Revlon ColorStay Suede Ink Lipstick ($12.39 for oz.) is a newly-released formula that is supposed to have eight-hour wear with no-transfer color that has “vivid” color and a “naked-lip feel.” I’ll have full reviews, and while there’s a slim (nearly nil) chance of significantly thoughts than my initial impressions and first two shades I’ve worn, but…
If you do not like incredibly stiff, firm, tugging formulas that feel clingy on your lips, I’d avoid this at all costs. The lipstick bullet itself is painful to use, and it seemed prone to surface drying out, which just made it even harder to use each subsequent time. I had to swatch it on the back of my hand to get the product going before attempting to apply to my lips just to make it workable. Once on, they have a clingier feel, though they seemed only lightly drying overall (thus far).
Long-wearing… but at what cost to one’s lips?!
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