A couple of weeks ago I happened to pop into London Drugs and saw they had their Revlon Super Lustrous lipsticks on sale for $3.99, which is a massively good deal considering they're usually priced between $7.99 - $9.99 in all the shops in my city. I tried a bunch of their testers, swatching them on my hand and arm, and settled on Love That Pink, Love That Red, and Certainly Red.
I'm quite a big fan of Revlon lipsticks, as far as drugstore lipsticks go, they have a nice selection of colours and I don't find them particularly drying. I also like Rimmel lipsticks quite a bit, but dislike that most of their lipsticks aren't sealed -- I won't buy any that aren't because, well, it's not hygienic.
I've always liked the packaging of Revlon's Super Lustrous lipsticks, the simple black and shiny gold tube. I notice a lot of drug store lipsticks come in sort of, well, ugly tubes. That said, if the lipstick is a nice colour and good quality, the packaging doesn't matter that much, now, does it?
Love That Pink is a very slightly reddish pink shade, perfect for spring and summer.
Love That Red is true red, with what I think might be just a slight hint of pink.
Certainly Red is another true red shade and slightly darker than Love That Red, I think it will be perfect for autumn and winter.