|Would buy this product again.||78%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Revlon lipsticks are worth every cent despite the rather high price for a drugstore lipstick. I first fell in love with the ColourStay lipstick in Blush, which is a perfect MLBB for me. I decided to try Rosy Nude when I was looking for a deeper colour.
Product: The lipstick goes on creamy and is quite pigmented. It manages to stay on your lips for awhile, even through drinking water and eating. Of course I don't mean that it looks the same as when you first applied it, I mean that there will still be colour on your lips even if the colour has faded a little.
Colour: Personally, I prefer Blush because I think its more MLBB for me than Rosy Nude. But that said, lipstick colour is very personal.If you're looking for something more pinkish/nude, go for Blush. If you're looking for something of a deeper colour, go for Rosy Nude.
Overall: I would definitely repurchase Revlon lipsticks again (and forever!), but I would probably not purchase this shade again.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Perfect MLBB color for me personally. I adore this over the Rimmel lipliner in Tiramisu. A great color and staying power is average. Very creamy consistency, which I like, and the packaging is mega adorable! Quilted and Chanel-esque, makes my makeup bag so much prettier. Overall great product, I'm almost out and I must go out and get more.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Brown Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
The packaging on this product is LOVELY. It's reminiscent of brands like Tom Ford. I heard many good things and though I wanted to try a bright color I was scared that it might read as too glossy on my lips (and a glossy red is not so flattering on my big lips) so I went for this color. I was so surprised that it wasn't overly glossy at all but a semi-matte satin-y finish that's so amazing. I don't have any other lipstick like it. It stayed on pretty long and left a nice subtle stain. The color is lovely. On my skin tone, it's muted but adds that pretty oomph to my smile. Also, contrary to what other reviews have said, I actually like the shape of the lipstick. Its wideness helps cover my whole lip in a shorter amount of time. But then again that may be because I have larger lips. 5 stars!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I am a fan of Revlon Super lustrous lipsticks, and I am really liking the Colorburst. The packaging is fantastic and looks and feels very high-end. I love the all black, matte finish and that the top of each tube matches the shade inside. I think its, by far, the nicest packaging you can find in a drug store product and a close second to MAC. Like the Super Lustrous, these have no scent or taste, which I love. They go on very smooth and creamy and are long-lasting. "Rosy Nude" is well-named: it's a very wearable pinky-brown. Very pigmented with a slightly glossy finish. Really nice for fair skin.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
Such a great find for the price! This is the perfect MLBB color for my coloring (NC30-35, olive, dark brown hair & eyes). This really gives life to my lips while looking very natural. Packaging is OK, I prefer my lipstick tubes to be more "streamlined" looking if that makes sense, but it is DS makeup afterall. The formula is long lasting and fades to a beautiful rosey stain. The color itself is a mauvey rose that is right in the middle of sheer and opaque. I find myself reaching for this lippie for most every day looks. Will definitely repurchase when I run out!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I adore this lipstick. It's generally one I lean more towards in the fall and winter, because it is a tad bit darker. The Revlon Colorburst Lipsticks are definitely hit and miss for me, but this one is right on the bulls eye for me. It lasts long, and it's very flattering. It's also one of the creamiest lipsticks I've ever used. Some of this lines lipsticks, such as Pink Sugar and Icy Nude go on your lips rough, because the lipstick has these little bumps on it, but Rosy Nude is as smooth as it gets.
I think this is a great first time color for those ladies who've never worn dark lipstick before, but want to get used to the change gradually. This is a very wearable color, while being a little darker than your typical nude.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I'm Asian with NC 35-40 skin but running on the warm end of the skin tone spectrum to the point where a lot of "corals" end up coming up more orange than anything else thanks to my yellow undertone. My lips are highly pigmented with some purple in it, which inadvertently makes me look a bit sickly. This is a MLBB on me without it running too brown, too cool or two purplish as some colors I've tried in the past have. It's like an upgrade on my current lip color without the purple! There's not much of a scent to it, except for a very slight bit that I think is vanilla, but it's so discreet, I can't even tell. It's creamy, but I can't say that it's moisturizing, which is one of the lower points. I'd wear this with a balm to fix that problem, but otherwise, I'm really ecstatic that I finally found a "nude" lippie that works for me!
