Remember When Revlon Abstract Orange Wasn’t Permanent?! Gasp!
Remember when Revlon Abstract Orange wasn’t permanent?! Gasp!
Released in Fall 2011 with the Revlon Expressionists Gucci Westman, Abstract Orange Super Lustrous Lipstick happens to be one of my HG (holy grail) shades of lipstick.
I know…you might feel it’s a little Fall looking! It has that burnt just Fall leaf orange to it but really the shade works great for Spring and Summer as well. It’s a dramatic burnt almost metallic coppery orange. The shade just pops! It’s also testimony to the fact that Revlon has a fairly great line of pigmented lipsticks. In fact, till this very day, I recall the first time I purchased a Revlon Lipstick at CVS. I was probably around 14-15 and the shade was a dark, dark wine. Lord knows if I looked deep enough I bet it’s hanging out in my stash somewhere.
Yeah I have a problem ridding myself of product. I become emotionally attached to my makeup. No worries, I haven’t used the shade but I likely still own it.
Needless to say Abstract Orange MAY have passed through your fingers. How sad! If it somehow hasn’t passed over your beauty radar I’m here to say you must grab it up. Perhaps not for your lighter Spring looks but if you’re heading some place warm with a beach for Spring break well yes, do get it. And of course don’t forget to think about the Summer ahead as this sizzling shade is ideal for warm, Summer-y looks.
And honestly, if I could I’d rush Spring and Summer away and just tell you it’s thee most perfect Fall shade.
We should live in a world where Fall is a perpetual season!
Whatever your season of choice might I recommend you celebrate it with Revlon Abstract Orange.
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