|Would buy this product again.||82%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Thank goodness they brought in this formulation it has revived my interest in the brand they are super moisturising luster type finishes that are quite pigmented and no frost in sight - blush is a beautiful pinky brown MLBB nude on my Mac C40 skin its what Mac Hug me should have been im vey impressed I also bought it in peach the packaging is gorgeous sexy black quilted effect, the coloured cap makes identifying the colour easy in the morning - something i struggle with when it comes to Mac the one I want is always the last one i pick up!! thoroughly recomend these well done Revlon
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
UPDATE: Why would Revlon discontinue this product? Of the reviewers at MUA, over 80% of the reviewers stated they would buy this shade again. I sent them an email and told them to come read the reviews here. They discontinued this shade and added some really new funky colors. One of them is brown ~ No one has worn brown lipstick since the mid 1990's.
ColorBurst, Blush is a beautiful, neutral, rosy, nude, shade of lipstick ~ MLBB. Sleek, black packaging is very sophisticated and helps to make the lipstick look much more expensive than it's $9.00 price tag, which IMO, is too expensive for a DS brand. The only negative is that it lacks staying power ~ not a big issue, because I don't mind reapplying my lipstick frequently, and I don't like or wear long lasting formulas. This lipstick is not drying; it stays creamy and conditioning for as long as it is on your lips. It makes my lips feels so smooth and soft.
As another reviewer mentioned below, Blush resembles some of my other favorites from e.l.f., Rosy Raisin, and Maybelline, Totally Toffee and I think it's similar to Maybelline, Warm Me Up too. Blush is much prettier than the other three mentioned. This is the only shade that works for me from the ColorBurst line. I tried Rosy Nude, and it's too dark for me ~ will try it next winter. Maybe, I will try a peach shade next. This is an excellent product...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Very nice rosy color (MLBB). It is a mix of creamy with sheen, but NOT frosty! This is a great every day lippie that can go casual or get dressed up. It can't go gym clothes casual (MAC Patisserie is something I can put on with sweats and it works). But Blush is good for most every day looks. It does pull more coral if you wear a blush like Springsheen, with pinker blushes, it tends to look more rosey. This is the lippie I would use to replace my beloved "O" (MAC) that I lived in during the 90's. But "O" (as versitile as it is) is soooo metallic/frosty to me now.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love the texture of the Colorburst lipsticks, it's very creamy and smooth. I can't vouch for staying power, because I'm very moody with my lip stuff and will frequently wipe off what I've already applied to put on something different, but it seems to wear evenly. I've got no complaints with the packaging - it's very chic and sturdy, and the color is actually pretty close to the swatch on the lid. My only issue is that the swatches on the Colorbust lids don't show if it's a frost, and it's not mentioned anywhere on the labeling.
Blush is definitely a MLBB mauve shade that looks very natural with my coloring, with a little shimmer that isn't too frosty. In fact, the color is almost an exact dupe for MAC Viva Glam V - I swatched them side by side and VGV has more of a goldish shimmer, with larger glitter particles. Blush has very fine silvery shimmer. It's also very similar to E.L.F. Rosy Raisin and Maybelline Color Sensational in Totally Toffee (Totally Toffee pulls just a little more towards brown.) Some matte/cream versions of this color are Revlon's matte lipstick in Mauve it Over, and E.L.F. Rosy Tan.
This is a great shade for natural daytime looks, to balance out a more defined neutral eye, or just to even out your own lip color.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
This was a nice lipstick really natural and pretty. It was a "my lips but better" colour for me since my lips are quite pigmented. I thought it didnt really change my lips that much though just made them a teeny bit pinker almost coral and with a slight frosty shimmer.
I would reccomend to people with less pigmented lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Packaging: NARS and Chanel had a baby, LOL
Color: ML color with a tiny bit of shimmer. Someone compared to Modesty, but Modesty is my HG and I can say they are different. Blush is warm toned and Modesty is cool toned. That makes a huge difference in how it looks on me. I probably wont keep it. Return or swap. I think the warm color is making my look older? ugh, it's too bad! Nice packaging and formula!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I absolutely adore this color, even though it is just MLBB. "Blush" is a slightly frosty rosey color that is pretty much the exact same color as my lips. I don't find the frost to be overwhelming with one swipe, and the lipstick gives my lips a polished "wet" look. The formula is creamy and it glides on smoothly. Wear-time is a few hours and this color isn't too drying. This is my third color from the line and I will definitely repurchase. (For reference - NC25, black/brown hair with brown eyes)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
Unfortunately, I threw this product in the garbage after one day of use. The color did not work with my skin tone. Please note that this is a frosty color. I absolutely hate frosty lipsticks. The consistency is creamy and soft, but the color on my MAC NC 42 skin was not flattery. Also, I have pigmented lips which changes the color of lipsticks. For the price, I was deeply disappointed. Why in the world did they add frost to this lipstick? So disappointing. The problem with revlon lipsticks is that there is no testing the product before you purchase it. Whereas I love the soft nude, I totally wasted money and hate this color. When this happens, I am reluctant to try any other colors in this line of lipsticks. If you enjoy a frosty lipstick, you may enjoy this one. It is otherwise a nice pinky nudey mauvey color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This was my "test shade" for Revlon's new line of lippies when they were launched because I knew this shade would work for me. I would call this a peach rose-nude. It has fine shimmer in it. This type of shade amounts to an "MLBB" look for my coloring, so I tend to have a lot of lippies of this shade in my stash. This is pretty good, and a cheaper alternative to some of my pricier favorites that are in the same color family, such as EL Tiramisu, Dior's Box Office Beige, and some Shu that I can't remember the name of. I would prefer this without the shimmer but at least it is very *fine* shimmer and not frost. Blush isn't getting a whole lot of love from me at the moment just because it isn't super-exciting, but I know it will become a staple once I've tired of the bright statement lip color phase I am in ATM. Safe, office shade & it's always good to have at least one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Absolutely beautiful package, felt very smooth when applying, but alas, not my shade. I have pale skin and blonde hair and this looked like a light rose color. If this lipstick was matte, and not shimmery, it might have looked better. But a good color for most skin tones.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I wanted colorburst lipsticks ever since they made their debut in the U.S. They just came to Canada last week and I picked this (and soft nude) up. I am always drawn to MLBB lip shades. This one is light pinkish-brown, almost the exact same shade as my own lips but with shimmer. The colorburst formula is so amazing, it's smooth and silky, almost wet and cream-like, and has good pigmentation but doesn't look thick on your lips. I read in a magazine that these are supposed to go on and feel like lip balm. That's true, but these are smoother than most chapsticks. The packaging is divine too, it looks chanel-inspired. I can tell I'll be wearing this a lot.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am truly amazed at the quality of this lippie. I wasn't expecting much, but wanted to see what the hype was about. I ordered it online (not yet available in Canada---June is said to be the month of release) and had no clue as to what color I'd really be getting.
