Revlon is taking things to a whole new level when it comes to drugstore makeup, their seasonal collection are so fun and edgy you’d think they belong in a department store. The Fall/Winter 2014 collection by Revlon Artistic Director Gucci Westman is a “celebration of French mystique. Inspired by the sophisticated, bohemian women of Paris, this curated palette of makeup brings together modern, edgy color with an effortlessly cool allure.”
The collection includes:
Revlon ColorStay Ultimate Suede Lipstick – for instant moisture and all day color with a modern matte finish.
Four new shades: Boho Chic, Ready to Wear, Stylist, Wardrobe
Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner – providing rich, intense color that lasts up to 16 hours.
One new shade: Sapphire
Revlon Nail Enamel – in four trend led shades that deliver smooth chip resistant color:
Two new shades: Artsy and Bohemian and One LE shade: Edgy.
Revlon Photoready Primer+Shadow – Includes primer, three pigmented shadows and a sparkle top coat for a bit of drama.
One new shade: Eclectic
Revlon Colorstay LipLiner – allows you to define lips and extend the wear of lipcolor.
Two new shades: Fuchsia and Soft Pink
The highlight of the collection, for me at least, was the eyeshadow quint (?). The pigmentation is great, the colors and fun and unique, and the quality is good. My favorite part of the quint is the primer shade. OH MY GOD! Revlon, please, please, I beg you, make singles with this “primer shadows”. Creamy, pigmented, no fall out insanity. The shadow itself is a grey sliver that is so beautiful and rich it would make the hair on my arms stand up if I had any.
The lipsticks are surprisingly great. I haven’t been a fan of the new Colorstay Ultimate Suede Lipstick formula but these four new shades are quite nice.
The two glitter nail polishes stood out to me and I love how luxurious they look on. I like to layer two-three coats on and finish with a gel like top coat. So fancy!
The eyeliner is probably my least favorite of the collection. I am not a huge fan of pencil liners to begin with and I found this one to be quite hard and struggled to get a rich opaque line. Not a fan.
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