Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain ($8.99) It’s a pampering balm fused with a lightweight lipstain in an adorable chubby crayon. Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain gives softer, smoother lips with a perfect flush of color that lasts hour after hour. The gel formula comes in 12 vibrant shades that match any look or mood.
This is a newer version of their Just Bitten. This one is a stain and balm in one while the old version the stain and the balm were separated. I like the newer version much better. It’s easier to apply both products at once instead of doing each one one at a time. When it comes to stains I usually avoid them, because they tend to suck out all the moisture from my lips. I didn’t have to worry about that with the Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stains. They were moisturizing and gave my lips a slightly glossy shine. It reminded me of a moisturizing lipstick minus the taste of a lipstick. The lasting power is great. After applying, it takes a couple of minutes for the balm stain to stay put. The shine does wear off eventually. What glossy shine doesn’t right? However, the color lasts. It doesn’t last as long as most stains because it’s moisturizing. When the color does fade away, it fades away evenly. What I also like about these balm stains is that there is no need for a sharpener. All you have to do is twist the silver end and more product comes up just like a lipstick! Overall, I would recommend this if you are looking for a moisturizing lip stain.
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Revlon Just Bitten ($8.99)
-Kiss-proof color with soft shine
-Nourishing balm for supreme comfort
-Lipstain and balm in one convenient, dual-ended package
-Lipstain marker provides precise application
-Color does not smudge or streak
-Contains vitamin C for for anti-oxidant protection
-Creamy, lightweight balm perfectly melts on lips for smooth, glide-on application
-Translucent balm provides instant moisture and soft shine
-Available in 10 lightweight shades
This is a dual ended lipstain and lipbalm. One end is a marker tip lipstain and the other end is a lip balm. Compared to CoverGirl’s Outlast Lipstain, this is way better. Just Bitten went on smoother and easier. It didn’t go on streaky or blotchy. When the color faded a few hours after applying, it left back a natural stain color. It also faded very evenly. The lip balm provides a lot of moisture to your lips without being overly glossy. One thing to be careful is that the color that is on the tube is lighter than the color that will appear on your lips.
Cover Girl Outlast Lipstain ($7.99) The water-based colorants of Outlast Lipstain give lips a beautiful, lightweight flush of color that won’t come off, lasting for hours without the heavy look or feel of an ordinary lipstick. Its pen-like precision applicator makes it easy to define your lips-just draw on color without any hassle!
This lipstain was no good at all. It’s like you’re taking a dried out marker and trying to apply color to your lips. Not a pleasant feeling. The colors are outrageously bright. Like popsicle or kool-aid bright. It comes out a lot brighter than the color on the tip reflects. The lipstain was extremely drying and dried unevenly. Some parts of my lips were darker than others. Don’t waste your money on this stain.