This color is legendary and universally flattering. It was first distributed in 1952 and has been popular ever since. I frequently hear women complain they can't pull off red lipstick, but Fire and Ice looks good on nearly every skintone. It was even a favorite of the late celebrity makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin.
The print advertisements for Fire and Ice were also groundbreaking. They featured model Dorian Leigh with matching red lips and nails alongside a quiz: "Are You Made for Fire and Ice?" (Sample questions included "Do you secretly hope the next man you meet will be a psychiatrist?" and "Does gypsy music make you sad?") Revlon is even attempting to recreate the ad featuring Jessica Biel. Here's a comparison:
Purchasing Fire and Ice instantly put me in mind of this 1960 Revlon TV ad for the brand new color Berry Bon Bon. I cannot even begin convey the amazing-ness that is this commercial. You'll have to watch for yourself.