Revlon Cherries in the Snow Super Lustrous Lipstick
Found this lipstick on Revlon’s warehouse and I immediately fell in love with it. I didn’t know it is a cult favorite until I researched about it. Revlon’s Cherries in the Snow has been around since the 1950’s particularly 1953.
Here is the original Cherries in the Snow ad from the 1950’s. It’s so pretty! It also has a matching nail polish.
What it says (the font is really small!):
Does any man really understand you?
Who knows you as you really are? Does he?
Who knows the secret hopes that warm your heart?
Who knows the dreams you dream, the words you’ve left unspoken?
Who knows the black-lace thoughts you think while shopping gingham frock?
Who knows you sometimes long to sleep in pure-silk sheets?
Who knows you’d love to meet a man who’d hold your hand and listen… while you say nothing at all?
Who knows there was a morning when your orange juice sparkled like champagne?
Who knows the secret, siren side of you that’s female as a silken cat?
Who else but Revlon understands you as you really are…
a trifle sky, but oh-so-warm… and just a little reckless,
deep inside… as strange and unexpected as cherries in the snow.
Infused with mega-moisturizers to seal in color and softness.
- Exclusive LiquiSilk™ formula with mega-moisturizers seals in color and softness
- Silky-smooth, creamy texture
- Stay true color wears evenly
To create the perfect pout, define lips by applying your choice of ColorStay® lipliner to the natural line of your lips. To further increase the wear of your lipstick, fill in lips completely. Continue by applying your favorite Revlon Super Lustrous™ Lipstick shade over the lined lips.
Classic packaging in black shiny tube with gold inner half of the tube
See through capInner gold tube so pretty!
Has no noticeable scent
Based on the ad from the 1950’s, Cherries in the Snow was more of a blue-toned red but what I see now is a hot berry shade. It is very pigmented and opaque, that I really like. No shimmers at all which I actually hate but gives off a nice shiny color. This shine makes my lips look healthier. The texture is creamy, silky and isn’t drying at all. I actually didn’t need to apply lip balm before because it is very moisturizing. I have dry, flaky lips, but have not experienced any flaking after I’ve wore this. I love that it instantly brightens my complexion. It is also long lasting and leaves a nice tint once it wears off.
My bare lips
Under natural lighting
What I like about the Revlon Cherries in the Snow Super Lustrous Lipstick:
- Love the shade
- Very pigmented
- Long lasting
- Very easy to apply
- Crème finish
- Doesn’t feel heavy on my lips
What I don’t like about the Revlon Cherries in the Snow Super Lustrous Lipstick:
- NONE that I can think of!
Php450 but I got this one at Php200.
Available in department stores like SM, Landmark and even selected Watsons
• The lipstick can be applied lightly for a sheen finish or can be built up for more opaque color
• Wear with light and subtle eye makeup to avoid makeup fiasco
Will I buy it again?
This lipsticks has been around since the 1950’s which make it timeless piece. If you like classic looks then I recommend this one for you. It’s a fun shade to play with. It is really great when you want a lip color that pops. IT’s a MUST HAVE! Now is the perfect time to grab one.
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