REVLON HD Laquer Lip Gloss

REVLON HD Laquer Lip Gloss
Revlon Ultra HD Lip Lacquer in Pink RubyHD Laquer Lip Gloss

4.3

12 reviews

75% would repurchase

Package Quality: 3.9

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 3.9

Price: $$$

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Age: 44-55

Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

I have the Rose Quartz one and I love the color. I would wear it all the time if it weren't for the formula. The brush tip makes it go on gloppy and it irritated the skin around my lips and makes my lips feel dry. Really occlusive glosses bother me which is why I can't wear things like MAC Lipglass but I thought I'd be safe with a Revlon gloss. Bummer because I really like the color.

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on 4/4/2018 7:14:00 AM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Green

I have one of these in the shade Fire Opal (560) and it is a gorgeous color. It's the shade of red I wanted (warmer, leaning orange instead of blue), and the pigmentation surprised me. But that's all I like about this stuff.

I hate how sticky this stuff is. It reminds me of the super cheap glosses I wore in middle school. The smell adds to that feeling. It actually has a tolerable scent (a little sweet when it's on my lips, but in the tube it smells more like play doh or crayons or something, mixed with paint...not pleasant), but not one I'm thrilled with.

The applicator is really not my favorite. This would have been much better if it had a doe foot applicator, but it has a short brush instead. I HATE brush applicators for lip products. Probably because of that, the product doesn't apply evenly and I have to keep going over and over it to smooth it out.

Because it's so thick and sticky, I have to wipe most of it off the brush before using because a ton sticks to the brush when it's pulled out of the tube. (That could be a "pro" for other people because it means it will probably last longer.) And it really, really does not stay put on my lips. I don't think I've worn this more than maybe 3 or 4 times because I got so sick of having to look in the mirror every 5 minutes to make sure it wasn't streaking across my face (it usually was).

As it fades, it looks horrible. It settles into the lines in my lips/any dry patches so I get this weird striped look that isn't great. Wear time isn't very impressive either, at least for me. I have cheaper glosses that last longer and aren't as sticky or smell as weird, so I'll probably be sticking to them.

I hate that I didn't like this more, but the formula doesn't work for me. If it wasn't so sticky, I might consider getting a lighter shade so the fading and smudging isn't as noticeable, but this stuff makes me feel like my lips are almost glued together and I really don't like that.

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Age: 25-29

Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool

Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Blue

Good drugstore lipglosss. Gel lipgloss and it's a HD-type. Revlon make some good stuff this time. I love the thickness and tackiness (which makes it last longer) I have this in Smoky Quartz and I'm wearing it now. I rant and rave, that this reminds me of a higher-end lip product. It beats the cover girl ones that look like these and last longer than the discontinued lip butters. The diamonds on top attracted me to this particular gloss. I look in the diamond it has a mirror type so after I use the brush application I can see if I fit it in the line correctly under my MAC or/and Inglot retractable lip-liner.

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on 10/25/2016 6:20:00 PM

Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Blond, Other, Other

Eyes: Blue

I absolutely LOVE this gloss! The brush applicator is a little hard to work with at first, but it is very easy to get used to. The price on this is great, and you get quite a bit of product. The pigmentation is amazing, and it's very comfortable on the lips. Not sticky at all. Best drugstore lipgloss I've used yet, by far!

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on 7/27/2016 10:15:00 AM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm

Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Coarse

Eyes: Brown

Absolutely lovely!

So let me start off with telling you that I have quite pigmented lips and also very dry lips. I find that many lip glosses feel way too greasy/drying or slippery.

The formula of this laquer is so amazing. It doesn't feel sticky, greasy or slippery. The consistency is not runny, it's more of a gloppy smooth cream. It feels super creamy and comfortable. The laquer fades nicely and stays on my lip for about 2 hours. 2 hours is really good in my book! This is the only gloss I own that actually makes my lips feel healthy if that makes sense. It just makes them look so good. Maybe I like laquers and not lipglosses?!

I got mine in the shade Smoky topaz, which is the nudie in their collection. It has fine shimmers, which I usually don't like in my glosses, but these makes my lips look really moisturized and plump. It's the perfect light brown pink nude, perfect for all skin tones. Not too dark or too light. Love it!
From looking at youtube and from swatching the rest of the collection, all of them are super pigmented.

