And dear Kahani was kind enough to help me haul four shades back from Hong Kong when she was back over the Chinese New Year holidays. No prizes for guessing which of the four I've been playing with the most.
Lovelies, meet Peach Parfait.
A frosted peachy shade, this is definitely for the ladies who love sheer lipsticks. Otherwise, skip this one. Whilst I don't have a problem with my lips drying out on me (I wear lipbalm with all my lipsticks), it's sadly not as buttery or balmy as I expected. I mean, with a name like "Lip Butter", I really did expect it to be more like buttah.
However, applied, they do give my lips a rather moist look which I'm quite happy with.
Of the four shades I bought, Peach Parfait is the sheerest of the lot, but it does add a nice touch of colour to my lips. The other three - Sugar Plum, Red Velvet and Cherry Tart - fare much better in the pigment department.
The Revlon Lip Butters cost me HKD98 (RM38) each.
I picked up Macaroon from Guardian, Mid Valley (at RM24.90), which according to Karla Sugar is a UK exclusive shade. Yay!
On the whole, while I wish it was just a tad more balmy and buttery, but it's still a very pretty lipstick. Have you tried the Lip Butters?