|Would buy this product again.||71%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I have worn this beautiful color since 2005 when I discovered it by accident. I was on a local drugstore makeup beauty binge when I found this color and another Revlon shade, Plum Baby. I actually combine the two shades for my very own lipstick mix: Copperglow Berry goes own first, blot, then a slick of Plum Baby. Voila! Lip Perfection! This combination is absolutely gorgeous with my golden blonde hair and brown eyes but I am sure that others could wear it too! I know that this review is for the Copperglow Berry but this is really how I wear this lipstick.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Great evening color, flattering on me (fair-skinned with auburn hair). Resembles Bobbi Brown Metallic Lip Color in Berry at a fraction of the BB price. The Super Lustrous formula is pretty good. I like that it has no fragrance or taste.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Should've checked the reviews before buying it. After swatching a ton of revlon lippies I decided on this one- i thought it was reminiscent of Mac O which is one of the most beautiful n flattering lipsticks i use. Not a bit- the shimmer is chunky, there is no golden sheen like mac's, the colour is deeper n kinda ugly on me tbh. Also it doesn't last as long. Also the glitter spreads all around face which never happened with O.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I absolutely despise this shade. I like this lipstick line and own many of the shades but this color looks terrible on me. I have dark skin and pigmented skin this looks PINK on me. Not impressed.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I love all the Super Lustrous lippies, non drying and great color payoff. This shade looks super dark in the package, but when applied to my pale lips provides a great color for fall/winter. It is a Pearl shimmer so it provides some depth and is not too dark at all. This is important to me because I have thin lips, so super dark colors make me look like rubber band lips. For reference I am NC15-20, green eyes, brown hair.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Meh... I don't know what possessed me to buy this lipstick. Berry lips look horrible on me. But the copper in it made me think I could pull it off. I thought it would be in the same family as MAC's "O" or the limited edition "Funbathing." It's by no means a dupe for "O" or even "Funbathing" on my lips. It's purple pinky (a soft berry), "O" is more red. To me it's more similar to "Funbathing" than "O" is, but "Funbathing" is 200% more flattering on me than this lipstick. The copper sparkles make it more interesting than just a plain ol' light berry lipstick, but it wasn't enough warmth to look good on me. But I am one of those women who turns every red lipstick pink. Swatched on my hand the color looks interesting and complex. It probably would look beautiful on someone who has the coloring to pull it off. On me, it's a hot mess.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
My absolute favorite Revlon Lipstick and really the ONLY one I buy consistently! Looks great with my fair/medium, complexion, blonde hair and green eyes. Pretty much the perfect Fall/Winter lipstick for me! No fragrance is a big plus too. I love it MORE than many high end brands I have tried!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I think this is my HG lipstick! I LOVE the color! I am so pleased with how well the color suits me. I have highlighted blonde hair and hazel (lets be honest - brown) eyes. :) And I have pretty fair skin..but still this berry/copper is gorgeous. It doesn't look like too much...it looks good for day or night. I just can't say enough about this. And, I love the pearl effect...it's the shimmery version of the Revlon super lustrous lipsticks. :D
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This lipstick is a lovely Fall colour that I can best describe as a very pearly, golden plum with a sheer, slightly dry finish. I don't really understand the many comparisons to MAC's "O" because that was really unflattering on me and pulled more red and coppery. I don't see any copper undertones in this shade despite the name. If I add Revlon's Super Lustrous lip gloss in Raisin Glaze on top - this gives it a warmer, coppery-pinkish-brown finish. [Yes, all those colours are in there!] I think the pearl finish of this lipstick gives it a more lasting finish, but I tend to negate that by adding gloss as alone it can feel somewhat dry on me. For reference, I have medium brown hair with dark eyes and light/medium skin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Pretty color in the tube, but I wanted it to show up as more of a berry. It was very purple/brown with copper shimmer. The shimmer I quite liked. But the overall color was too muddy. I was looking for a dash of red that would brighten it up for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
As a pale, yellow-toned redhead, it is hard for me to find plum lipsticks that look good on me. In general, the frostier, cooler, and lighter the shade, the more it just looks ghastly on me. Such was my fate with L'Oreal "Mica" l/s, which I recently tried. I had resigned myself to wearing frost-free, deep plums with some brown to them, but I still like the *idea* of a lighter, frosty plum and thought I would give this one a go as it has "copperglow" in the name.
