A brand new release from Revlon at your local drugstore are the new Ultra Matte liquid lip color. I found these new matte liquid lips at Rite Aid recently at a high price of $9.49. Why are drugstore prices going up and up? Anyways if Revlon release a new lip product you all know I have to buy it, try it and review for you all. Revlon lipsticks are some of my favorite lipsticks and I really enjoy using them.
The packaging of this product is super cute, it comes in a frosted glass oval shape tube with a silver cap. I love the applicator of this lip product, it is a soft doe foot style brush that helps apply the shade evenly on to your lips. Lets talk about the difficult formula of this ultra matte lip color in hd devotion. When I swatched this shade on my wrist I waited for it to turn matte but five minutes later it was still glossy. Devotion is a pretty matte pink rosy shade that is perfect for every skin tone. When you apply the lipstick on your lips you have to have time and really wait for it to dry down. I waited 15 minutes and it still did not dry down totally to a matte finish. So this confuses me if this is only a matte shade or a real matte liquid lipstick? Anyways I would say that the formula is very creamy and light weight and goes on smoothly on the lips. The one con about this lipstick is it is very transferable. You touch anything lets say a cup your drinking from or your fingers the lipstick will transfer.
However this formula lasted on my lips for 4-6 hours which is great for a liquid lipstick that does not try down matte all the way. Over all I am really impressed with this hd lipstick from Revlon and will be purchasing more shades. If you are into what is at the drugstore and also get swatches before I blog about the products follow me on Instagram HERE so you have access to everything quick. Let me know in the comments below what are your thoughts on this lipstick. Thank you for reading and have a wonderful day.
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