|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
Love this product!!! The color literally makes my skin glow and lifts my complexion. I've gotten so many compliments from guy friends while wearing this. It's must have for the fall.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
My search for the perfect red lipstick has continually brought this lipstick into my hand, amongst others. I finally gave in and bought it today because Meijer was having a BOGO on Super Lustrous lippies. I bought it fully knowing it was a blueish, fuchia red. I ripped open the packaging and applied one swipe across my lip balmed mouth & fell in love. This color is VERY bright when applied full strength. Heck, it is very bright when applied over balm to tone it down, but what a fun color! I was worried this would look bad against my skintone (N4) but I feel like it brightens me up, and I feel uber girly wearing it. I think that this can be worn for daytime over a few swipes of lip balm, but it may take some *ahem* balls for me to wear it full strength.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Bummer for my yellow toned complexion. I was looking for a bright red, and this product is bright fuschia. If I'm going clubbing, great but definitely not a lipstick I could even tone down for the daytime.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This color is nuts (in a good way)! This is technicolor bright, deep hot pink. I love the name and the fact that it's a classic, having been introduced in the 1950s. Honestly, this color will not work for many women, and if you're at all self-conscious, don't bother.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This lipstick is VERY PIGMENTED. But I will say if you want a "just bitten" look, this is the way to go. I remember seeing someone post something on Livejournal about this Fashion Ad, and how apparently it was "Cherries in the Snow". It was not the lipstick color, but I became intrigued (what a CUTE name btw). I bought it in a whim. I must say this is not a cherry at ALL. it's a mix of fuchsia and red. theres ALOT of pink tones in it. i dont know what tone i am (i'm pretty sure its warm though, i don't have cool colored skin AT ALL) i think its warm. my cool skinned friend looks WAY better in it then me, but I still love this lipstick very much. It lasts, moisturizing, and if you want a stain, it's your best friend :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A bright,cool-toned red that is designed to suit "Snow White" complexions.I am the wearer of the lipstick in the second photo above and I'm just not sure if it works for me.This colour is far from my usual colour range but this is part of the reason I bought it.I believed a colour like this would tap into my idea of a 50's Hollywood screen siren and would feel fun and sexy to wear.I usually reach for fake tan and bronzers but one day I thought "You know what?I'm going to appreciate my natural skin colourings".After hearing/seeing good reviews for this product I decided this would be the perfect product to bring out my porcelain skin tones.I had to wait a while for it to reach the UK and was really excited to buy it in my local Boots store.The price is great for the quality of the product,the formulation is lovely and packing is very sophisticated.
For someone who is used to light pinks,first time application was really scary!This is the first time I have realised the importance of lip liner as I was smudging all over the place.I tried dabbing it on instead but this left me with an uneven finish.This is probably not the products fault but more down to my inexperience.
So at first I thought "Great!Bright red lips that Marilyn Monroe would be proud of" and once paired with pale eyeshadows & mascara it really fittted in to the Femme Fatale/Classic look I wanted.However,I went downstairs to the kitchen where my mum was standing and she just said "What have you done to your lips?!" and explained that she thought it looked silly on me and over the top.
I knew this was a statement lipstick but the reactions I got weren't "wow,that lipstick is amazing!" it was more "woah,that's...erm...a...bright lipstick".Someone even said that I looked like a lightbulb with such a bright face!It's a funny thing that the reason I picked this lipstick (blue toned-will make me seem fresher,more awake and my teeth whiter) ended up being the reason it didn't suit me.The lipstick worked too well!
I'm still really glad it's on my collection though,I believe every woman should own a little black dress,perfume & a red lipstick.
If you are used to red lipstick (or perhaps the people around you are used to you wearing a red lipstick in my case) then this is a great buy.It requires confidence but if you can make it work then it will make you sparkle.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This shade has changed over the years. They have added more hot pink than red. It used to be a beautiful cool toned red with a touch of pink. The texture of these lipsticks is always good, but I wish they wouldn't mess with shades that are already classics. BTW, It took 5 or more shades of red lipstick for Marilyn to get the shade she wanted. From a very dark red to light red, and a shading method. I've seen the same thing on Dita Von Teese, so it can be done. Work in layers and start off light with a lipliner and brush. A shade similar to the former Cherries in the Snow, is Loreal Drumbeat Red.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this color even though I have yet to find an occasion to wear it other than around my house! This is a total dupe for NARS funny face, their cool-toned shocking pink shade for spring 2009. IMO it is actually better. and for 1/3 the price. I was pretty psyched to find this at walgreens needless to say.
