Color- Actually, I feel a bit cheated here. When I swatched it at store, under the blaring yellow lights, it looked like a matte peach with touch of pink. But, when I walked out of store, I found it to be a reddish coral. Luckily, this is a beautiful color and it suits me quite well. (Mental Note: Never buy lipsticks from that store)
Texture – Modern Matte. The color is not as dry as Revlon’s previous matte lipsticks. I have used it without a lip balm underneath and it didn't chap my lips.
Stay – Around 4 hours will full intensity. Fades uniformly leaving a tint.
Price - Rs 550. You can buy these for just Rs 400 these days because of some offer going on.
Additional - These are not made in India but imported from US (see how India made is different from US made HERE)
Overall – I love the color and new matte texture. The lipstick stays on and the color is beautiful. Inspite of the mishap, I am lucky that I picked it because I have no other lipstick shade that can stand anywhere close to this.
I am so much in love that though I am on shopping ban and still I picked up two more colors (the glossy ones) after purchasing this.
Please visit your nearest Revlon counter (with natural lights) to try the new colors they have introduced. I will talk about the two other glossy shades soon. (already showed one on Instagram)
On the side note - who names a reddened coral, 'Paradise Pink'? Personally, I would have named it 'Tropical Breeze' because it reminds me of corals, sea and sandy beaches. Have you ever thought of renaming your lipsticks or is it just me?
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