Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in Showy

I found another Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm that I couldn't live without! Well, I bought one, but there are others I have my eye on. T...

I found another Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm that I couldn't live without! Well, I bought one, but there are others I have my eye on. This time, I picked up Showy.
Colorburst Balm

Colorburst Balm

Isn't she pretty? Who could say no to that?
Can you tell I'm ready for spring?
:)

Showy is a beautiful blue toned pink shade. It goes on smoothly and easily, just like the other two I have. No settling in lines, no bleeding, no patchy-ness. 



I love this pink so much! How did I make it without a matte hot pink in my life?
I don't own Candy Yum Yum from MAC, but I think the colors look pretty similar, so this (should) fill that void in my life. I make no promises, I'm a hoarder and I have no shame.

Should you buy the Revlon Colorburst Matte Balms? Obviously. Do it. You won't regret it. 
Depending on where you buy them, they range from $8-$12 each.

They seems to be pretty simple to find, just pop it open and make sure it hasn't been "sampled" because, ew.

Did you miss the reviews on the last two I picked up?
Standout and Shameless, a beautiful red and a deep purple?
Find it here.

No they don't last a whole long time, 2-3 hours before they need to be touched up/reapplied.
No they aren't transfer resistant/proof. They can and will transfer.

But, they also aren't drying(on me), they don't get patchy, they don't do the weird fade where you only have color left on the outside of your lips.

Just go pick one up and try it for yourself. 

Thanks for reading!
xx

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