The packaging is the standard Revlon Super Lustrous stuff. Glossy black tube, logo emblazoned golden band, a clear window at the top to see the shade (mighty helpful), and color coordinated name labels at the bottom. Nothing fancy here, but it's functional and prevents confusion between shades unlike some other brands (*cough cough*... MAC).
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Teak Rose is a very earthy rose shade.
Both shades are absolutely stunning! The intense pigment can either be played up by direct application, which is a dream due to the fact that is just glides on, or muted with brush application or just tapping the bullet on the lips. These shades are really flattering on a range or skin shades, especially Rasin Rage. Since Rasin Rage is rather dark, it can stain lips though so be careful if you're not about that.
The wear time for both shades is pretty good for creme finish lippies. They're not as steadfast as, say, a matte, but I'm pretty impressed! They can survive several hours or some light eating or drinking without reapplication. My only gripe about the formula on these is that it's a tad heavy. There's a definite "I'm wearing lipstick" feel to them, but that's about it.
Price: Ranges from as low as $4.97 (Walmart) to as high as $8.29 (Rite Aid)
Size: 0.15 oz/4.2 g
- Fantastic pigmentation
- Great wear time
- Easy and pleasant application
- No unpleasant scent or taste
- Apart from Rasin Rage staining a bit, I've got nothin'.
Cruelty Free: No
These two will be frequent flyers in my makeup bag for this season!
Overall Rating: 9.5/10