Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes

One of my very first lipsticks as a teen was from Revlon and since then, I have become a real big fan of the Ultra HD Gel Lipsticks (review here). The newest launch to come from Revlon is the Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes, which until they arrived, I had heard very little about, but they have now launched in the UK and Boots and Superdrug and are priced at £6.99 each.
Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Creme and Lip Liners
Available in 5 shades, the Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes come with the following description: 
Get fuller, smoother looking lips in one gentle, easy step. Formulated with Volulip™ to visibly enhance the size of lips over time. 
What I like is that all five of the Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes that are available are all fairly neutral shades, there is no bright, bold or stand out colour. Each one is said to:

  • Visibly enhances size of lips over time
  • Formulated with Volulip 
  • Pleasant cooling sensation for a gentle plumping effect
  • Cushiony soft formula with a creamy shine finish

Each of the Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes are packaged in colour coded elongated tubes which makes it much easier to tell which shade it is you are likely to pick up but they also do feature the shade name on the back of the tube too. Unexpectedly though, each one the shades is much darker when they swatched than the original shade might lead you to believe it to be.
Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes
Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Creme tubes
What I love about these Lip Cremes is that they as the name suggests, a creme and they feel lightweight on the skin with the minimal amount of stickiness. They are non-trying and apply like an absolute dream, without sticking to any dry pieces of skin on your lips.

The five shades are:
  • Cashmere Cream which is a light peach shade and from the five, it is the lightest
  • Nude Honey which is a warmer peach
  • Peony Buff which is a medium Pink shade
  • Barely Blush is a pinky brown shade
  • Velvet Mink is a deep mauve shade and my favourite of the five.
The tube within which the lip cream sits is pliable so you can squeeze it but there is also an angled applicator which has a hole to dispense the product.  With this, you can apply it directly to your lips but my personal preference is to use my finger and smooth it on.
Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Creme Swatches
As you can see from the unedited swatch photos, one squeeze of the tube gives you quite a lot of Lip Creme, so I have had to learn to squeeze a little more lightly!  From top to bottom is Velvet Mink, Barely Blush, Nude Honey, Peony Buff and Cashmere Cream.

I have worn Velvet Mink the most, it works great on its own or with a Mauve coloured lipstick to which I add it to over the top.

Have you tried any of these Revlon Kiss Plumping Lip Cremes yet?

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  1. Ooh I like the sound of these. The two nude shades are so me! X

  2. I'd wear all five of these shades. They look very pretty and flattering.

    Roxie |

  3. Definitely something worth a share. Thank so much for this!

  4. I've just started using a lip plumping lip colour, and it really stings! Can't say I notice such difference. Will have to give these a go.

  5. All the shades are gorge love them x

  6. I have loved Revlon since I was a teenager and they have some lovely products. I am yet to try these lip cremes though.

  7. Ohhh I think I like the sound of this formula.
    The shades you have are beautiful but I bet I'd squeeze them too hard too and make a mess.
    Gillian xx

  8. Now these are my kind of shades!

  9. I didn't expect them to be so pigmented, but they are gorgeous!

  10. Revlon is a brand I've never really tried before but these look beautiful and so pigmented!

    Dena ox | DenaJayne | Bloglovin

  11. I will definitely be picking one of these up! xx


  12. These are such gorgeous shades - very me x

  13. Ooooo they look really good! The pigment is beautiful!

    Erin || MakeErinOver


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