Whenever I shop for makeup I tend to gravitate towards eye shadows, blush, highlighters, and all those products filled with shimmery goodness so I have a very meager collection of lipgloss since I prefer cream finishes. So it's quite amazing that I have three glosses from the Revlon Super Lustrous line even though I rarely skip lip products. These lipglosses are definitely familiar to many of you already since they are considered one of the best lipglosses available at the drugstore, retailing at around $7 to $8 a pop.
I got all of these at separate occasions but I seem to keep coming back for more! I bought Pink Whisper when I was first getting into makeup more than a year ago and I thought the light pink color was easy to wear and the micro shimmer was pretty. To be honest I have not worn this gloss very often but then again I rarely wear lipgloss anyway. This gloss looks nice by itself or over a lipstick and it nudes out my natural lip color quite well. These glosses are pigmented and comfortable enough so that my lips are not dry afterwards. Coral Reef is a bright coral orange which will be great for spring and summer though I have yet to wear this on my lips at all :X Then I recently picked up Lilac Pastelle when CVS had this for 75% off and although this looks quite weird and scary in the tube, it looks amazing on my lips! It transforms into a milky blue based pink on the lips which I love.
You can see that the lipglosses are very opaque and vibrant. Pink Whisper has shimmers in it while Coral Reef and Lilac Pastelle are creams. I prefer the cream finishes but the shimmer in these glosses is not chunky or irritating. These glosses also contain SPF 15 which I love since the sun irritates my lips easily and I suffer from sunburnt lips quite often. When I'm off my Project 10 Pan and Revlon is having a sale, I hope to pick up Peach Petal which is a cream nude peach :)
Have you guys tried these glosses and which shades do you own? When my Project 10 Pan is over I think I should focus on buying lip products instead of eye shadows all the time to diversify and even out my collection. So that way I'll be able to find more shades and finishes that work for me instead of relying on the same few products and colors over and over :)