Spring is coming so I thought I’d swatch some of my springy pink glosses from Revlon. I purchased these about a month and a half ago, never made a video about it but still wanted to show them off because they’re so pretty so here they are 🙂
Revlon has a few different types of glosses to choose from, including their Colorburst glosses and Super Lustrous glosses. I think they have a mineral gloss and then something else but I’m not 100% sure.

Both glosses are between $7 and $9 depending on where you go and what stores have what sales. You can always count on Ulta or CVS having some sort of sale on brands like Revlon, L’Oreal, Maybelline and Covergirl, and if you don’t find a deal to your liking, you can always go searching in Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart because I’ve noticed that they’re cheaper, on average, when it comes to cosmetics.

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss 120 Pink Pursuit

Slightly shimmery warm pink. It gives more of a gloss with a sheer amount of color than something like a Mac gloss that would give you a heavy amount of color. It’s not very sticky and has a pretty neutral scent. I like using this just for an everyday neutral lip that’s easy to use without having to really think about what you’re wearing. It’ll go with everything.

Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss 008 Peony
Peonies happen to be one of my favorite flowers so it’s a plus when something named after that is also a nice product. Peony is a peachier golden pink color. The gloss also isn’t that sticky and goes on with a sheer wash of color. The one thing is the doe foot applicator is really bendy and isn’t my favorite type of doe foot. I much prefer the stiffer applicator that Super Lustrous has. 
Pink Pursuit / Peony

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