|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is #1 neutral, long-lasting lip color I've ever found. I wear long-lasting lip paints almost exclusively since I hate to reapply constantly. I blot eternally tan to give it a softer, more lip toned color and it lasts at least 8 hours unless I eat something greasy. Covergirl has a neutral brownish lip-toned shade as well, but unfortunately they don't print the name on the container--only on the box--and I never could find it at the store again. Since Revlon has it on the tube to remind me, it makes a replacement easier to find :) Too many good products out there to bother searching the rack.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Best of the longwear lip products. Truly lasts until you take it off. Doesn't flake or roll up like Outlast, and lasts better than the Maybelline long last product (my second favorite).
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I cannot believe I've been wearing this since 2004! I have yet to find anything that wears as well or looks as good (warm YLBB). I outline my lips with this, then press them together a bit to fill in. After 15-30 seconds I blot off the excess. If I wait another couple of minutes before adding gloss, the color really will be there 16 hours later. I use Prestige VinylWear instead of the gloss that comes with it (which I think is pretty worthless).
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
As someone who really loves Lipfinity and Outlast, I had to try this new version from Revlon. At $9.50 it is rather expensive but after hearing good things I took the plunge. Picked up Eternally Tan, a great nuetral light brown with touch of red that really just gave my lips such a YLBB look. I loved it! It stayed on all day without flaking even through eating. And I love the glossy end, more like gloss than the chapstick tube we have been applying from Lipfinity and Outlast. I immediately rushed out and purchased Timelessly Tawny. The lightest pink shade. A light pink with mauvey undertones very similiar to 180 from Lipfinity but i forget the name. I loved that revlon had a better colokr selection than the other brands in terms of lighter more nuetral shades. I have about 20 of the other two brands and all have to be mixed to tone the shades down to more nuetral colors! The lighter shades also wore better in Revlon in terms of not so wrinkly like MF and CG. I dont have too much of a problem with flaking unless i wear them too often. But normally my lips look great when I slide it on once or twice a week! Love this stuff and I will be getting more!
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I am a blonde with yellow undertones and Eternally Tan is a flattering coppery brown, not too dark. Probably mid-range, colorwise, between the lighter Sheer Mocha and darker Always Sienna. I have both of those as well. Take the time to apply a thin coat carefully using a lipbrush, letting it dry while you finish your other makeup. Then apply another thin coat if needed or apply the gloss. Darker colors show more wear or bits of dry skin. Not terribly drying, just a bit, so I tend to use regular lipstick on alternate days.