Revlon recently released a small, limited edition collection of five vintage shades from their Super Lustrous line of lipsticks: 5th Ave Red, Icy Violet, Jungle Peach, Sandstorm, and Snow Peach. Snow Peach, a bright coral pink from 1956, caught my attention and is the one I brought home with me.
Snow Peach has a really nice, creamy texture and applies evenly with rich color. It’s going to be a really great spring and summer shade to have around, and a color I’m happy to have found at a wallet-friendly price.
Above, I’m also wearing a blend of L’Oreal True Match (review) and Sonia Kashuk Perfecting Luminous foundations, Sonia Kashuk Chic Luminosity translucent powder (review), The Body Shop bronzer in Medium Matte, Fyrinnae blush in Nordic Angel (review), Maybelline brow pencil in Blonde, and Maybelline The Falsies mascara (review).
I have naturally pretty pigmented, red-toned lips and so when I wear pinks I really want them to have some good color payoff and to not show any weak pigmentation or patchiness. Snow Peach is pretty great! It doesn’t take a ton of passes to get opaque color (maybe just two), and it lasts well. I find it to be neither hydrating nor drying, and it’ll stick around for about 4 hours.
I found my Legacy Collection lipstick at a nearby Bartell Drugs (a northwest chain), but a few shades were actually just sitting on top of an unrelated display rather than in a display of their own. It wasn’t until later that I spotted a real display at a Walgreens, so these are definitely still available in some places. Mine was around $7, but the price will depend on where you find them. For a rundown of the five different shades, take a look at Temptalia’s post.
Have you spotted this collection yet? Do any of the shades catch your eye?