I can be a bit slow in my beauty department. In fact, to tell you the truth, I am not shy to admit that I actually, compared to other beauty hard cores who immediately kinda of dash for getting the latest beauty products, I take my time. Why? Because I sincerely believe I should only buy when the real need arises instead of buying out of desire or impulse. I mean, what is the point of buying and testing, especially as a beauty blogger, just for the sake of impressing the beauty blogging sphere? For me, though I can't, I don't want to either, speak on behalf of others, life as a beauty blogger or lifestyle blogger itself is at my pace and must reflect my genuine beauty journey. Additionally, remember beauty darlings, make up products can't be sitting or standing on your beauty table forever. They do come with, what I like to call as "kicking the bucket" expiry date. Whether you use or not, eventually once they expire, sorry to say, you gotto throw and throwing means we are literally throwing our hard earned money. Unless if money is growing on trees for you? For me, at this age of mine, 52 years old, I still have to work my butt out and in. Therefore, I must continue embracing my own motto of spending on beauty products only when necessary and not at my whims and fancy (Laura Mercier Brilliant Glace Lip Gloss).
Of course, I agree that lippies (Maybelline Red Porcelain Lipstick) are a must investment. Undeniably. For every occasion, let it be for a glam night, or for work or even casual outings. But you don't have to necessarily buy once they hit the beauty shelves. Waiting I think is the logical thing because you do get a better deal once the beauty excitement is over. Buying during sales definitely is a better deal for saving some dollars and cents, which precisely is why I picked up Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Lovesick at RM35.00. Not a major saving I know, but in return, the few dollars you have saved can b handy in buying, maybe a face mask (Activa Double Action Mask)?
Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Lovesick (020 Passionnee)
Lightweight Lipstain + Moisturizing Balm.
100% of women who tried it felt their lips were instantly moisturized with a soft stain of colour.
Retractable chubby crayon, no sharpener required.
How to Use
How to Use
Step 1: Apply Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain evenly to clean, bare lips. Build colour and coverage as desired.Step 2: Reapply as desired for moisturising shine throughout the day.
This particular shade really won me. Love it to every bit and everything. But testing it on my hand compared to applying on my lips seemingly is a profound different color lingo. Its bright pink on my hand, whereas upon application, the color changes to bright dark pink with a flush between maroon and purple. No, I am not complaining, I actually don't mind since this hue is perfect for concealing my pigmented pout, for adding vibrancy and for giving me a well rested look. A single swipe is potentially enough, but for a higher impact, volume and dimension, I apply at least three swipes. Basically, by building it up. Gliding smoothly and lusciously, I have never been someone who believe in lip liners though, Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Lovesick leaves my dry lips glossy and polished. Indeed, it pampers me with the much appreciated moisturising shine and also gives me the soft smooth look.
Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Lovesick I think is made for women like me, I like to believe so, who desire for a fuss free, easy to apply stain. All I do is I line my lips with this stain, prior to filling up my full lips. A decent color payoff, as well as texture and weight, it does not budge for at least the next two to three hours, or till you have a meal, Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain Lovesick is utterly a comfortable wear which as far as I know, does not stain by struggling to remove. Honestly, I can't be anymore pleased with this beautiful shade on my pout.