Revlon has a limited edition shade in their Super Lustrous Lipstick that was released with their new Expressionists Collection for Fall 2011, the shade is called Abstract Orange.
I picked this up on a whim since I really love coppery shades for Fall and this fits the bill.
Take a look!
Revlon Expressionists Collection for Fall 2011 is a collection that was collaborated with Gucci Westman. It’s also the introduction of the new Revlon Diamond Lust Eyeshadows which I’ve kinda fallen in love with.
Take a peek!
As you know from my prior post Revlon has a new limited edition collection of fruity scented nail polishes and lipglosses. I picked up two of the new Revlon Flavor Glosses, ugh, I know, I have plenty of lipgloss already….
But I couldn’t resist. Don’t hold it against me k? I actually wanted to haul more after realizing how cheap they were, $3.59! But I refrained and I was a good makeup junkie.
You might want to start haunting your local drugstore as I thought these were a rather cute catch for Summer.
These are the days I wish I was a nail girl!
Revlon has a wicked cool little collection out entitled Sweetly Seductive which contains an array of not only tasty lipglosses but matching nail polishes that are scented like pineapple, watermelon, coconut, and more!
It all started with a serum one day….
Lash Growth Serum hit the market with quite a hooray, thank you Ms Brooke Shields! And every after we have gotten just about every eye product in the world that promises longer, stronger lashes.
Mascara, serums, even eye creams! Hell, I want someone to invent an eyeshadow that looks good and treats my lashes so they’ll get longer and stronger..shiz, I shouldn’t have said that out loud! I could market that and make millions!
The latest craze for longer lashes is eyeliners that help the cause.
Revlon Grow Luscious Lash Liner joins brands like Physicians Formula in the drugstore lash growing epidemic with this new eyeliner.
Not only does it promise perfect eyeliner joy but also a lash growing serum built in!
Wonders never case.
Gimmick or Great?