I'd buy it again and again if Revlon reissues this as it appears that it's being discontinued. I actually meant to go find Soft Rose, the supposed drug store dupe for Nars Dolce Vita, but couldn't find it and momentarily forgot the name as I was standing in the aisle (erm..soft rose..rosey nude....??). Rosey Nude was the only thing there that was "rose" anything on that sparse CVS set-up, so after doing a discreet swatch with a tube that had already been opened, I ended up buying it. If you do a search for swatches between Soft Rose and Rosey Nude, you'll find that they are devastatingly similar, but I quite like Rosey Nude, having never tried the former.
I have no regret buying this, except for the fact that I paid practically $9 for it, which makes it more expensive for a drugstore lippie, but cheaper if my other option was a high end lipstick. Well, after trying it at home, I ended up searching and placing an order on Amazon at a place that only had two tubes of it left. It looks like it's currently an item that's on either discount places, or running low on stock thanks to its discontinued status. Grab it while it lasts, or write an angry letter to Revlon so that they'd reissue it at some point.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Great MLBB for my NC 40 skintone. Its creamy and easy to apply yet drying at the same time. I always put lip balm under any lip product but even then its still quite drying. The colour didn't also last that long. But its pretty cheap (I got it on sale at Shopper's Drug Mart) so I don't mind re applying. I don't think I will repurchase though.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I like the color, but I don't love it. It looks much rosier than it does nude on me, and it's kind of too dark for my taste. I take swipe it on the tip of my ring finger and dab it on my lips to give it a stainy effect. Won't buy it again though.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I used to love this lipstick. My mom got it for herself for last Fall, but discovered that the color aged her, so she offered it to me. Before that lipstick, I stuck to lightly pigmented lip glosses, and getting a big girl lipstick felt nice. I loved the design of the lipstick right away. Color, on the other hand, took time getting used to.
I always thought that warm chocolate color lips are very feminine (Catherine Zeta-Jones in Intolerable Cruelty is a big proof to that), but felt that they are too much for my fair complexion. I have previously tried to find a nude lip color and ended up with yellowish lips that made me look sick (I am a Cool type and cannot take yellow undertones). Rosy Nude turned out to be a good choice for me, as it is warm brown with pink.
As far as application, at first, lipstick felt rich and creamy. I had to dab it on my lips and, like some other girls noted,I had to put on some gloss for more pop. However, I later tried tinted lip balm by Burt's Bees, after which my Rosy Nude lost its appeal.
The color suits me decently well. It will not fight with my complexion, but this shade has a warm undertone, so it will make me look rather boring than appealing. On my lips, the warm brown stands out, rather than looks natural, unfortunately. Moreover, as I tried more lip products, the feel of them became a priority.
When I put Rosy Nude on my lips it feels thick, like putting plasticine on my lips...I prefer lip colors that feel like butter, and this one is certainly not the one. Soon after putting it on I don't feel it's there, moisturizing my lips, like I want it to. I don't like that it has polyethylene because it makes me think of spreading plastic over my lips, and dimethicone, which just coats lips and seals in existing moisture.
I gave it two stars because the color suits me fairly nice, and I appreciate the packaging. Yet, because of how it feels on my lips, I won't be getting anymore of this lipstick line.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I've been looking for a shade like this for a long time! It's actually a salmony, warm pinkish shade, perfect for those with warm coloring who usually shy away from pink. It's hard to find this perfect blend of pink, coral, and brown!
I don't normally care about packaging, but this one looks nice--at a drugstore lipstick cost. I find the color on the lid is a good approximation of the shade inside.
I love that there's no scent or weird chemical taste. And no shimmer or glitter either! It's a smooth cream formula.
I took off one lippie because while this lipstick is not drying, it's not really moisturizing either. I need a little lip balm on top to keep my lips feeling soft. (I add a few dabs of balm after applying the lipstick rather than before. I find that it helps the color adhere better this way.) I love lip balm, so that's no biggie. But to give it a perfect score, I'd like it to be a little more moisturizing.
