The Revlon Cheek Boutique Collection features new shades of Revlon Powder Blush, Revlon Cream Blush, and Revlon Highlighting Palettes in an array of pretty pops of color.
I got so excited when I seen it I ended up purchasing out the entire display! The colors are just all so lovely it was hard to resist.
Here, take a look, you’ll see what I mean!
I located this display at Bed, Bath, and Beyond as well as at Harmons. Like the Maybelline Gilded in Gold Collection this seems to have gotten an early launch at both these locations and you should see it wider spread at drugstores like CVS and Walgreens later in the month.
I’m unsure if these colors are limited edition. The display does not say as such so I suspect it might be a preview of Revlon Spring 2014 and the items will be added to the permanent display later in the Spring.
The new Revlon Highlighting Palette is available in three shades:
- Peach Glow
- Rose Glow
- Bronze Glow
They actually look very similar to some product or another that perhaps Revlon or someone else had introduced before but I can’t just recall who. I know Milani also had palettes like this way back in the day. Each palette contains six strips of color to highlight face and cheeks with.
Revlon Charmed Cream Blush is part of this collection as well! I think the current collection of Revlon Photoready Cream Blush Collection only has three shades so it is nice to see another shade added. And this is a pretty winter rose color!
And finally, the thing to get the most excited about, these gorgeous new shades of Revlon Powder Blush!
There are seven shades:
- Haute Pink
- Classy Coral
- Wine Not
- Oh Baby! Pink
- Naughty Nude
- Racy Rose
Currently powder blush has a sort of wavy design so I suspect this is a preview of perhaps a new launch of shades, new packaging, etc…for Spring!
Again, I’m only assuming that of course.
Either way the colors are positively beautiful and I’ll have a review and swatches of them all shortly but here’s a little sneak peek at Racy Rose!
Isn’t it stunning?
More to come shortly!
Anyone spot this display?