Friday, 31 May 2013


So Revlon gripped us all with their Lip Butters and then with the Kissable Balm Stains too, now I've got my eye on their ColourStay Ultimate Suede Lipstick.

The colour range is gorgeous. The image above is pulled from their website but I believe they have more of a range out in the shops. I've got my eye on the 'Flashing Lights' shade, not completely sure if orange will suit me but I'm sure we'll find out! I'm thinking of popping to Boots tomorrow morning to pick up a couple of shades. I do not need any more lip colours... but any excuse!

 These lipsticks claim to give both moisture and a longlasting wear, with added shea butter and aloe vera to ensure this. The benefits of aloe vera for the skin and lips is amazing, it's such a miracle ingredient so I'm looking forward to trying these out!

Have you tried the Revlon Suede Lipsticks yet? What do you think?

Have you entered my giveaway to win a one-of-a-kind Warehouse denim jacket yet?



  1. I bought one of these a couple months ago; it was lovely until it dried when it felt like my lips were being suffocated! It was such a shame as I loved the colour and the whole range looks so pretty. xo

  2. I got the bright pink, its nice just not great

  3. High heels looks so pretty! I think they look great, hopefully they're not drying though because of the suede finish! :)

  4. I am a huge fan of the Revlon JBK balm stains and the lip butters are my ultimate favorite so I'd love to thy these too. Hopefully they will be lovely! :))

    Andrea | RosyChicc

  5. I have a few of these, they're such pretty shades for a lipstick range! I just love Revlon products, they can do no wrong :D xx

    Gemma ♥ |

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