Revlon Colorburst Matte Balms are selling like hot cakes and I have already raved about the shade Sultry here. I am reviewing another pretty shade called Elusive today.
Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm Elusive Review:
- Velvety Matte Look. Moisture Rich Balm.
- A Matte finish that’s beyond plush. Balm that’s beyond comforting.
- Our Triple Butter Complex of Shea, Coconut and Mango butters nourishes lips.
- In 10 collectible, crave-able colours.
- Sultry 225
- Showy 220
- Unapologetic 210
- Audacious 245
- Standout 250
- Complex 230
- Elusive 205
- Shameless 215
- Mischievous 235
- Striking 240.
It is so easy to pick the shade you want even if you have many as it comes packaged in the respective color. It is twistable and has a cap, very travel friendly.
Elusive is a pale pink, similar to MAC Mehr. It suits fair-medium skin very well and can be a daily wear pink color.
It glides on the lips smoothly and the texture is very soft, non-drying. However, if you have very dry lips and lines like mine, it accentuates those lines.
Awesome! Just one swipe is all you require for opaque rich coverage. It hides any lip pigmentation easily. The pointed tube helps in lining the lips and it is easy to use as well. However, it is not sharpenable and only twistable so eventually the tip will become flat. I prefer ones that can be sharpened, like the Colorbar Take Me As Iam lipcolors.
It stays put for a good 2-3 hours and fades after food and drinks. Reapplication is required after that.
It goes on completely matte yet there is no uncomfortable or hard feeling on the lips. My dry lips felt soft and smooth for quite a long time.
Pros of Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm Elusive:
1. Travel friendly packaging
2. Daily wear pretty pink shade
3. Great pigmentation
4. Good staying power
Cons Of Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm Elusive:
1. Expensive for a lip crayon
2. Accentuates lines on the lips
Elusive is a must have for fair-medium skintoned girls looking for an everyday pink color. The pigmentation, staying power, texture make it a winner.