Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm, Tease : Review

Written by: Swati on:

Continuing with my love for lip products in a chubby stick form, up today is Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm in the shade Tease. Now I know that I am sharing this waaay late, but I finally gave in and tested these out (who am I kidding? I wanted to get a bit more into orange lip shades and this one looked good :P :P), so here goes...

I have already reviewed my absolute favourite shade from the Kissable Balm Stain collection Honey. Sadly, they are no longer readily available (Is revlon discontinuing them?). I wanted to try out the Lacquer variant. I was about to go for another pink shade, but for a change I went of the orange instead :)

Like the original balm stains these too come in a colored twist up chubby stick packaging. The stick is glossy metallic which looks really lovely. The color of the stick is much darker to what the actual color goes on like, so do not be afraid to check it out once.

The texture of the lacquer balms is very smooth and they glide on easily. The pigmentation is not that great and these go on sheer. Color can be built upto medium with a few swipes. They feel very light and comfortable on the lips

I get around 2 hours of wear from this (with moderate munching) and reapplication is absolutely necessary but I do not mind that since the balm is quite hydrating as well. It does leave a mild stain behind. 
Like the Kissable stains, these feel minty when applied (I really like it)

Tease is a burnt orange shade. It looks really pretty and would work on many skin tones
Those who are conscious with wearing too bright-in-your-face orange shades, should definitely check Tease out. It goes on sheer and light, and can be easily worn during the day and at work as well. 
There is a little glitter in the formula but it does not show up much on the lips. 

Price : 800 INR for 2.7g

I am really loving weraing this color off late, especially now in the summery months. (Check out the summer picks for my bag!) It does make for a pretty spring-summer shade. Plus the chubby stick form is so easy to carry around and apply (you don't even need a mirror for touch ups). I just wished that the color stayed on longer.
These balms are a bit overpriced, yes. But if you are on the lookout for some wearbale orange lip shades, make sure to check Tease out once.

P.S. If you want more options for a wearable orange lip color, you can check out our review on L'Oreal Shine Caresse in Faye as well. It is a burnt orange too, but Tease is a more brighter than Faye. 

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