January 22, 2019

Revlon Crystal Aura for Spring 2019 Brings An Interesting Assortment of Makeup To the Drugstore

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Revlon Crystal Aura is a new, limited edition Spring 2019 Makeup Collection featuring a new velvety Crystal Aura Putty Powder Eye Beam and some other interesting pieces that have me curious!

I have to admit Revlon Crystal Aura has the feel of Almay’s Cosmic Collection that launches for Spring/Summer 2018. For some reason, it sort of gives off that galactic makeup vibe that drugstores were trying to make a thing last year. I’m not really into all the metallic, holographic, iridescent finishes these collections tend to concentrate on but I have to admit Revlon has me intrigued with a few of the products from this launch and I’m excited to check them out.

Here’s a look at Revlon Crystal Aura Spring 2019.

Let me know what you think!

Revlon Crystal Aura Lip Glow Gelee $9.99 (3 Shades)
A creamy, non-sticky gloss that contains iridescence of crystals which capture the light for a holographic lip look.

Revlon Crystal Aura Glow Lip Oil $9.99 (3 Shades)
A rose quartz-infused formula with a lightweight texture that hydrates and adds a subtle shine and glow to lips!

Revlon Crystal Aura Putty Powder Eye Beam $8.99
A glistening eyeshadow with a a putty-like texture that provides a creamy, lightweight wash of color with a glistening finish!

Revlon Crystal Aura Crystal Lipstick $9.99
A prismatic crystal infused with rose quartz lipstick that gives lips an ethereal hint of shimmer!

Revlon Crystal Aura Liquid Gleam Potion $12.99
A liquid illuminator infused with rose quartz for a sheer, opalescent glow that can be worn alone or mixed with your foundation or moisturizer.

Revlon Crystal Aura Glow Gelee Highlighter $10.99
A highlighter with playful, jelly texture that gives your complexion a pearlescent glow.

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  • Carol G

    The eye shadows are definitely worth checking out. I’m just excited for the return of drugstore brands doing seasonal launches! Here’s hoping we get some other offerings from other brands. I remember the glory days when Revlon, Maybelline, L’Oreal all did collections of new items every season. Man, I miss those days… Now it seems like only WnW does seasonal collections, which is fine, but I want ALL the drugstore brands to start doing them again.

    • Isabella Muse

      doesn’t it seem likes years and years since that happened? It isn’t even that long but for some reason the last three years it feels like the drugstore beauty world just did a 180 on me. It’s all social media, all the time, and pushing content on their own sites/etc…! they really cut out the local CVS/Walgreens/etc…! I miss those days too! WnW does do a lot of seasonal but impossible to find unless you buy online!

  • Kimmyyy

    I feel like Revlon is normally the brand with the plain packaging, so I like seeing them do something different. This looks cute without being too childish. My only worry is that everything will be too glittery/shimmery. I’m OK with shimmery eyeshadow, but I’m not a fan of it in my lip or face products. We’ll see! I think I’ll at least pick up a lip oil and an eyeshadow.

  • kjh

    Much like the rebranded Avon, Revlon has s.o. new and good doing the packaging. Pretty, ethereal, relevant to/representative of the theme of the collection and adult-oriented. The collection is rather new-Almayesque, good observation. But my suspicion is that these, lips, anyway will be low pigment, high shine with shimmer particles….and they will all look alike, when on. I got schnockered by a Revlon lip in the 90s, in a tube w/brush, and was way pissed that 4 shades that looked so different in the tube were essentially the same. I think this will be that all over again.

  • Jane

    Those lipsticks look like 90s realness and I’m here for it.

    This basically is the Almay collection; why don’t they just shelve the brand if they’re not going to be creative at all?

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m glad I’m not alone feeling like it looks like the Almay launch!

  • Angie Clementine

    Oh gosh, none of these products appeal to me. I’m just not a fan of super shimmery/iridescent makeup. It looks really pretty in the tube or whatever, but when I put it on my face I’m like “nope”. I’m not sure who buys this stuff— maybe young people headed to Coachella??

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m like that and I’m also in agreement it feels a bit Coachella and unicorn!