I don’t know how I feel about including this lipstick in my red lip series. I mean, it’s totally like the lipstick angels came down from heaven and stole all of the cherries to make it, but…
This isn’t a red lipstick and I’m sick of hearing it described as a blue-based red. It’s pink. Pink like Nicki Minaj can only f*cking dream of. Although having said that, I’m gonna propagate the “this is a blue-based red lipstick” ’cause it’ll probably work better for my SEO. Don’t tell me you haven’t been warned though. It’s f*cking pink.
Colour dramas aside (the ones in my head), Revlon Cherries in the Snow is totally worthy of all the praise bestowed upon it, feeling more like a £20 lipstick than a £7.49 one. It’s rich, luxurious, deeply-pigmented and long-lasting. You can work it into the lips like a stain or wear it in all it’s full-bodied glory. If you apply, blot, apply, blot (and I mean really blot) – it doesn’t transfer all over your glass and stays put for most of the day.
Frankly, every woman should own this – aslong as you like pink. I found it really hard to get hold of, it was never in Boots and I’ve been looking casually for the best part of 4 years (seriously). In the end I picked it up on eBay for way cheaper than the RRP anyway. Go buy it. Like now.
Do you own Cherries in the Snow? Pink innit?