I don't wear it too often as I find it a little drying on my lips.
It leans more towards orange than pink, although the bullet is a lovely pink colour.
|L-R: Single swipe, Double swipe|
Vintage Pink is well pigmented and wears evenly, and it doesn't leave a funny bitter taste at the back of my tongue as some Avon lippies do.
Applying well from the slender bullet, you can layer it up to increase its longevity, although a single, well applied coat will last a good 3 hours (and 3 cups of coffee). Adding a coat of gloss or balm over the top helps to prevent its drying effect. I like that the container closes with a solid satisfying snap, as most of Avon's Lipsticks do, so you don't have to worry about it opening in your bag.
I think I paid about €6 for it, about 2 years ago, and I have worn it about 5 or 6 times since I bought it.
Its a lovely colour to wear at the start of spring. Its not the most exciting colour, but it makes for a nice change.