This lippie is not only moisturizing, but the texture upon application is smooth and the color is a neutral to warm pink with a satin finish. It does not settle into lines, and lasts about 4 hours (no eating) before needing a touchup to brighten up the color.
I would highly recommend this for an everyday neutral lip---gives just enough color to liven up the face. I look forward to purchasing other shades when available in my area.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my HG lipstick! I love the color and matte finish and have been trying to buy a back up but the drugstores are always out of this color during BOGO. There isn't much of a scent and it can be slightly drying, but the color is perfect for my NC25 skintone. The product is kind of sheer, but very buildable. I will be buying this as long as they make it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
The lipstick itself is imprinted with 'Revlon' much in the style of the new Chanel Rouge Coco lippies. Blush is a slightly frosty rosy neutral shade that would work well on any skin tone. The texture is creamy but a little on the drying side, pigment is lovely but I do feel the frosty aspect highlights my lines just a little.
Overall it's an OK lipstick, nice quality and with better than usual packaging for a low end lip product; however I don't feel like rushing out an buying another one. I found the range of shades to be lacking in the lighter colour spectrum. Also aussie retail $23.95 is a little OTT for Revlon.
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Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
Sigh. I should have known better. I am NC35 with purplish lips and this color is too sheer to show up on my lips. I already have Rosy Nude and Soft Rose and I *love* those so was hoping to get more of these but I need to stick to mid-to-dark tones. I noticed with Soft Rose that this lipstick is not totally opaque so should have suspected that Blush wouldnt have enough pigment to cover my bicolor purplish lips.
I would call Blush a slightly frosty brownish light pink. I still really like the CBs. Just not this color. I may stick with the Revlon SL lipsticks since they have more opaque coverage for drugstore.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love this! My current MLBB favourite! The colour is a nice neutral peachy-pink, with just enough colour definition to avoid "concealer lips" which I hate. It goes on slightly sheer, but the colour is easy to build. Lasting power is middle of the range, but I don't mind refreshing it after lunch.
I'm a NW20, and this was just right for me - Soft Rose, which I had great hopes for, somehow turned orange the instant it went on my skin. Bummer. I bought Blush and Rosy Nude, and both work well.
Edit: I've started wearing this with "Springsheen" blush, which brings out the peachy/apricot side of this lipstick, and now I like it even better! It goes pink when I'm wearing pink, but looks neutral-to-peach when I'm wearing peachy/coral colours with it. I'm in love! I think, for almost the first time ever, I'm going to buy a backup of this. Anything I love this much is bound to be d/c....
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I bought this lipstick with the nude color in a buy 2 get 1 free at ulta. This pink is a little paler than my lip color, but it is very wearable, and moisturizing. I usually buy department store lipsticks bc they don't have an offensive odor like drugstore lipsticks do (eg l'oreal lipsticks!) and this has basically no smell. Another reviewer said it smells a little plastic-y but it is very faint and only if you sniff it directly.. no smell compared to the color sensational lippies! I would repurchase.. and buy more colors! This lipstick is amazing!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
My perfect MLBB shade (very pale with light eyes) My lips have virtually no pigment so I *need* to wear lipstick and this one is fabulous - lightweight, perfect subtle color, very very slight shimmer to it. More moisturizing than my MAC lipsticks. I would actually compare this color to Chanel's "Naive" or to MAC's "Modesty".
My only gripes are that the packaging would be so much chicer without the lipstick color square on the top and it has a slightly offensive smell/taste (rubbery? almost?)
Overall for the price point it is a must buy. I am going to search for this EXACT color in a Clinique lipstick for the packaging and scent issues.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really like this lipstick and i think i am going to go buy backups because it is a nice tone which compliments my NC42 skin tone. It is really creamy which i love and can be put on by it self for a natural look. I love it and do recommend it, i think it would look on all skin tones <3
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Nice slightly cool milky mauvy-beige pink--not too pale for my slightly warm skin. I can't wear a very pale pink, I need some color on my pale lips. This is a good color for those who want a more sophisticated nude pink that doesn't look too teenager or porn star. I think it'll look even better in the summer with a tan. The texture of these is glosslike, superior to the Maybelline ColorSensational lippies, which are too thick and drying. But the Revlon Superlustrous are better than both of these.