit of use out of this in the coming summer months.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Sundipped Orchid is a reasonably pigmented fuchsia with lots of rose microshimmer. It's a bit too OTT for daywear but great either on its own, or applied over a similarly-toned lipstick to add some glamour to an evening face.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
It looks like a medium pink/fuscia color in the tube, with silvery sheen to it, and tiny silver glitter. Very, very pretty color.
It isn't nearly as pigmented as it looks in the tube, it goes on as sheer sparkley pink, with a fuscia tint. Very shiny, and very pretty.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This looks great in the light (night or day) because of the beautiful shimmer. Of course, it may be a bit too flashy if you want to look professional. But it's fab if you want to be a bit flashy. ;)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm a huge fan of the SL lipglosses. I'm only a few away from having every colour in the line. My least favorite of them all is this one. I actually don't mind the colour, although it's not a very versatile colour (I can only wear it with certain colour of clothes). The glitter in this lipgloss is really horrible. The other lipglosses usually have microglitter, which enhances the glossy look rather than the glitter look. But you can actually see each and every glitter particle on my lips. It's really rather unattractive. Good thing I bought this on sale for $5 CDN.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Sundipped Orchid is a highly pigmented medium pink with cool tones and some shimmer. Applied sparingly it looks fabulous. However, I do find that it is too bright for my preference and won't be buying this shade in the future. As with any SL gloss, the texture and packaging are excellent. The price point is unbeatable at $5 CAD on discount. Get them before they disappear!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
"Sundipped Orchid" is actually a soft vibrant pink (if that makes any sense) on me, granted I do not apply more than one layer. Now that my skin is just a bit darker for the summer, it looks great and seems to brighten my whole face. It could very well be too much for winter-pale skintone, but for now it's perfect. I hope Revlon will consider adding this colour to the regular lineup...else I'll have to pick up another tube or so thanks to its "limited edition" status.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Gorgeous color! Liz Hurley lips here I come! I have to admit that I first took notice of this on the mua boards b/c of the name, "sundipped orchid." I knew right away that it would be a pretty color, b/c orchids are so lovely. I was not disappointed. This is a LE so it was sold out everywhere but I found it on a road trip to a little town in Florida & I was excited. Nice texture, not sticky, you can apply a light layer or a heavy layer for a more dramatic effect. Lasts a long time! Even better, I mix it with Coral glow & I'm ready to go!This makes me think twice about venturing into higher end l/g! But of course as a l/g lover newbie I will try every thing once!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is a fuschia-colored lip gloss in the tube. On me, it looks like a bright, kind of purpley-pink with shimmer. The gloss itself is a bit sticky but not too bad. I put this on very sheer because I think it would be too bright on me if I layered it on very much. It's a nice gloss for summer, but don't think I'd repurchase. It's just a tad too "loud" for a somewhat lip shy gal like me. :)
Costs between $5.50 and $6 USD.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
You must think I'm crazy by now considering this is my 4th Super Lustrous gloss, but hey, I can't help myself ok. Sundipped Orchid looks like a bright fuschia in the tube, it's also a more pigmented gloss compared to the original Super Lustrous shades (I'm looking at you Cherries in the Glow). But I apply it sheer just like my Coral Glow and it looks great. It's still fuschia, but goes great with my warm GGG complexion. I did however take off one lippie because I found it a bit too bright to wear during the day. Considering I have no life, it might be awhile before I can wear it during the evening (no...really..). Great consistency, long lasting, smooth, creamy etc. Try these out, you won't regret it. :o)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is defiantly one of my favorite Super Lustrous glosses. Sundipped Orchid is a pigmented fruit-punchy pink with multicoloured micro-shimmer (you can see the multicolour effect best in direct sunlight.) This is part of the new summer collection, and most likely is limited edition, so do pick this one up while you can!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
Very pretty pinky/plummy l/g with gold infused shimmer.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this gloss! With my dark complexion, the pink looks awesome on me. It's a magenta-like pink with shimmer. I took a lippie off for the price. I think it should be more like $4.00 for it to be a drugstore brand lipgloss. I think this gloss is an "everyone" shade which means everyone could wear it. Sundipped Orchid could go on even the DARKEST skin tone.I only bought it cause I saw it in a Teen People Magazine. But yes, I will repurchase this....when the price is right.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
love this color. full of pink pigment and goes great with my tanned Asian complexion. (It's not as bright as it seems in the tube -comes out a pink/fuscia sheer) It really is too bad that this and Coral Glow is LE; they're very pretty shades that I wouldn't mind buying yearround. Love these new Revlon glosses! I have 7 of them already!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Far, far too pink on me. I was hoping for a more sheer (like most in the line) hint of color gloss, but HOLY CRAP THIS IS PINK. Pink and fuschia together. Eep! Way too much on me. The shimmer is nice, and it looks OK with a teeny dab of it mixed into a clear gloss, but that's too much work for me :-)