The World’s Most Iconic Lipstick

Are you wondering what is the world’s most iconic lipstick? Let me introduce to you Revlon’s Super Lustrous Lipsticks! Revlon first started selling lipstick in 1939, and their Super Lustrous Lipsticks were established in 1961. Since then, this cult-classic range of lipstick has been continuously expanding to include new shades and finishes.

Revlon was kind enough to send me three shades to try out this iconic line of lipsticks. The three I received are from the original collection, known for its high-impact colour and super moisturizing formula. The shades from left to right are: 457 Wild Orchid, 654 Ravish Me Red, and 030 Pink Pearl. The other collections in the range include The Super Lustrous The Luscious Mattes (true matte finish) and Super Lustrous The Gloss (high shine gloss).

I must say that the lipsticks are indeed extremely moisturizing! Out of all my lipsticks, with both high end and drugstore options, these Super Lustrous Lipsticks are among the top for the comfort and moisture. They glide on your lips like a lip balm and they give great colour for such a balm-y texture! I’ve been wearing these colours from day to night without any dryness. Like most lip colours that don’t dry down matte, you’ll need to reapply through the day. The creamy, moisturizing finish makes the lip colour transfer very easily.

There are an endless number of options at the drugstore, but the Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick is a tried and true option to consider! You will likely find one with the colour and finish that you’re looking for. They retail for only $8 CAD! It’s truly an awesome affordable option for a luxury-like product.

Which of the three colours looked the best on me?!

*Products were sent as PR samples for editorial consideration. All thoughts and opinions are my own and genuine.

Until next time,

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