I find this lipstick to have pretty good staying power. It leaves a delicate stain as it wears off, which is still very pretty.
Overall, I'm really happy to have found such a nice formula and shade for such a low price ($6.50 at Walmart). I would definitely recommend this.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Hi dolls. I've recently purchased this lipstick and I highly recommend them to everyone. I've got nothing else to say because this lipstick is the perfect choice. Ciao!
Age: Unknown Skin: Dry, Dark Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
As the other ladies have said, this is a great warm nude color, perfect to just add a touch of something to your lips. The pigment is great; it successfully covers my duo toned lip color. My only hangup is it makes my lips ever so slightly dry. But I've worn primarily gloss for the past ten years so it may just take some getting used to.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is a great neutral color that goes with just about anything. I have very pigmented lips and this tones them down a bit and offsets the deep rose of my natural lip color.I think it is on the expensive side for a drugstore brand but the quality is every bit as good as the department store brands. I would have given the overall rating a five but the product did dry my lips out a bit. I use a dab of balm under the lipstick and that really helps. Not super long lasting but I don't mind that one bit. The packaging is really upscale looking. Revlon has done a nice job with that. I also like the color block on the top of the lipstick case. It is easy to pull this one from my collection and find the right color without opening it or hunting for my glasses to read the label! There is a huge color choice in this product line. I only have this one so far. I really need to get a back-up before it is discontinued. I do think, however, that this color might not work with all skin types. I am warm based with light olive/yellow undertones with quite pronounced pigmented lips and it works really well on me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
On my pigmented lips, this is definitely a "my lips, but better" shade. The color is very flattering on my fair-medium, warm skin-tone. It's subtle, but adds just enough color, and works with any make-up look. I love the classy packaging; black with a Chanel-looking, quilted pattern. The top clicks when you close it, reassuring me it's closed securely. Staying power is average; lasts a couple hours but I do have to reapply after eating/drinking. This lipstick does slightly dry out my lips, even though I apply chapstick first, but I don't use it every day so it's not enough to bother me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Rarely do I try a product and find it so great that I immediately panic that it'll get discontinued. This one I will not rest until I have several backups of it. This is a HG MLBB shade. I have pale neutral-to-cool skin and this simply defines my mouth like nothing else while looking work-appropriate, classy and simple all at once.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Sign of a great lipstick? Ripping the package open in the car, putting it on in the unforgiving natural light of day (sans makeup and sporting my glasses & a ponytail, no less) looking in the rearview mirror and immediately thinking to myself, "YES!" That's what happened with this one and the icing on the cake is that it lasted for a very long time with an even fade. As other reviewers have mentioned, I have been searching for a shade like Rosy Nude for years and have *finally* found it! For reference I am a fair-med., warm/yellow toned, blonde. This shade just "works" on me -- not too pink, brown, orange, rust (you know the drill.). Bonus: It makes me look pulled together and healthy. The formula feels expensive and applies beautifully, too. HG!!!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I ran out and bought this after reading blooiejagwa's review of it. I'm glad I did! It isn't MLBB - my lips are so pale - but it's a great color! Revlon had a series of nude colors some years ago, and I liked some of them, but think this one is better than any of those.
This color would look good on a lot of people. Others have described the color well - a rosy light-to-medium color with a hint of brown, but no tendency to look terra-cotta (terra-cottas look baaad on me). It definitely lights up my face. Nice texture too, and after a dinner of fried coconut shrimp there was still a teeny bit of color on my lips.
I earlier got the Colorburst in Carnation but don't like that color as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
My lips are actually bright pink to borderline neon depending on the weather, but this gives me a pretty, toned down MLBB that I much prefer. Lovely formula, not my fave as it's a tad drying, and the colour appears too flat for my liking (i like lustrous finishes) but nothing that can't be fixed with a pop of iridiscent lip gloss on top! A good, versatiilelipstick
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
My first purchase of Revlon Colorburst lipsticks, and what a great color to start with. It's a beautiful pinky-nude color. It is a soft, pretty color, easy to wear. It stays on amazingly well and is very moisturizing. I plan on picking up another one for a backup. Love!