It is definitely more flattering than Mica or similar shades, probably due to the gold rather than silver shimmer- though there is still a strong purple base. I don't get the comparisons to MAC "O" though- this is cooler and lighter. I am satisfied that I get to wear a frosty plum that doesn't clash with my complexion, though it still looks better on me if I play up my eyes and cheeks. Isn't quite oomphy-enough to light up my bare face. Nice Revlon formulation and packaging, though the perle/frost shades feel a bit gritty and are more drying than the cremes.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really wanted this to work, as I was looking for a KO of MAC O. But this is cooler, a bit muddier; just doesn't work like MAC O does. O lights up my face, makes my eyes blue, teeth white, and skin glow..this is kind of blah, accentuates ruddiness. It's going back to the store.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Copperglow Berry 470 from revlon is a fantastic find! for those days that lip gloss is not enough color, yet you dont want to look very made up- this is a great 'YLBB' shade, not too cool, not too warm, nice shimmer but not chunks of glitter. the formula has no scent, no taste, i wish it were slightly more glossy, it can feel a bit dry, but it is lipstick not lip balm so it is not a deal breaker for me. the lipstick lasts a while. this works day or night, the perfect shade for me (i'm NC30, brown hair and eyes) if you see it, pic it up!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
*GREAT* color (medium cool-toned true plum with copper shimmer). It's very high on my personal list of all-time HG lipsticks (most of which have been discontinued). I can put it on with my eyes closed and know that it'll look good. Doesn't need liner, gloss, or another lipstick to make it look just right, like 99% of my other lipsticks do. Definitely more plum/cool than MAC O (at least on me). If I could change one thing about it, I'd make it a little bit more moisturizing, but really, it's so close to perfect, I can't complain. Me: cool toned PPP, dark brunette hair, blue eyes. Note: The Colorstay lipstick in "Dreamy Dusk" is pretty similar, but slightly warmer.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I concur with comparisons between this lippy and Mac "O". If you have "O" you know it is a pretty complex color--a mix of brown/bronze, red, and plum. Copperberry Glow has a deeper plum tone in it than "O" and it is beautiful. I imagine this lipstick would be very wearable for a variety of skintones--great drugstore find. I actually think I like this SL formula better than Mac's--more creamy and very pigmented.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is a gorgeous color, it make my lips glow and it lasts a very long time. It is one of the very few berry colors I can wear, HG for me
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Green
In general, I have been very impressed with Revlon's reformulated Super Lustrous Lipstick, particularly the creams. I too, remember the often unpleasant smell and taste of the old formula (the reason I stopped purchasing Revlon years ago), and these are conspicuously-- and rapturously-- absent!
Copperglow Berry is a Pearl finish, and definitely one of the more unique shades in drugstoreland. It's an unusual neutral plummy-brown with a bit of copper and gold mixed in for complexity and depth. Actually, it's nearly identical MAC 'O' which I also own and love, only a touch more plum. Definitely a color that will work on many different skintones- both warm and cool- and is lovely for everyday wear. I highly recommend this color, and wear it often. I'll probably repurchase when I run out, but since I own this and the MAC version, it will likely be awhile before I'll need to.
Revlon has done a great job with the new lippies! Though I do seem to prefer the creams by far, all of the finishes offer superior quality to any d/s brand I've tried. They are long lasting, moisturizing but never slimy, and provide excellent pigmentation. It's very easy to build up color to the desired level of opacity, and they layer beautifully with glosses or other lipsticks. As far as packaging, I appreciate Revlon's decision to add a see-through top to the tube, allowing one to evaluate the actual shade (hopefully, they will improve on the rack swatches soon!)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
This is the only lipstick I have from Revlon's revamped Super Lustrous Lipstick line. I actually liked the formula and colours of the old line, but I disliked the heavy scent and the disastrously cheap packaging. The new version has no scent, the packaging is much less flimsy, and even the formula seems to be improved (not as cakey as the old line was at times).
Copperglow Berry is a lovely rosy berry with warm golden shimmer. On me (NC30-35), it does bear a slight resemblance - it's a bit less rosy/red - to MAC's O, which is one of my HG lipsticks. The lasting power isn't quite as good as MAC's, but Revlon's lipstick is also less drying. Overall, this is a very nice lipstick and when you can get it on sale, it's a super deal. I got mine for CA$4.99.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
A great neutral berry with a coppery overlay. Love the new formula. This will be a staple for me and I would definitely repurchase. AND I love the price!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I just bought L'Oreal's "Color of Hope" LE lipstick and was really bummed at how beigy-pale-pucey-blah it looks against my pale, yellow-toned skin (despite looking YLBB mauve in the tube)... so I was looking in my (embarrassingly extensive) lippie collection and "rediscovered" Copperglow Berry! Hurrah! Now here's an everyday neutral I can get behind. It's a little hard to describe, kind of like MAC "O"... the base color is a beautiful, deep mauve-plum, but there is a soft copper perle swirled throughout that gives lips a glossy glow without detracting from the depth of the plum base color. Complex, soft but not wimpy, pretty, and just the right depth for adding oomph and glow to pale skins. Don't you love "discovering" an HG at the bottom of your makeup bag?