Revlon’s new lasting tint is like a felt tip pen for your lips. The latest in make-up technology, it promises to rival the traditional lipstick.
The pen was reasonably easy to use but it took a few attempts to get the desired looked. The pointed tip can be used as a lip liner, while the base to fill in lips. It was quite tricky to get an even colour and I had to apply several coats and a gloss.
After a full day’s wear the lip tint was still going strong, it even withstood my make-up remover. However when I managed to get the colour off I found it clung to the outside of my lips and wouldn’t budge, not a great look.
Lipfinity LastingLip Tint certainly lives up to its promise, but it takes a few attempts to get the perfect colour. Whether I’ll be binning my lippies for the lip tint, I have to wait and see.
Revlon Lipfinity Lip Tint costs £7.99 and is available in three colours- Berry Blast, Royal Plum and Pink Princess.