Revlon Vinyl Lip Polish Review

Vinyl and leather set the ambience for 2020 fashion trends, and leading cosmetic companies such as Revlon transcended this style trend from the catwalks to our makeup collections with the introduction of vinyl lippies.

Here is a blog on my Revlon Vinyl Lip Polish Review.

Revlon Vinyl Lip Polish

Packaging:

Packaged in a rectangular lacquer case with dip applicator, the formula gleams within the signature Revlon lippie packaging that we saw with the HD matte lippies.

Shades & Swatches:

Revlon Vinyl Lip Polish Colours

There are 12 variants of shades ranging from nudes, pinks, reds and darker hues.

Pigment & Textures:

A highly pigmented formula, with one swatch you have a maximum explosion of colour that matches the visual of the Revlon lip polish however this loud pigment does stain the lips.
For a lip polish, it isn’t as sticky as you would expect it to be – it’s rather greasy however, you will be glad to know the polish stays in place and doesn’t have a messy, runny or tacky look and feel.
Furthermore, these vinyl lippies do not settle into lines, but rather plumps out your lips for a lustrous pout.

Formula:

Revlon cosmetics goes the extra mile but in particular with this vinyl lip which has skincare benefits with the inclusion of vitamin E, Shea butter and aloe leaf extract.
Additionally, there is a hint of a mango and whipped vanilla to add fragrance to the lip polish giving this product a full experience of the senses.
A lip polish formula such as this, is creamier than a gloss, so it’s not quite a Revlon lip gloss but more of a lip lacquer.

Coverage & Wear:

Maximum coverage is achieved with just a single application, however the wear does fade and reapplication is required, which can be a bit annoying as the formula is thick and greasy and I find you need to wipe off your previous application before reapplying – so carrying makeup wipes in your bag is essential when using this lip lacquer, but it’s totally worth it as the look achieved with this Vinyl lip polish is a total payoff.

How To Use:

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Apply a similar, yet darker shade of lip liner to the Vinyl lip polish colour of choice to elaborate the sass of this formula.
Application is easy with the carefully curated lip applicator that helps glide on the lip polish, it has a dip which assists in picking up enough product so just one dip is necessary for a full lip – be careful not to apply too much product as it is a thick formula.

Cost:

R170 – 00

Where To Purchase From:  

Revlon products are available at DisChem, Clicks, Truworths, Edgars, Foschini and other stockists of Revlon products.

Pros:

  • Non-sticky
  • Full coverage
  • Trendy
  • Inclusive of care ingredients
  • Likeable scent

Cons:

  • Greasy and thick
  • Not long wearing
  • Non-transfer proof

Read: Revlon Photoready Rose Glow Hydrating And Illuminating Primer Review CLICK HERE

 

Summary:

I’m in love with the vinyl trend and vinyl lippies are simply sexy and brings out that extra in you without even trying. This is one of the reasons I love makeup as much as I do – that amplified feeling that it adds to your mood and everything about this product is amplified.

In addition, lip trends for 2020 say goodbye to matte – so no longer dry, dehydrated chapped looking lips – lippies are glossy and ultra-moisturizing – a welcomed invite to my makeup vanity.

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