Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour Review and Swatches

Wednesday, 20 Sep 2017

Looking for a lipstick that is both hydrating and full of pigment? Well, let me introduce you to the Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour, the newest addition to the Ultra HD range. I have been a long time fan of the other Ultra HD lip products from Revlon, such as the Lip Lacquer, Matte Lip Colour and Lipstick, and now I am adding the Gel Lipcolour to the list! Available in 15 shades, these remind me of a more pigmented version of the Revlon ColourBurst Lip Butters which are sadly no longer available.

Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour

I was sent a few to try out, along with a gorgeous organiser, which you can check out here. Desert and Rhubarb are my favourites, and I have my eye on Coral too.

Swatches from Top-Bottom:

Dawn

Desert

Garden

Rhubarb

Adobe

Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour Swatches

The *Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolours (R165) are infused with Hyaluronic Acid for hydration, and Vibrant Pigments suspended in a clear gel base for an HD punch of colour in one swipe. Application is smooth and even, and thanks to the precision tip, there is no colouring outside the lines!

Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour Review

 What do you think of these new Revlon Lippies?

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4 thoughts on “Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolour Review and Swatches

  1. Been hearing so many good things about these lippies – I’m super keen to try out one of the nude shades! I’m just nervous of anything boldly coloured and glossy, as it gets on your teeth so easily!
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    1. admin says:

      Desert is amazing! They don’t really move around much, and are so comfortable to wear

  2. R Fourie says:

    Love the shades Dawn and Desert – thank you 🙂

    1. admin says:

      Pleasure Reonette! Dawn is slightly metallic, so just swatch it in store first 🙂

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