October 4, 2012

Revlon Photoready Primer + Shadow Palettes

Revlon Photoready Primer + Shadow
are a new range of palettes featuring three eyeshadows, a primer, and a sparkly topcoat.

Take a look at more photos after the jump!

These are $7.99 at Harmons right now. I purchased two. I haven’t tried them yet or opened them but it appears the primer might not be a cream simply a powder used for color washing prior to eyeshadow application but don’t quote me.

There are easy to follow application instructions in the back of the palette stating to use the primer first, proceed to use the three shades of shadow on lid, crease, and brow bone, and complete the look with the sparkle top coat.

Palettes like this are very similar to ones you can get in Japan as the Japanese favor sparkly topcoats so it’s nice to see the US doing something similar.

I’ll have a review of them shortly.

Have you seen these yet?

About the Muse

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  • Tiffany Martin

    These look really really good. I’m glad you got some, Muse! I wanted these too, might pick ’em up this month, depending on a few more reviews (including yours ^_^)

    • the Muse

      tiffany, def smart to wait, ya never know they could be crap hehe! review on the way shortly!

  • Maggie

    Very very curious–especially wondering how they live up to similar Japanese palettes. I’m so used to being disappointed by drugstore shadows but Revlon has been very good with a lot of their releases lately.

  • OrangeLipstickBlog

    Can’t wait to see your review of these – I’m very curious!

  • Jennifer

    Look interesting…..do you think the glitter topcoat will have major fall-out issues?

  • Butterdaisy

    I favor sparkly topcoats too! So hard to find. My last favorite one is from a long discontinued Tommy Hilfiger pallet i have. I also have tge Almay pallets in blue and green but the glitter topcoat part creases rather quickly. Hopefully the primer helps in these.