Temptress (creme), Rose & Shine (pearl), Berry Rich (creme), Goldpearl Plum (pearl)
Satin Plum (pearl), Plum Baby (pearl), Mauvy Night (creme), Icy Violet (pearl), Iced Amethyst (pearl)
Plumalicious (pearl), Berry Haute (creme), Va Va Violet (creme)
[Photo taken on the top side of my arm rather than the underside—that’s why the swatches don’t look as smooth!]
I’m not sure why some of these colours have been classified as plums (as specified by the Revlon Super Lustrous display) or what makes a colour plum in a technical sense. I’d call maybe the deeper half of the range plums, and the rest pink and red.
Most of the swatches here achieved lovely colour with 2-3 strokes, but there were a few exceptions. Satin Plum seems rather sheer and might not show up if you have pigmented lips. The swatch you see is about the most you can build this shade up to. On the other hand, Berry Rich was beautiful after just one stroke.
More Revlon Super Lustrous love:
review: Revlon Super Lustrous lipstick in Wine With Everything (creme)
swatches: Revlon Super Lustrous lipsticks (Reds)
swatches: Revlon Super Lustrous lipsticks (Neutrals)
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