Revlon Sorbet Colorburst Lip Butter Review & Swatches
Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter in Sorbet is one of four new shades released with the new Gucci Westman Collection for Summer 2013. It happens to one of the two brighter shades launched in this collection as Revlon went with a mix of some pretty nude colors and some rather vibrant ones, Sorbet being one.
Take a look!
Sorbet is a bright shade of fuchsia pink which translates well from tube to lips. The color is a true bright fuchsia but quite wearable. Typically fuchsia is a little hard to wear but this color is fresh, fun, and has just the right amount of vibrancy without being over done.
I mentioned in a prior post that the formula of the newest shades of Revlon Lip Butter differ a little from the original release and this seems to be the case with this shade. This has the better pigment of some of the other shades but still has a less than creamy texture which the old formula had. This is more of a balm-y finish with a heavier texture on my lips. Maybe I’m imagining it but I felt like the formula on the original shades had an easy glide across my lips and this had a little tugging involved to get into place.
None the less the color is quite lovely especially if you love subtle fuchsia pinks!
I’m unsure if this is a limited edition shade but as I mentioned a few times already a reader had mentioned seeing these colors in the original display at her local Target so perhaps they will be added to the general catalog.
I located mine at CVS.
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