Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick

In my post last week, I mentioned how I loved to team Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick with its matching nail varnish. I had such a good reaction and so many people wanted to see some swatches of the lipstick. So, without wanting to disappoint you, I’ve swatched away. One of my most beautiful drugstore lipsticks, Revlon Cherries In The Snow.

 Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick

Revlon was one of the first brands that made a matching lips and tips range, and Cherries In The Snow was launched back in 1953. It is still now one of Revlon’s top selling colours and is still going strong. The colour is more of a hot raspberry than a cherry red colour and the super lustrous formula is creamy whilst applying like a dream. The colour transfers as opaque onto the lips in one swipe, and slight blue undertones can be seen in certain lights. Its definitely a long lasting lipstick and even when the creaminess of the colour wears off, the stain of pink is visible on the lips for a long length of time. A nine hour flight time and one applications of lipstick makes Anoushka a happy girl. It isn’t drying however it isn’t hydrating but I don’t have any issues with Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick at all.

 Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick

Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick (8)

I think I have earmarked this as quite possibly my favourite work lipstick, and of course, nail varnish combination. Its classy and sophisticated and it’s one of those colours that I don’t have to worry about running out of, as it is so readily available. Revlon have rereleased some more classic colours so I want to track down Fifth Ave Red and Snow Peach. I will let you know what I think when I get them. In the meantime, you can treat yourself to Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick from Boots for just £7.49

 Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick

The original
Revlon Cherries In The Snow Lipstick advertisement from 1953

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