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The Beauty Bite: Revlon Fire And Ice Lipstick

Saturday, 4 December 2010

Revlon Fire And Ice Lipstick

It's no lie; red lips are a tricky thing to handle. With a sea of modern shades and formulas sweeping the market, sometimes it's nice to fall back on an old classic. Which is why I thoroughly welcome with open arms the seasonal re-issue of Revlon's beautifully iconic Fire & Ice.

Originally released in 1952, this classic blue based red is back with one hell of a bang! Complete with a uber chic remake of the initial ad starring 2010's very own Hollywood siren Jessica Biel, this product is proud to embrace old school glamour in all it's glory. Perhaps I've watched one too many episodes of Mad Men, but back then sexy was elegance and mystery - not flashing your arse cheeks in a pair of Jordan inspired Hot Pants.

Fire and Ice swatched

The formula is an absolute dream to wear. Glossy and comfortable on the lips, a dash of liner will set you up flawlessly for a seductive night on the town. I got around 2 hours wear before I felt like a top up, which for a red this vibrant and punchy feels like a pretty fair deal.

Fire and Ice applied to heavily pigmented lips

As we all know, make up has the ability to not only change our look but also our mood. I challenge anyone to apply this beauty and not feel instantly sexier. Fire and Ice takes the word vamp to gloriously retro levels; if you've got the confidence to rock it then you'll sure as hell look damn hot doing so.

Revlon Fire and Ice is available from selected retailers worldwide and boots for £7.29

*this product was purchased by the Beauty Bite*

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At Sunday, December 05, 2010 , Blogger Fuyume said...

red lips are uber dramatic. i love them and think more women should embrace red :) gr8 post xxx

At Tuesday, December 07, 2010 , Blogger Jen W said...

I love red lipstick as well it makes me feel like a million $$$.

How does this lipstick compare to high end brands like Chanel? (I'm ashamed to say I haven't ever bought a drug store lippy..)


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