|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Brown
!!Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss!! :D
- Moisturizing and creamy
- Nice and tall packaging
- Color range (Their are a lot of nice colors.)
- Applicator (It's a soft sponge texture, and the product gets on both sides of the applicator so you get equal amount of product for your top and bottom lip.)
- Price (They cost around $6 at Target, but I was lucky to get a $2 off coupon.)
OVERALL, I would recommend this lip gloss, I love it! :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
this products is ok. does the job my ELF lip gloss does(except this doesn't last as long). i'm not sure how much it is pricewise, but i can imagine it's something like $7 and up. not worth it in my opinion. but, i got this product free(in a freebie pack) when i got mascara, and i've used it a few times. as others say it's more of a bubble-gum pink so it makes me think of barbie and in turn of play-make up you start little girls off with. not really my cup of tea. i wouldn't buy it personally, at least not this color(i haven't looked at the collection but chances are they'll have another color i'd consider buying).
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
The colourburst line is now my HG lipgloss. I'm buying up all the pink shades and wearing them over lipstick. They are not sticky, they provide decent shine, and they don't run - I had a terrible experience with NYC lip gloss running down my chin - don't ask! Horrifying!
I just bought my 2nd Crystal Lilac tube because this is great for over lipstick as it is so light it won't change the shade of the lippie, just provide a more comfortable experience as my lips tend to get very dry.
Well done, Revlon!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This is a very pretty, semi-bright light pink. I thought it was going to lean more toward the cool side, with a hint of lavender, based on the color in the tube, but on me it is pure pink. No frost or glitter, which seems to be common in this line and I am happy to go without it! Slick, not sticky texture, but gets kind of goopy after wearing for awhile. Nice shine, but not so much that it is "glassy" (over the top). Only a little moisturizing, but that's not really its purpose anyway. Price is not bad and packaging is very chic. On a scale of 1-5 for lasting power, this gets a three; about average for a lip gloss.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
I love love love this colour and it's such a great colour on my lips. I find this is a great day colour it's a cute pink colour in the tube but goes on kind of sheer on your lips and gives them a nice pinky hue.
Love it. Would absoloutly buy it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Crystal Lilac is a sheer, bubblegum pink with a fine pink-purple opalescent shimmer/reflects. First off, I love the packaging of Revlon's Colorburst line. The black quilted design of the cap looks really chic, and has a higher-end feel. I also love the applicator. It's your standard sponge applicator, but it's slightly flatter, so it glides nicely across the lips and picks up a good amount of product when inserted in the tube.
The consistency of the lipgloss is really nice - It's not watery, overly thick or sticky. It feels pretty good on my lips and doesn't dry them out. It actually feels fairly moisturizing.
The color is sheer with a couple of swipes, but can be built up for more opacity. Although I prefer the way it looks when applied in layers (to show the true color), it feels a little thick on my lips, so I'll usually apply it sheerly or applied over a pink lipstick. Because my lips are pretty pigmented, when using this lipgloss alone, I like applying MAC Lip Erase to my lips prior, so the outcome is more of a baby pink.
Overall, really like this and recommend!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is an interesting colour in the tube with this "duochrome-like" effect. It has a dusty pink base with purple and pink shimmer. The two-toned effect doesn't show up when you apply it. In different lighting, you can see a slight purple sheen but it's mostly dominated by the pinky base of this gloss. The formula is sheer in terms of pigmentation and just enhances my natural lip colour when I wear this on it's own. Consistency is good; not sticky and the shimmer isn't gritty. Has a sweet vanilla-like scent and a moisturizing formula.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This is a beautiful pale lipgloss. I am super pale and most light glosses do not show up on me or make me look even more washed out. This gloss adds just the right amount of color, shimmer and shine. It just clicks with my coloring. I plan to stock up on these and I hope they never stop making it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The color is so cute, I was unsure at first but I really wanted a gloss to put over a nude lipstick. this is soooo cute it's very pigmented you can use it on it's own or over a nude lipstick that might wash you out to much for that bit of color. It's a cooler pink the name sort of gives off that impression based on that Crystal Lilac name. It has little purple shimmer in it but it's not ugly at all ! it's very cute you'd think on my skin it wouldn't be but I was pleasantly surprised.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly Eyes: Green
Crystal Lilac is a neutral pink with pink shimmer that shifts color to purple in certain lighting. Because the shimmer is super fine and in a very opaque base the shimmer is not noticeable unless you look at it up close. Instead it makes the whole lipgloss look different colors depending on the lighting. Very interesting... The base color of the lipgloss is very milky and opaque which makes it settle into fine lines in your lips and gives a strange look, like you applied a pink-ish concealer to your lips. Not so flattering. The texture is horrible, thick and goopy like you're putting paste on your lips. Maybe the worst aspect of this lipgloss is the smell. It reminds me of when you get a new product and you open up the package and you get assaulted by a strong chemically plastic smell. It almost scares me to think of what kind of chemicals it must contain that I'm putting on my mouth. Even if this color is more flattering on you than it is to me, I can't imagine anyone would be happy with the Elmer's paste consistency, toxic chemical smell, or the accentuating every fine line on your lips. Highly UN-recommended!