Skip to main content

REVIEW: Radiant Pink from Colorbar True Gloss

Who lovesCandyFloss?
I know I do... I do cause I have an enormous sweet tooth and I love them also cause it brings back childhood memories :) It takes me back to the time when we were on a cable car to Mussoori, then it takes me to the time when we were sitting in the gardens of the Sun Temple picnic-ing in Gwalior then it takes me to the times when we used candyfloss as a prop in one of our college fashion shows... Candyfloss holds a special place in my heart and somehow my latest purchase from Colorbar takes me to this candyfloss induced nostalgia :)
 
There is something about the Colorbar True Gloss range that just tempts me so much that I have to go and buy newer shades :P Last time I reviewed the much celebrated and much raved about shade called Vintage Rose and today I talk about a lesser known shade called Radiant Pink.

If Vintage Rose was a bright fuschia based shade then Radiant Pink is its Neon cousin who is beautiful on its own but still clamors for more attention... Nope! This shade isn't for the faint hearted! Only those who can handle tantrums and doesn't mind being an attention wh*re should get this! Though in all honesty, I can handle neither tantrums nor the limelight and I still got it... This goes to show that the statement I made earlier is just a box of BS :P So go go go ladies and get yourself a tube :D

On the downside it may not suit darker and duskier skintones and I honestly believe that it would look fabulous on fair and medium skintones.

Like its cousing the Vintage Rose, Radiant Pink too stays on for like ever and fades to a gorgeous and a super flattering stain...

Images of the Product:

Swatches:


LOTD:

Ooooohhhhsss And Aaaaahhhssss!!!
1. It is extremely well pigmented.
2. Does not have any glitter or shimmer or frost.
3. It stays on forever.
4. It does not dry one's lips or flakes off.
5. It does not bleed.
6. Does not cause any irritation or reactions.
7. Extremely comfortable to the pocket.
 
Ouches!!!
I honestly cannot think of any except for maybe the fact that the Silver lettering that says "Colorbar" gets scratched off easily :( But then this really is nit-picking!

Price:
It costs INR 495/-

Repurchase?
Since it's quite on the neon-y side am not sure if it'll get over soon for me to repurchase ;)

Would I Recommend?
Like I said before if you are fair or medium skinned and have the heart of a lion and don't mind attention then go all out and get it! You will not regret ;)
This would however not suit dark skinned beauties...

Overall Rating:
 9/10

Comments

  1. suits u suma..i like vintage rose more

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. thanks Pree but I like Vintage Rose more as well ;)

      Delete
  2. you look absolutely gorgeous.!!
    I guess.. everything/evry lip color suits you! :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. LOL I soooo wish that were true babe :P Classics like MAC Cosmo and Revlon Peach completely wash me out :/ hehehhehe ♥

      Delete
  3. Replies
    1. heheheh it sure is on the neony side for sure :P

      Delete
  4. Hi, this is not relevant to the post, but I was searching Google for Maybelline Coral Pink lipstick reviews and I came across this post which is a total Ctrl+A and Ctrl+C job on your review on this lipstick.
    Link: http://kokosowa-panna.blogspot.in/2011/11/review-lotd-maybelline-colorsensational.html#

    Did you guest-post there or is this plagiarism? Just thought I will bring this to your notice. Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. thanks for the concern babe... the thing is a lot of my posts have been copied on this blog and not only me rather a lot of other blogger's posts have been copied as well...
      Looks like it is an automated blog that basically feeds on other blogs' RSS feeds :/ I don't think there's a person behind it... and so am not sure what can be done about it :/

      Delete
  5. Great post!!! It sounds really good so I might be trying it sometime this year! Thanks for the recommendation!!!
    http://glossandmagic.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Make Me Happy :) Leave A Comment!

Popular posts from this blog

Makeup Class: Difference Between A Bronzer, A Highlighter, An Illuminator & A Brightener

Bronzer Vs Highlighter Vs Illuminator Vs Brightener 

Very often than not being a beauty blogger I come across the terms Bronzer, Highlighter, Brightener and Illuminator at least a dozen times a day. These terms are everywhere and people use them in their daily conversation with so much confidence that you'd be surprised at how wrong many of them are in their usages. Oh! Yes even I have made mistakes in the past about their connotations and today armed with research, experiments and well just plain analysis I have reached a consensus where I can now confidently put forth the results of my hard work...

Yes, today ladies and gentlemen, I shall be clearing all the confusion that prevails behind Bronzers, Highlighters, Illuminators and Brighteners!

REVIEW: Johnson's Baby Lotion on Adult Skin

I am itching to do some makeup EOTDs and LOTDs since a while now but with guests at home I am not getting any time... So for a while you guys are stuck with me doing reviews. Not that my reviews do not need much efforts but as compared to EOTDs and LOTDs, reviews are a little bit less demanding where time constraints are concerned... Don't you agree? :)

Today I shall be reviewing the Johnson's baby lotion and before you raise your eye brows and say to yourself "WTF" let me make it absolutely clear that I bought it when I was out of a moisturiser and needed one pronto! This was the only one available and so I just bought it. I figured if it was good for babies, how could it be bad for me? The truth? Read on ;)

Johnson's Baby Lotion is Clinically proven to be mild and mild it sure is. It has a soft and soothing fragrance, which I love. Once applied it gets absorbed really fast and does not leave a residual oiliness or greasiness. It would be perfect for normal ski…

10 Best Loose Powders Available in India

10 Best Loose Powders Available in IndiaISLM Writer: Sanchita

Summer is going to knock on the door soon and we, who are blessed (or cursed) with oily skin, will crawl back to our powders and/or matte foundations to keep the skin oil-free as far as possible. Being oily skinned, I have always found my way back to loose powders even though their packaging is slightly messy. This is because loose or translucent powders are more finely milled than the compact versions and hence gives you an even look rather than a made-up cakey one. Compact has the tendency to look rough under eyes or around the mouth whereas loose powders work excellently. No wonder, oily skin stays matte for longer duration than it does with the compact ones. Mostly, it gives sheer to buildable coverage and sits on the skin like a natural finish look.