Posts Tagged ‘Revlon’
Monday, August 18th, 2014
It’s a common complaint that women have as they get older that they actually look younger without makeup. It’s a strange problem to have, since foundation is supposed to make you look better not older! Foundation and especially powder can build up in fine line and creases, accentuating the very thing that you were trying to hide. This is why it makes sense to have an anti-aging foundation. We tried Revlon’s Age Defying Firming + Lifting Makeup, which has hyaluronic acid for hydration, moisturizers, and ingredients to lift the skin. The best thing about this foundation is that it stays on top of the skin instead of gradually sinking into lines. The result is more of an air brushed effect. So does it make you look younger? It gives you a glow and smoothness to your skin and covers instead of highlights wrinkles. Win Revlon Age Defying Wrinkle Remedy Line Filler when you enter our contest of the quarter!
Tip: Do you have fine lines? Don’t knock the traditional remedy of olive oil! It’s rich in antioxidants, which protect your skin from free radicals that age skin cells.
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
If you’re looking for something different than the usual lip gloss or lipstick, then you may want to try Revlon’s ColorBurst Balm Stain. We tried this balm stain in Romantic, which does not go on nearly as dark as it looks. Since this is a combination of a lip stain and balm, it has a sheer color. However, the color lasts a lot longer than you would expect. To explain the texture, it’s as if you applied chapstick with the color intensity of a gloss and the longevity of a stain. Enter to win this product and more in our contest of the quarter!
Monday, September 17th, 2012
When Halle Berry is modeling a product , it’s hard to resist trying it. We tried Revlon’s brand new foundation, ColorStay Whipped Crème Makeup. This is unique to the regular ColorStay because it balances your skin all day so your face won’t look too oily or dry. We loved the formula and found that it kept to its promise of lasting all day (we found we didn’t need to use powder with this). What was unexpected is that the coverage is not very thick. We assumed because of the mousse texture that it would go on full, but you would need to put on a few layers to get to full coverage. If you’re looking for a medium coverage with a light feel, you’ll love this foundation. However, if you’re really looking to conceal, then we recommend you try their PhotoReady Foundation.
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Wednesday, July 27th, 2011
Did you know that Revlon actually started as a nailpolish company? This week, we are giving away our favorite shade of Revlon Top Speed Enamel, Jelly, and Revlon Expert Shapers! To enter, just comment below with a fact about Revlon’s history.
One winner per week, winner will be chosen by 8/3/2011 and notified by email 8/10/2011. U.S. residents
Monday, June 27th, 2011
The smoky eye look doesn’t always have to be gray and black eyeshadow. With Revlon’s CustomEyes Shadow & Liner palette in Smoky Sexy, you can get a smoky look with blues and grays. This palette has four eyeshadows and a fifth color that you can use as eyeliner. We really liked the bright take on smoky eyes for the summer. However, since these are vibrant blue hues, it will look more tame if you take the pointed end of the applicator and use the black shade to frame the eye. These shadows are not highly pigmented, so if you’re looking for more oomph try dampening the sponge applicator that comes with the set before applying your eyeshadow.