|Purchased by me.|
According to Maybelline,
- Pure color pigments suspended in a weightless gel.
- No heavy waxes or oils.
- Soft, sexy gel-color.
Top: Petal Rebel No. 60, Bottom: Pink Possibilities No. 65
Left: Petal Rebel No. 60, Right: Pink Possibilities No. 65
Petal Rebel No. 60 (bottom) is a lighter blue-based petal pink. This is a soft and feminine pink.
When compared to Revlon Lip Butters, the Maybelline Color Whispers feel lighter on the lips, are less moisturizing, are generally less pigmented, and aren't as long-wearing. You may think that this means that I much prefer the Revlon Lip Butters to the Maybelline Color Whispers, but I really like both and find them significantly different from one another.
Overall assessment: I really like the Color Whisper formula because it feels so wonderfully light on the lips while maintaining a nice shine and light sheer color. It isn't a long-wearing formula, but reapplication doesn't bother me. I do wish that they were formulated to be moisturizing, but perhaps more importantly they are not drying on my lips. Pink Possibilities No. 65 and Petal Rebel No. 60 are both lovely pinks that I will be reaching for often!
I purchased mine at Rite-Aid where they were on sale (buy one, get one half off). Regular price $7.19 each.
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