Lip Swatch Sunday – Revlon “Desert Escape”

Some might say there’s no reason to wear lipstick since we need to wear a mask every time we got out. But is this not the perfect opportunity to wear any lipstick shade under the sun, free of judgement? I’m going to continue wearing them – neutrals, brights and everything in between because that’s how we have fun during quarantine, baby.

This is the Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Desert Escape, and I need to point out that this lipstick impressed me so much. A great quality drugstore lipstick that I’d definitely recommend.

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  1. November 3, 2020 / 11:48 am

    I tried this formula in On the Mauve. I was very impressed too! Loved the texture. I went for a second tube, after I finished the first one and the initial buttery smooth texture was gone. I contacted Revlon with the batch numbers and they told me there was no difference in formula but I am not so sure. Wish I had kept the label from the first one to compare b/c the second one feels different and the color is slightly warmer.

    • Shawna
      November 24, 2020 / 4:58 pm

      That’s so strange! Maybe it was an off batch, which is such a bummer. Maybe this is an opportunity to try and explore another shade knowing that you typically enjoy the formula (minus that weird one).

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