Revlon’s new Baby Stick Blush is available with the Pacific Coast Collection by Gucci Westman that’s popping up for Spring/Summer 2013. These are tiny swivel up gel blushes available in three shades. Exciting right? I’ve been busy hunting it everywhere and I finally located it. It’s not exclusive to CVS but it seems that CVS is the first one to put it out. I’ve checked Harmons and a few other drugstores with little success
Let’s take a look!
Revlon released a new version of Colorstay Concealer for Spring 2013. I’ve never tried this concealer before but I do believe it might simply be a repackaged version of their original Colorstay formula which used to come in a click pen applicator. But don’t quote me as I never tried that one….! I’m assuming that perhaps it was repackaged and has minor formula adjustments.
According to Revlon it will provide 24 hours of wear. This drugstore cosmetic claims get more and more ridunkculous lately….being a concealer junkie I’m all about long wear but 24 straight hours? Who even needs that?
Take a look!
Revlon has released a new Colorstay Timeless Perfection Concealer that promises 24 hours wear. Why you’d need your concealer to last that long is beyond me but to each his/her own.
Revlon Colorstay Timeless Perfection 24HR Wear Concealer is available in five shades on new displays but I imagine when they join the permanent collection Revlon will extend the shade selection.
I surely hope that you’ve tried Revlon Photoready Perfecting Primer by now. If not, I’m here to tell you that you NEED to check it out.
Available in a regular and a color correcting formula this brilliant primer is easy enough to pick up at your local drugstore (or get it today at CVS as there’s a Revlon Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off this week!).
I picked up Revlon Photoready BB Cream on Saturday and blogged it from my car. Revlon BB Cream? Yeah, I was excited.
I actually found it at Bed, Bath, and Beyond marked at a very reasonable $8.29. I was surprised as although BBB is part of Harmons, typically their prices are higher for some odd reason or another. $8.29 seems reasonable enough. I suspect once it hits the standard round of drugstores the price will range from $9.99-$11.99.
Having been very disappointed with Maybelline’s Dream Fresh BB Cream as well as other US BB Creams I haven’t pinned too many hopes on Revlon Photoready BB Cream.
What did I think?
Here’s a few thoughts!