Cherries in the Snow by Revlon is one of those lipsticks that will, in my opinion, always be a classic. The makeup industry are constantly bringing us new shades (much to the pain of my bank balance!) but very few colours stand the test of time. Cherries in the Snow was first released in 1953 by Revlon and is a real classic.
In my opinion, nothing is more beautiful than a classic red lipstick. There really is a colour for everyone and I suit a red with a pink undertone. Cherries in the Snow is the perfect red for me as it is just that. A cool/blue red mixed with raspberry pink. This is the prettiest lustrous colour that contrasts against my fair skin tone and dark hair perfectly.
Cherries in the Snow is very heavily pigmented and saturates my lips in colour. Application is always a dream as the colour glides on effortlessly. The lipstick does have a lustrous sheen and I usually avoid vibrant colours in this finish for fear of lipstick teeth, but I don’t find this to be a problem with this particular colour.
Perhaps one of the best things about Revlon Cherries in the Snow is the price at £7.99. An absolute bargain for a stand out lipstick in both formula and colour. I would thoroughly recommend adding a little vintage glamour to your collection and taking a look at Cherries in the Snow next time you pass a Revlon stockist.
Cherries in the Snow (and yes, I totally would buy this shade for the cute name alone!) is the perfect way to brighten my mood on a Monday!
Have you tried this classic red? I would love to hear your thoughts!
Talk to you all soon x