#28Kisses: Revlon Lip Balm Stain

Today marks the first day of #28Kisses – where I will be
wearing a different lip colour each day for the whole of February. Thankfully I
have chosen the shortest month of the year, mainly because I am lazy, not
because I don’t have enough lipsticks…



I’m going to be showcasing a range of colours and textures
along with suggestions of what to wear them with and when to wear them.  HOW DELIGHTFUL.


There are a whole load of other blogs participating – just search
for the hashtag #28kisses.  I wish I
could say this was in aid of some sort of deserving charity, but it’s not, perhaps you’d sponsor me to do all 28? Just
go with it!



Kiss Number 1

Today, I’ve got Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Lip Balm Stain. (not
to be confused with Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain Balm, also another product by
Revlon)



This shade is Lovesick, a pretty pink that can really ‘pop’ once you layer it on. I wear this with a pale matte base, curled lashes and a bit of dewy shine on the cheeks for a lovely hit of wide-awake colour and radiance to counteract the current grey weather we’re enjoying…



Now I bought this assuming it might be a light flush of
colour on the lips, but if you layer it up, boy-oh-boy does it pack a punch!













One coat gives you a nice flush



















Two coats and its in lipstick territory!



















The balm itself is very lightweight, semi-glossy and it lingers
on the lips for friggin aages! A lipstain it is!



In terms of moisturising ability, it’s not quite a substitute
for lip balm but it slides on smoothly and has a lovely non-sticky finish.


“Do I detect a hint of minty freshness? “ 


Why yes Donkey!
The Lip Balm Stain has a light minty smell – but not so much that I would say
it’s mint-flavoured.  It’s not strong
enough in my opinion, but I’m biased cos I love mint!




The pen applicator is very Chubby Stick and great fun to
use! No sharpening required and easy to find in your handbag!




Perfect for lipstick newbies who want the colour without the
thick (and sometimes unforgiving) cover of an actual lipstick.




What do you think? Anyone tried this compared to a Chubby Stick? Are pen applicators easier to apply?




HOW MANY LIPSTICKS DO YOU HAVE?





xXXXx


ps *No lipsticks were harmed in the making of #28Kisses.

Zoe Bayliss Wong

Zoe is a Forbes ’30 under 30′ finance pro, style writer, presenter and panellist, working for a fashion startup and trying to live that best life in the most IRL way possible.

4 Comments

  1. Ceren B.
    February 1, 2013 / 9:03 am

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  2. Anonymous
    February 1, 2013 / 4:59 pm

    been meaning to try this out – so thank you for the review! I look forward to the other 27 reviews!

  3. Gabrielle Agatha
    January 25, 2014 / 1:23 pm

    I have 3 lipstick.. this review makes me want to have that lip stain.. the color is so pretty :Dvisit and follow via GFC: http://gaburieruagasa.blogspot.com/