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!
As you know Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm is one of two new chubby lip pencil formulas launched earlier this Fall. Revlon introduced these balm pencils in both a matte and a lacquer formula (btw I didn’t mind the matte so much! They were actual quite lovely! As a self proclaimed matte hater that’s saying something).
Of course, the more appealing of the two formulas for this glossy loving girl was the Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm!
Let’s take a look!
Meet the new Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm Lip Pencil ($6.99 at Harmons drugstore) that recently launched in a special display which also happens to include Lacquer Balms. So whether you love a matte balm or you like a glossy one Revlon has you covered with this collection.
At this point it is unknown if Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm is a limited edition product. Due to the limited shade selection I feel like you might see the product for a limited run for Fall/Winter 2013 but might see a bigger release and a more permanent one come Spring 2014. But this is mere speculation on my part….I’m just making big assumptions here.
Either way if you love lip pencils but feel like there aren’t enough available with a matte finish I’m sure you’ll adore Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm.
Revlon Colorburst The Crayon Collection is a new selection of Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balms and Matte Balms available in several shades per each finish. The pencils are $6.99 each (at Harmons) and available for the Fall/Winter 2013 season. I’m not sure if these will become permanent or not at this point. I sure hope they do as you know how I feel about chubby balm pencils dontcha?
This isn’t Revlon’s first foray into balm pencils as they have Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stains as well as the old Just Bitten Lipstain + Balm from three or so years ago.
I’ve been testing out the Matte Balms last week and part of this week and will have a review for you shortly, following up with the Lacquer ones shortly as well!
Get ready for eighteen shades of the new Revlon Colorstay Shadow Links Eyeshadow launching at drugstores now for the Fall/Winter 2013 season. These cute little clickable shadows stack side by side to create your own custom eyeshadow palette.
Each shadow is $2.49 (at Harmons drugstore) and they come in a range of eighteen colors!
I’ll be reviewing them shortly but thought I’d share the display I located at Harmons recently.
I was thinking how inexpensive and budget friendly they are but realized creating your perfect palette could get pricey quite as I clicked four shades together thus my “palette” cost me $10 bucks and tax! But hey, they are full size shades so that counts for something.
Busy testing these now so expect swatches and a review shortly.