Revlon Black Cherry (012) Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick is a medium-dark, reddened plum with subtle, warm undertones and a glossy finish with barely-there pearl. It had medium to semi-opaque coverage that applied evenly but the color was prone to migrating into fine lines, which made it look less-even (the color itself didn’t seem particularly streaky or the like).
The texture was smooth, creamy, and felt like it melted against my lips as I applied it, which had the sensation of butter but didn’t feel quite as slippery after a few seconds, though still emollient and non-sticky. It wore well for four hours and was lightly hydrating over time.
Revlon Sleek Mulberry (013) Super Lustrous Melting Glass Shine Lipstick is a dark, purple-berry with subtle, cool undertones and a glossy finish with barely-there pearl. It had semi-sheer to medium coverage, which went on fairly evenly but the color settled into fine lines and spider-webbed across even finer lines for me.
The consistency felt creamy and smooth–soft enough to feel as if it was melting as I applied it–but had moderate slip that didn’t result in feathering or bleeding color. It stayed on well for four hours and felt lightly moisturizing while worn.