What I really appreciate is that it doesn't taste or smell anything. So if you're sensitive to smell this gloss is for you. I'm quite sensitive when it comes to smells and flavours so this one is a winner!

It comes with a soft short brush wand. Could get messy if you aren't careful but nonetheless very user friendly. Other than that the gloss feels "heavy" and sturdy not cheap at all. The little diamond on top of the wand makes it stand out in my existing collection.

Got mine for 9$ in Bangkok Watsons. Worth every baht if you ask me. Mind I don't have a huge lipgloss collections, due to the fact I never find any comfortable ones, until now! I wish they came out with more colors, I think they have 15 colors too choose from all in all, but in Bangkok only 6.
Def getting Petalite (light muted pink) cause I like more muted colors than bright.

Highly recommended!

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Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Grey

I have this in two shades, Carnelian (Dark plummy red) and Strawberry Topaz (Reddish coral with gold shimmer). The texture of this gloss/lacquer is amazing, extremely creamy and pigmented, feels cushiony on the lips and wears comfortably until I take it off. The shimmery shade leaves its shimmers on my lips which is kind of annoying but the cream finish ones are HG material to me. I wear them full on or as a stain and both methods look amazing. I'm thinking of getting Garnet-mauvey MLBB and Fire Opal-firey orange red as well as Pink Ruby-dark fuschia with blue shimmer.

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Hazel

I've recently bought one of these in Pink Ruby, and it's amazing! The gloss is reddish pink with a blue sheen, but it looks hot pink on my lips.

I absolutely love how moisturizing and long lasting it is (without kissing or eating), but it feels as if I can mess it up anytime. Like what the other reviewers said, the brush applicator makes it more difficult to apply without making a mess on your face. Even though the brush applicator isn't the best idea for this lip gloss, at least the formula is great! I get complete opacity with just one dip of the wand.

Overall, I like this lip gloss. It's great on days when you want to wear something more bold (at least with Pink Ruby). Plus I got a compliment on it when I went to college wearing this!

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on 10/22/2015 10:02:00 PM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Brown

these are the updated version of glosses that used to be colorburst, and i have to say i like these even more than i did the previous, (i has heartbroken to find out those were discontinued). anyways these colors are now brighter than before, i have the rosequartz one or idk the name. i have to say I actually like the brush applicator better than the sponge tip, because it is easier to wipe of the excess on the rim before applying to your lips, and when i do that with the sponge, it bends and i feared it breaking. so for those who dont like the brush, i hope that helped. i have bought many to keep stashed everywhere.

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on 8/20/2015 1:38:00 PM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Dry, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Brunette, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

This is the only lip gloss I use. I have several different colors, but my all time favorites are the really bright ones: Tourmaline (bright pink) and Sunstone (bright coral). I have a hard time finding lip glosses that don't give me an allergic reaction, so this is one of the very few I can use regularly. The bright colors, I can apply once in the morning and it will stay on the whole day throughout eating and drinking. I love the stain it leaves on my lips by the end of the day. It's also pretty moisturizing and I can apply a colorless lip balm over top and there will still be a stain on my lips. I always get compliments on my lip color when I wear Tourmaline.

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on 8/5/2015 12:42:00 PM

Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral

Hair: Silver, Straight, Fine

Eyes: Hazel

I had a three dollar off coupon from the newspaper and bought Strawberry Topaz. I wanted the Pink Ruby shade that had a blue sheen to it but it was compromised and the seal was missing..(Revlon, will you please seal these better!) I was expecting a soft red with a gold sheen but instead it showed up a bright coral on my lips. It is way out of my comfort zone color wise, too bright orangey red. But it feels lovely on my lips, it is not sticky and has a very subtle sweet taste. I hate the applicator. As the other reviewers said, this should be a sponge or doe foot applicator not this tiny brush. And you need a mirror to apply. I noticed that it left a light stain behind that lasts about 3 hours if you don't drink or eat. I will buy this again but only in a different color.

Edit: 8/10/15 Exchanged this for Petalite. I just cannot pull off bright coral shades. Petalite is a light milky pink. Much better color for me!

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