Revlon Makes Me Blush: Preview and Swatches

Just J reviews the Revlon make me blush makeup

This is a very late review I know, but I have an excuse! Initially, this collection was sent out to herald in Valentine's Day, which makes sense as all these colors are vixen and sex kitten-like, but due to delivery mix-ups, I didn't actually receive it until a few weeks ago. Better late than never though right?

Although intended for Valentine's Day, all of these products are quite lovely for use all year long.

revlon blush

First up, is the beautiful Revlon powder blush in Mauvelous. Retailing at around $10-11, this blush is pretty plain Jane. The pigmentation and finish aren't anything special, but offers decent color pay-off and a nice matte look. Historically, the provided brushes suck in my opinion, so I'd recommend using a separate blush brush for applying. The pan color in real life is actually a lot more like a dark rose pink, but swatches into a very natural rosy flush that's quite complimentary on my skin.

Revlon colorburst matte balm

Next is the ColorBurst Matte Balm in Standout. I looove lip crayons and having been a fan of the Revlon Just Bitten Kissable balms before, I was eager to try out this latest iteration.

Standout is an awesome, in-your-face red. When swatched, it's nowhere near as tomato-red as the tube suggests, but has more of a magenta tone. The color is rich and creamy - just the way I like it! This balm retails for around $8-9.

revlon colorburst matte balm and revlon cream blush

You can purchase any of these products via your local drugstore, such as London Drugs, Ulta and Target.

Have you tried any of these Revlon products?

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