Revlon Abstract Orange Super Lustrous Lipstick is a muted, medium copper with strong, warm orange undertones and a pearly sheen with fine shimmer throughout. The consistency was lightweight, thin without being clingy, and had enough slip to glide readily across my lips but not tug during application.
The smoother, finer shimmer gave my lips a more metallic finish without being so shimmery that it became prone to emphasizing lip texture or lip lines. It had medium, lightly buildable coverage that stayed on well for four and a half hours and felt lightly moisturizing over time.
Revlon Pink Pearl Super Lustrous Lipstick is a dusty, pink-coral base with strong, warm undertones and finer, iridescent pink pearl throughout. It was more nuanced in person, I think, as it had a cooler-toned shimmer that contrasted noticeably with the warmer base.
The texture was lightweight, thin, and lightly emollient, almost like a denser balm, so it glided comfortably across my lips and had good distribution of product. It had medium pigmentation in a single layer, which lasted well for four hours and felt hydrating while worn.
Revlon Apricot Fantasy Super Lustrous Lipstick is a medium, peachy-orange with strong, warm undertones and a frosted finish. It had medium coverage in a single layer, which was as expected based on the marketing.
The color applied fairly evenly, but it seemed to bunch up a bit along my lip lines and did not adhere as well to the inner area of my lips. The consistency was smooth, lightweight, and thin without being clingy. It wore well for three and a half hours and felt hydrating while worn.