Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss in #002 Crystal Lilac

Revlon Crystal Lilac Colorburst Lipgloss


A pop of weightless color with vivid, mirror-like shine.

•Micro-crystal formula for 5X the shine of patent leather
•Plush applicator shaped to curves of your lips for smooth, even application of color
•Revlon ColorBurst’s Elasticolor™ technology for rich color with a weightless feel
•Moisturizers and anti-oxidants such as sweet almond oil and vitamin E conditions and improves lip texture
•Available in 15 vibrant, on-trend shades (Revlon)

The shades available are: Crystal Lilac, Pink Ice, Strawberry, Peony, Hot Pink, Orchid, Rosepearl, Rosegold, Bordeaux, Fire, Papaya, Sunset Peach, Gold Dust and Sienna Sparkle.

The shade that stuck out the most to me for every day was Crystal Lilac.

Crystal Lilac is a sheer, bubblegum pink with a fine pink-purple opalescent shimmer/reflects.


First off, I love the packaging of Revlon’s Colorburst line. The black quilted design of the cap looks really chic, and has a higher-end feel. I also love the applicator. It’s your standard sponge applicator, but it’s slightly flatter, so it glides nicely across the lips and picks up a good amount of product when inserted in the tube.
The consistency of the lipgloss is really nice – It’s not watery, overly thick or sticky. It feels pretty good on my lips and doesn’t dry them out. It actually feels fairly moisturizing.
The color is sheer with a couple of swipes, but can be built up for more opacity. Although I prefer the way it looks when applied in layers (to show the true color), it feels a little thick on my lips, so I’ll usually apply it sheerly or applied over a pink lipstick. Because my lips are pretty pigmented, when using this lipgloss alone, I like applying MAC Lip Erase to my lips prior, so the outcome is more of a baby pink.

Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss in #002 Crystal Lilac
Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss in #002 Crystal Lilac

And, here it is on my bare lips. I did blot (very little) foundation on my lips to tone down any redness.

 I was able to snag this on sale at CVS a couple of weeks ago, while there was $5 extra-cash back, so it ended up being like $3. So, it was a pretty awesome deal and a perfect time to try the line out. The price does differ from each store and location, but the average price is around $7. It’s not too bad, but I’d still wait for a sale to come around before snagging a couple more shades.
I overall really like the shade I picked up. It looks great on its own, as well as applied over top any of my pink or nude lipsticks. It adds a nice tinge of pink shine. I find it difficult to find the right shade of pink that will suit my skintone when it comes to drugstore lip colors, so it’s always exciting to find one that I like. The overall formula is really nice. I kinda wish it was slightly more opaque, but I really can’t complain. I think Revlon does lip products really well (love the super lustrous and mineral lip glazes) and the Colorburst lipgloss line is no exception!

You can also check out a really pretty lip combo using this lipgloss on Jo‘s blog (click here)

What are some of your favorite drugstore lipglosses?

10 thoughts on “Revlon Colorburst Lipgloss in #002 Crystal Lilac

  1. Every time I go to the store I keep seeing this particular shade, it's cute and I'm glad to read that it's not overly thick, I might buy it next time I go to the store.


  2. Im not much of a lipgloss girl but lately I've been wanting to try these out. Every time i go to CVS I pick this exact same shade, look at it, then put it back. lol Maybe next time I'll actually but it.


  3. there's something in my mind, Natalie can I ask you something? is a little bit personal, but inclusive this and others pictures in where you show different lipsticks colors, are you lips or someone else? becuase I know that you are a real attractive women, but in the case that the lips showed in this picture are yours, I falling in love with you!!!


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