|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I got a lovely US lady to CP this for me when I read all the rave reviews here but I was a bit put out when I saw how dark the bullet looked. Well I experimented and wore it with deep red liner and a little raspberry gloss in the centre of the lower lip and my husband told me straight out that it was the sexiest lipstick I ever wore. True anough we went to a wedding that weekend and got complimented a million times on my lipstick. It's a HG and I have well over a hundred lipsticks.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
A pretty berry wine shade of lipstick, but there's too many downsides to this lipstick. First of all, what's with the horrid smell and taste? Yuck! It smells funky and tastes really gross, like the costume makeup I used to wear at Halloween as a kid. Ew. Second of all, the lasting power of this is really terrible, after an hour or less, the lipstick really begins to bleed outside the lipline and you have to wipe off the colour from around the lips. If you don't "clean up" in between your lips look really weird because the colour has begun to seep out, it looks nasty. Lastly, the packaging is really ugly and outdated, it looks like something out of the early 90s. I know it doesn't really matter but little things count.
I think I'm throwing this lipstick in the garbage, overall I am really underwhelmed with Revlon products.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Blackberry is a very deep berry red. It looks good applied full strength or just as a stain, since it's not too scarlet-based. I see this as a very playful shade when applied full strength.
I have yellow-based pale Asian skin (NC30 in MAC foundations) and it is a mid-bright color on me.
Since it's such an intense color, I would use lipliner and blot several applications to ensure that it doesn't bleed.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Blue
I've always had a tube of this in my collection since my first one in the early '90's. It's a dark, warm, burgandy that works on me even though I'm a cool toned PPP. I like it on it's own, but I've also mixed it with various other colours (mostly red's I've found too hot) to make them work better. Looks fabulous if you line & fill your lips with a hot red pencil, blot, brush this on, & blot.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Revlon has done it again! I think this deep wine/burguny lippie is my HG red l/s because it really doesn't have any pink in it. I'm a PPP who loooves dramatic lips anytime, but I'm just not into BRIGHT red lips. Like another MUAer said below, its deep but doesn't scream "red lips!" Oh dear, I'm a Super Lustrous-aholic.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Huge rave for this lipstick. Fall is here, and I am ready to wear bolder colors, and this is definitely bold. It is a very deep, rich red-brown-berry without the pink as some ladies have said before. The texture is smooth and does not dry the lips, and it stays on for a while. There is no fragrance and no taste, which is wonderful.
Love, Love, Love this lipstick! I think it might be my HG red.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I had to try this one since it gets so many raves....it's a gorgeous dark wine-brown w/no shimmer. Doesn't really compliment my coloring, especially full strength, but it's a color that can be toned down alot by applying sheerly then adding a coat of clear lipgloss...you'll get a pretty sheer berry stain. I can see myself reaching for this occasionally, especially in the fall/winter months.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I recently discovered this shade. It is a nice berry shade for darker skins( I'm a NC43). It does go on somewhat darker, however when you blot it, it has a nice matte appearance. When I want a lighter shade but still shiny, I blot then add a shimmery lipgloss, especially in the summer. In the winter I will probably wear it full strength. It will pair well with the darker makeup shades of the fall. In general, I have worn Revlon lipsticks off and on over the years. When I first started wearing them the shade selection was more limited. However they seemed to have come out with more variety now. It is a good satin lipstick, not too slick and not too matte. And you can't beat the price. You really get get a good quality lipstick for the money. I still wear dept store brands but I will add a few more Superlustrous lipsticks to my collection as well.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is the perfect berry lipstick for me; when applied full strength it creates a dramatic mouth but when applied sheerly it creates a gorgeous berry stain. Revlon makes some of the best lip colors.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The color swatch for this one makes it look like a blackened prune color (I got the reformulation, so you can only catch a glimpse of the color through the lid window), but on my lips, applied thinly anyways, this comes out a deep berry red, a look I am totally into right now. I could see how you could make this goth looking if you wear it applied heavily, so that makes this a pretty versatile lippy IMO.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
15 years ago I entered my goth/punk phase. Black lipstick was nowhere to be found, but I found this shade and its the only lipstick i ever finished the entire tube! This was/is a beautiful, matte, deep burgundy that did not dry my lips and even stayed on after coffee, cigarettes and all that.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have been wearing Blackberry for about 10 years now; I remember my mom smiling when I thought I had "discovered" this shade, since it's been around since the '70s at least. Of my (literally) dozens, if not hundreds, of lipsticks, this is the one I keep in my bag at all times and seem to choose the most. It is a true, deep red that is perfectly balanced between warm and cool tones. Don't let the color of the lipstick bullet itself scare you; this versatile color *can* be applied full strength for an "oxblood red" effect, but works great over lipbalm for more of a berry stain. The texture is wonderful, too, as with all Revlon Super Lustrous lippies-- NO BLEEDING and no need for lipliner, yet not drying, either. Very important for a dark shade like this! This color is one of the few I can wear with no other makeup and look absolutely stunning and polished. It is dramatic, sexy, and yet deep enough that it doesn't scream "RED LIPS!" Simply the perfect red for this yellow-toned, golden-brown hair'd PPP.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
My first real lipstick was Blackberry and it's been the only one I've repurchased. It works great for day (I touch it on lightly for a berry stain) or full strength for night-time. This is the colour I turn to when I want to go with red lips. I'm a pale Asian and the shade works for my colouring.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I'm a PPP who looks good in berry tones but a lot of reds are too cool or bright unless muted. This one works. It's a semi-matte, creamy red wine stain that can be worn sheerly for a slight stain or built up to nearly a true red with full coverage. This is one of my favorite reds already, and I've just discovered it. This gets a 5 because Revlon's finally done away with that horrible scent.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Wow, I remember this one from yEaRs ago! Yes, I used to wear this one every day.
This color would look good on people other than myself.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This really is very creamy and the color is very pretty - however, it's MUCH MUCH lighter than what you would expect from looking at it. It's actually a medium to dark pink - not purplish or reddish as you would expect from the name. Doesn't last real long on the lips unfortunately.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
I love this lipstick. It has been a staple of mine since I was 16. my only complaint::Feels kinda dry on my lips, but I usually just wear it long enough to create a stain then cover with a clear gloss. almost perfect.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have been wearing this color for as long as I have been wearing makeup! This one has been a staple in my purse until I found Cliniques almost lipstick in the same color. I am a pale dark brunette and wore revlons with a lip balm over the top so it was just the right color. Still....Love it for the price!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this color! Revlon's been making it for at least 25 years (yes, I remember it from high school, when dark colors were a big deal in the 70's). It's one of the few dark shades out there that isn't overly blue-toned - in fact, it's definitely got a warmer red-brown base although it is a berry/wine shade. Revlon is an under-rated line, because it has great products at very reasonable prices, and the lipstick is no exception - smooth & even color that doesn't turn on you.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Blackberry is a rich red-brown-wine cream lipstick with no shimmer. It has no pink tones at all, making it very different from most "berry" shades. If applied full strength, Blackberry appears as a dark wine-brown or it can be sheered for a perfect reddish (again, not pinkish at all) stain. It is too dark for this PPP to wear full strength (I blot to make a beatufiul stain) but I imagine it would be a stunning shade for a self-confident woman with a darker skin tone. The texture is super moisturizing and creamy, so much so that I find it best to apply with a lip brush to give you optimal control. I have several of Revlon's Super Lustrous lipsticks and this has the most pleasant feel of all of them -- smooth, emollient, with just a touch of a glossed finish (not matte) yet it is an effective stain. This is a classy fall/winter lip shade with a wonderful feel on the lips.