|Would buy this product again.||89%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Another winner from Revlon! This is the most wearable shade of red I've ever come across. Almost every other red I've found has been "too" something...too deep, bright, sheer, or opaque. Not this one, though. It's perfect! I'm a NC25 and it brightens my face up significantly, and I can wear it on a regular basis without looking excessively done up. This shade leans orange in undertone, but that's a good thing if you're not a fan of blue-based reds. Also, fun fact: it made a cameo on American Horror Story:Asylum.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I am in love with this lipstick, it's the best red lipstick I've ever tried. It's a soft red, "my lips but redder" color that looks so fresh and demure. Most reds I've tried were too dark, bright, vampy, aging, caky, etc. This red is just perfect, light and creamy. I'm an NC20, my lips are quite pigmented (a mauvy pink), so it might look completely different on you. Seriously, give it a try, you might be surprised!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This was on sale at Target and I figured I can never have too many red lipsticks (nor Revlon SLs for that matter...), but this took me by surprise! This is a bright tomato red and while it doesn't whiten my teeth like blue-based reds do, it definitely brightens my face up (NC 25-30 for reference)! I like wearing this both day and night and any time of the year. This has the typical SL formulation, which I love. I will happily repurchase at full price.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
The best true red lipstick I've tried thus far! It looks so wonderful on my photoshoots. Makes me look like a femme fatale.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Ravish Me Red is a warm light red, with a splash of orange, bright but not neon. Perfect for warm skintones, especially in the summer and autumn, with bronzer and dark glasses. Wear it with matching lipliner and attitude! (I use Prestige Poppy lip liner.)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
edit: This looks BEAUTIFUL as it wears off, as well, leaves a soft coral stain. Lovely product!
Gorgeous slightly neon red, doesn't go ORANGE on me thankfully, v face brightrning effect-- particularly useful to perk me up for nighttime events. Love this with a cheap-o gloss (bronze) i got from Claire's on top. Highly rec this colour if u have warm undertones and want something with pep.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Lovely texture for a lipstick. Very creamy and moisturizing. I love that it's not metallic or super matte. Blends really well if you want a softer color, and absolutely love the orangey reds. I got it on sale for 6 or 7 dollars (CA). Good price.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This was my favorite drugstore make-up find this year. I had always been afraid to try out Revlon lipsticks because I thought they would have that old-lady lipstick scent to them, but after reading all the glowing reviews of this shade, I just had to try it. Fortunately, there is no scent, and the texture is surprisingly nice and creamy for a drugstore lipstick. As for the color, it's a poppy/orange/tomato red that looks great on fair/light skin. I can see how it wouldn't look so great on darker or olive skin tones, but it's very flattering on fair skin (either cool or warm). I also bought the Revlon Super Lustrous lipgloss in Firecracker and layer that over this lipstick for a more finished look. Orange red is a hot color right now, and the Pantone Color Institute just named orange red, or "Tangerine Tango," as the defining color of 2012. This is a happy, bold color that brightens your face and lifts your mood. Of course, the best part is that I got it for only $5 at my local drugstore.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I can see how this color would look amazing on someone with very fair skin. For me, however, Ravish Me Red is more like Ogle Me Orange, because orange is the exact shade it turns into on my NC 30 skin tone.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Black
I have bought at least half a dozen red Revlon lipsticks over the past year. Ravish Me Red is my favorite. I have fair, warm-toned skin, and while some blue reds look OK on me at night, they are pretty vivid in broad daylight and under fluorescent lights. RMR is definitely a tomato red lipstick, but it doesn't look orange on me. It has a coral hue to it, and I've gotten compliments on it quite a lot. It's an orangey, coral red, a very of-the-moment lipstick shade right now.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Initially I can't say that I was at all very impressed with Revlon's Ravish Me Red. After a night of swatch heaven in a local Target, it's odd to admit that I walked away with the only lipstick that I couldn't pry open and test out (for the entire length of the Revlon Super Lustrous lipstick tubes are sealed in perforated plastic). This was a blind faith sort of purchase for me. Even though I'd done a little investigating before hand by pulling up photos of it and reading some reviews here on MUA, I still wasn't entirely sure just what I was getting myself into.
Lately, my mind has been swamped with visions of the perfect bright, sizzling orange-red lips and I have been on a buying rampage. Three lipsticks later, I arrive at Ravish Me Red. When I got it home, eagerly ripped open the packaging and slicked it on, I realized that it was not the color that I'd been looking for. It's actually what I'd describe as a tomato red. While there is just a hint of orange in this lipstick, it shares it's warm influence with a touch of yellow as well. It's by no means blazingly florescent orange-red. Please, please, please DO NOT make the same mistake that I did by automatically translating "warm" to "orange". It's not always the case, ladies.