obviously this is not meant to be an everyday pink, its for going out or when you really want to wear something fun! and I think it looks really good on most people contrary to what a lot of the reviews below have said. you just need to have toned down cheeks and eyes and be wearing the appropriate outfit.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I can see why this colour has mixed reviews. I'm very fair with almost black hair and eyes (Irish genes) and if you're my colouring this lippie is not for the faint or those who want a natural lip. It is a quite simple bright-raspberry red with a very blue base, best for the cool toned. Because I'm still young this looks fits into to the recurring bright lip trend. My only issue is that because it's so bright it doesn't wear fantastically but I am generally a fan of the super lustrous range so I can deal.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
While I was so excited about using this lipstick. I feel at my age it was just too pink for me. I was disappointed that it didn't work for me. Aside the color, the texture is great.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This is the drugstore equivlent of MAC's Ruby Woo-not red, but a fushcia that borders on red. Very retro, but not a true blue red. Despite that, I think it's a fun color and I like the fact that it last and lasts like most Super Lustrous lipsticks and has a matching nailpolish.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
ClassyChicka is wrong. Not only did she always mix at least 2 colors but the actual Revlon color she used was Cherries A La Mode, which has been discontinued for a very long time.
Anysnooch, I hate this color on me and about 90% of the people I've seen wearing it, although I do love Revlon lipsticks (hence the 2 lippies instead of just one)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm an Asian with very pale skin. and this lipstick is the best red I've tried so far! it compliments my skin tone and brightens up my entire complexion. I like to dab this on with my finger and create a "stained look". It's true that there's some fuschia hue to it, but if you're pale, most likely it'll appear more red than fuschia. The texture is ok too, but I'm mostly impressed by the color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Grey
Since nobody with a dark complexion has reviewed this, I decided to throw my two cents in.
I am about Queen Latifah's complexion, with skin that has cool undertones, and this colour looked fabulous on me. However, this is a bright fuschia shade-more pink than red, so your eye makeup and cheeks should be very understated, or else you'll look clownish or um, tarty (unless that's the look you're going for!)
The lipstick is silky and moisturising, and the staying power is fair but not the best I've had, so I had to deduct a lippie for that. It was also a little pricey ($8), but it is better quality-wise than the $2 beauty supply store lipsticks I usually buy. (You do get what you pay for!)
This is certainly not a lipstick for those times you want to blend in-your lips will stand out, so it looks best when you wear bright, cool colours like hot pink, turquoise and bright blue.
Side note-I love the name of this lipstick, which is something that caught my eye...since it's also the title of a song by one of my favourite singers, Vanessa Daou! I wonder if she wears this, too? :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this lipstick! The color is definitely red, just keep in mind it is for cool-toned skin, so you will not have an orangey-red if you're expecting that. I have very, very fair skin and light blonde hair and this color is fabulous. An added bonus is that the cooler tone makes my teeth look whiter . I highly recommend this!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is a really unflattering color. This was in the "red" category according to Revlon and it totally is not red at all. Like others have stated, it's fuschia pink -blech! Horrible horrible horrible. I just tested it on my lips after purchasing and I felt like a trollup. Now I really think I am color blind since I thought this would actually look nice on me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Nooo! I thought I could pull off this bright red due to my darker Asian GGG coloring but oh no, it is a GARISH cherry red on me. Just awful! Oh well, I had to try this because it's such a classic but it is soo not for me. I'm only keeping the tube in case any of the guys I know wanna dress in drag for a future Halloween or something...
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is a rev up your engine color! VERY pigmented, matte rose/cherry/fuschia. Great when you want some pop but better for night out, or with gloss, VERY bright. If they added a TOUCH of shimmer this wouldn't be so "in your face" (no pun intended).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I'm in nearly total agreement with the couple of reviewers who were positive that this was red - maybe Target has magical lighting? - until they actually put it on and it turned into BRIGHT fuschia. This was my first Super Lustrous lipstick purchase (I have several of the glosses, most of which I like), and while the lipstick went on evenly and feels comfortable on, I feel somewhat as if I've been tricked... I really wanted this to be red, but instead it's nearly the same shade as NARS' Hot Wired lipgloss, which I already own. I may try another shade of this lipstick formula, but for now I'm feeling a little leery; though I want to make this shade work, it's SCREAMING pink and absolutely not suitable for my work environment, and I honestly think it'd even be hard to pull off on a night out unless my face looked absolutely flawless (talk about a shade that draws attention to any and all spots!). What a shame.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Yay. This is a super bright not-quite-red cool fuschia. Very classic. This is one of the few colors that I need to wear a liner with, or else the color bleeds everywhere. Would probably look really great on fair-skinned, dark-haired girls.