I love all Revlon balm stains and I think they are just perfect!! So when I saw lip balms with a matte finish, I had to get it.

Revlon Colorburst Matte balm are lip balms but with a twist, instead of the usual glossy, shiny effect they have a matte effect. Ideal for those who are starting off with matte lip products. They have a triple butter complex of shea, coconut and mango butter that nourishes lips.

Revlon Matte Balm are very hydrating unlike other matte lip sticks or lip balms.  They are very pigmented and creamy. They have an opaque matte finish.  One swipe is enough to cover entire lips but I generally build it up. They don’t feel heavy on lips at all. I apply it over a lip balm as matte lip sticks can be drying on lips sometimes. They don’t bleed either, however it is a good idea to line your lips first. They go away leaving a nice stain when you eat or drink.

They come in a chubby pencil like packaging, which makes it easy to use them. They have a twist up mechanism. However, as it finishes the point wears down and it becomes difficult to apply within the lines of your lips. More and more brands are coming out with this crayon type packaging these days. I prefer lipstick style because they have an angle and hence easier to apply even when I am through most of the product. Also, they accentuate my lip cracks, but I can live with that!

They come in 10 shades and I think I have Sultry and Standout. Sorry for nor being sure as in Japan they have numbers rather than names. They are sold for $ 12 in Japan. Sultry is a dusty pink and it is a dupe of MAC Twig lipstick. Standout is a red with a brown undertone, somewhat like MAC Viva Glam. They have a slight minty taste and smell that goes away in a few minutes.
I really like Revlon matte balms, and I am planning to get them in more colors. I personally prefer matte texture these days and I think matte is going to be huge in the coming months!

Revlon Matte Balm Review


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