On my lips the color looked a little flat, perhaps because my skin is pretty neutral in terms of underdone. I was pretty disappointed. It wasn't until some days later after deciding to evoke my inner Dolly Parton and swirl on quite a bit of red colored blush when Ravish Me Red got a second chance. This time, Ravish Me Red looked beautiful. It paired with (almost too much) red blush made my skin look so milky and even. I was thrilled! Not only did I find a way to make this lipstick work for me, but I also discovered a new love for blush in the process. I also received many compliments!
The formula is the same typical Revlon SL formula with no smell (like L'oreal lipsticks- ack!) and pretty good lasting power. I'm thinking about picking up the SL lipgloss in "Firecracker" to layer over it and give it a little extra punch. Let's not forget how cute the name is either. ;)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Have been searching for the perfect red lipstick that is not drying or greasy or so saturated w/ color that the lips and nothing else.
I 've bought and returned about a dozen lipsticks ranging from 14.50 - 43.00 due to bad dept. store lighting. I did end up keeping Lady Bug from MAC but it's not as warm. Found this on sale @ Rite Aid for 3.99! The texture is light & moisturizing moderately creamy lipstick that feels comfortable without being too slick or greasy. This is a warm red-- a yellow red as opposed to a blue red. Have received many compliments-- make me blue eyes pop.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I've recently become reobsessed with Revlon lipsticks (I had a short-lived affair with the Mattes, then the Color Bursts, then my short attention span waned...) - for the longest time I stayed away from the Super Lustrous line because I (mistakenly) thought that these had a scent. I can now add the SL's to my Revlon love list, as they are creamy, pigmented and moisturizing with no scent! The finish for Ravish Me Red is slightly moist, but not glossy, just a slight sheen. I love the bright red-orange lipstick trend lately (see the color on many a J.Crew models' lips in their recent catalogs) and was eyeing MAC's Lady Danger as I'd heard that this was what they used for their photo shoots. I have a hard time with MAC's matte formula though, so when I saw Revlon had a color that I thought would work, I snapped it up.
As far as whether this color is a dupe for the color of Lady Danger, I cannot say... but, on my lips, Ravish Me Red gives the desired effect of a J.Crew bright red-orange lip. Love and would repurchase this or any Revlon Super Lustrous!
Edit: Swatched Lady Danger today and the color is much brighter (almost fluorescent like) than RMR, another big difference being the texture since LD is matte. I would say that RMR is LD's slightly toned down, big sister - the finish is more forgiving, the color is more suitable for everyday. Hths someone!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
On some people it will show up as more orange red coral than actually a warm red. It is a very warm red, so be aware of that if you have cool undertones. There is an orange base with only a touch of red. Since it is a good shade even though I didn't buy it, I still gave it a four.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I LOVE Ravish Me Red. I recently went on a red lipstick rampage, with a list of lipsticks to buy in hand. I bought this one on a WHIM actually, and it turned out to be my favorite of the lot! It's a beautiful warm tomato red. Although it is bright, it looks wonderful against my yellow-toned skin. I definitely recommend this to all my girls with yellow undertones! It's very affordable too. I think I spent around $5 for it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Green
This is such a pretty orange-red! I'm totally obsessed with oranges and corals right now, and this one is a perfect addition to my collection. It's nice and bright, but not a full-on red, which I think makes it more wearable. As always, the Super Lustrous formula is nice and creamy and very moisturizing, and has no scent whatsoever. I'm very fair with yellow undertones (NC15 in MAC), and this really brightens up my face. I currently have it paired with only some black mascara, and it looks really classic and not at all overdone.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I love this red. I have been searching for this shade of red--local CVS had a sale on Revlon lipstick, so it was dirt cheap. Now I imagine this will come off as too-orange for some people. But if you have light skin with yellow undertones, this is perfect.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Every red I've tried, including iconic retro ones like Fire and Ice and Cherries in the Snow, turns fuchsia on me, because I have such a warm skintone. Other reviewers are calling this orange, and on them it might be, but if you have light, yellow-y skin, it's a beautiful red. I got tons of compliments when I wore it today, and it lit up my entire face in a great retro way.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I lost my MAC Lady Bug lipstick that I bought not long ago :T but I didn't want to buy another one, so I was looking for a cheaper replacement. This looks pretty close to Lady Bug on my lips, although I cannot compare them side by side since I don't have it anymore.......
Nevertheless, I am satisfied with this Revlon one. For the price and the quality, this lipstick is worth five lippies in my book! I'd happily buy it again :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Now that I'm a redhead, this is my favorite red lipstick. It's a warm tomato red with a slight orange undertone. I've been looking for a red like this for so long, a red with some orange WITHOUT being super bright. This is more toned down than MAC Lady Danger for example, which is the same tone but much more vibrant. This is the wearable version.
The quality of the lipstick could be better. It's creamy but a little patchy, not quite as pigmented as higher end lipsticks unfortunately.