Today I’m here with review of Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm Peach Blossom. If you love tinted lipbalms, give me a hi-five 🙂 I absolutely love them and actually used to literally apply them every time I would step out of house. I was not a lipstick person then 🙂 I still love tinted lipbalms and always have atleast 2-3 shades with me. My favorite tinted lipbalms will be Maybelline colorbloom(review of Pink blossom), Nivea fruity shine(checkout reviews of Cherry & Guava) and Maybelline babylips 🙂 So Lets enjoy the review 🙂
About Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm:
Evolve to a lip balm that is unique and takes the color of your lips. You’ll love Maybelline Lip Smooth Color Balm. Enriched with the goodness of Jojoba oil and Pro Vitamin E, it nourishes and protects your lips. The unique color tone technology reacts with your lips to give a great amalgamation of color and sheen.
- Unique color changing lip balm
- Creamy non-sticky texture
- Comes in a handy retractable stick
- Moisturizes and nourishes your lips
- Gives a tinge of color and sheen
- Mild candy fragrance
The SPF 16 sun protection is the added advantage of the lip balm. For soft, supple and moisturized lips, Maybelline Lip Smooth Color Balm is the perfect solution.
Price, Quantity & Shelf-life:
My Experience with Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm Peach Blossom:
Color coded twist up bullet. Fuss free and travel friendly.
Texture & Feel:
Smooth and non-waxy. Doesn’t feel heavy on lips when layered.
Color payoff of Maybelline color bloom lip balm peach blossom is not as good as pink blossom and in 1 swipe it does not show much color on lips. These lipbalms are formulated to gain color few minutes after you apply it but upon layering to 3-4 swipes my lips gain beautiful peachy pink color which is almost my MLBB. Looks quite natural.
Here are my lip swatches 🙂
I like to wear Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm Peach Blossom a lot as it does not over show the color and gives lips a beautiful peachy sheen but this will not hide pigmentation and might not show well on dark lips. It transfers a bit but stays put for 3 hours with some sipping and munching. It does not leave stain on lips like pink blossom so you’ll find no traces of it on your lips after a full meal.
This will not be sufficiently moisturizing for severely chapped lips.
Here is my FOTD flaunting Maybelline Color Bloom Peach Blossom.
What I Like:
- Nice Packaging.
- Creamy and moisturizing.
- Adapts to your lip-color.
- Claims are almost true.
- Even long time after applying, the color doesn’t fade much and fades evenly.
- Lipstick like finish in multiple swipes.
- My MLBB.
- Contains SPF 16.
- Easily available.
What I do not Like:
- Increased price.
- Color payoff is not as good as Pink Blossom.
- Not for dry chapped lips.
- Not for pigmented lips.
Final Verdict: 3.8/5
I love Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm Peach Blossom but I have better tinted lip balms in same price range. I like tinted lipbalms to show nice color on my lips and this one fails to do so.
Recommended: Yes, if you like very sheer color on your lips.
Repurchase: No. I would get Pink Blossom one or Nivea Fruity shine Guava.
Have you used Maybelline Color Bloom Lip Balm Peach Blossom? Do you like it? Share your thoughts in comment section below 🙂
Till next time…take care…xoxo.