This is what it says on the Makeup Revolutin website:
Boss your gloss! Our Sheer Lip line-up will have you obsessing over this finish all over again.
Good for those who want a gloss packed with pigment. This glossy formula glides on to deliver buildable colour, allowing you to easily switch from a sheer wash of colour to a statement glaze. And you can forget any stickiness. A great formula for people who suffer with dry lips but want colour – sheer brilliance!
Crazy about the colour? Introducing 88 shades of nude lips. Choose your shade. Shop your finish.
We’ve developed our lip range so you can shop your favourite nude shade in 4 different finishes, Crème, Sheer, Liquid Matte, Matte Lipstick.
So, for my everyday makeup I prefer very natural makeup and I usually go for a sheer lip, and when I was browsing the internet for more makeup to try, I came across these and I figured I’d give them a go.
Now, I’ve tried them both on top of lipstick, and on their own, and I do prefer them as a lip topper, because they do fade within an hour if I’m not wearing something underneath, but I don’t mind that too much, ’cause they are lipglosses after all.
But, when it comes to the pigmentation on these, I’m actually quite impressed.
They are still sheer in a way, but they do pack a punch when it comes to color and I like that alot with these.
However, when I apply them I do get that “thick line” on the outside of my lips, so I would recommend wiping a little of the product off the wand before application, so you won’t get too much product at once.
But if you do that, these are very easy to work with, and you don’t really need a mirror when you’re applying them, which is a huge plus in my book.
So, other than that I have to mention that they are a little bit thicker than some glosses I’ve used, and I do feel them on my lips throughout the day, so that’s something to keep in mind.
But, overall I think these are good glosses, and I will continue using them.
They are available on revolutionbeauty.com for 3£.