Revlon is the one company that has changed my views on lip gloss (doesn't that sound like a cheesy advert?)
up until as late as last month I loathed lip gloss, I deemed it sticky and totally unessential
but lately I have been layering Revlon lip glosses over lipstick like there is no tomorrow!
I will begin by saying I am unsure if these are about to be discontinued or in-fact have been
as I can't actually source them on Revlon's website nor Boots web page
yet they are still available in store hmm?
I hope not as I really like the formula and the packaging is quite classic for a high street brand.
Anyway Life's a Peach is a slightly dusky toned peach with warm tendencies,
it has a slight duo-chrome effect, when viewed up close you can see slight golden reflections.
Life's a Peach is slightly shimmery but has no visible glitter or shimmer chunks once applied.
The shimmer aspect only helps to make lips appear fuller and larger.
Although it is warm in tone it should work with just about everyone's skin tone
as the shade is particularly sheer.
Like I earlier mentioned Revlon lip glosses are the only gloss I currently use, this is mainly due to the formula.
I dislike sticky, thick glosses.
I need a gloss to feel light and almost undetectable in terms of feel.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Glosses are formulated rather well,they are thick but not overly so,
just enough so they glide on and stay in place without slipping and sliding around the lip area.
They feel light and un-sticky on the lips (safe to wear on a windy day haha!)
and the scent is un-noticeable...great for sensitive noses!
As with most lip glosses the pigmentation is really nothing to write home about!
Life's a Peach delivers a sheer coat of colour but does not completely alter the shade of your natural lips,
at best it adds a hint of a tint with a high glossy finish.
Shades like Life's a Peach are best layered over a similar coloured lip stick,
perhaps to lighten the shade and add a glossy top coat.
Lip gloss does not last any length of time on my lips and this shade is no different
with each application fairing for around an hour or so before requiring a touch up.
Round Up - A light glossy peach shade which is non-sticky.
Best For - Anyone who requires such shade and does not mind that the gloss is not highly pigmented.
Pigmentation - (3/10) I do think it is important to note that most glosses are not that highly saturated in terms of colour particularly the light shades.
Availability - I can't find these on the Boots/Superdrug websites but I did pick it up in a Boots store around a week ago. I have found the same shade on eBay for less - £2.25 inclusive of p&p - link