April 9, 2019

Revlon Gurls Talk Collection Arrives at Target

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You may have read about the new Revlon Gurls Talk Collection when they launched in the UK several weeks ago. If not, the collection is available now at Target. The collection was created in collaboration with British fashion model and activist for the Gurls Talk Adwoa Aboah.

The Revlon Gurl’s Talk Collection features three sets that promote self-care and body positivity and were also created to allow for easy application for younger makeup users. The kits also feature inspirational younger women th

A series of short films was also been released to market the collection and in each Aboah discusses the power of makeup and how the kits are ideal for people who struggle to apply makeup.

The Gurls Talk Community was opened a year ago by Aboah after struggling with mental and health addiction issues. She created the website as a safe space for both girls and women to speak about topics that are still seen as being taboo in today’s society. She also holds Gurls Talk events around the world!

Let’s take a look at the set!

Revlon Gurls Talk “It’s Okay To Feel Everything” Kit $14.99
A trio of makeup in shades of blue and purple that represent awareness of mental health!


  • Revlon Nail Enamel in Tough As Nails
  • Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Love Ya Self
  • Revlon Lip Topper in All The Feels

Revlon Gurls Talk “Celebrate Every Piece Of Yourself” Kit $14.99
A set of yellow and gold makeup pics that was designed to support conversations around feminine health.


  • Revlon Nail Enamel in Go with The Flow
  • Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in My Rights
  • Revlon Eyeshadow Putty in Check Yourself

Revlon Gurls Talk “Dare To Love Yourself” Kit $14.99
A selection of pink makeup to celebrate body positivity and encourage you to love the skin you are in.


  • Revlon Nail Enamel in Be Your Bae
  • Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Yas Girl
  • Revlon Eyeshadow Putty in Be-U-Ti-Ful

Revlon’s Gurls Talk Collection is available now!

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About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Kish

    What a fantastic collection. It’s nice to see makeup companies recognizing that mental and physical health of teens is really important. Especially given the tendency of social media to sometimes exacerbate these issues. Respect. Also, that gold collection is gorgeous!

  • Rachel

    I’m interested to know why they say it’s “easy application for new makeup users”. The gold is fairly neutral but the blue and purple collection? and two cool tones out of the three available? I feel like they cared more about their agenda being obvious with the shade names than about creating something that will actually HELP young/new users imo. how about something simple like info on how to choose a complementing color for your skin tone? to me unfortunately this really just seems like another celebrity riding the wave of capitalizing off of mental health and depression/addiction and frankly, I’m sick of it. anything designed to make someone money isn’t “conversation starter or awareness raiser”, it’s plain capitalism, don’t get it twisted people. not to say the sentiment isn’t nice, just personally don’t think this translates to real life well. on a side note, I feel like it was written in this woman’s contract that all the 90s dads in marketing got to choose the shade names ‍♀️ anyways, love your blog, you’re the only one I allow in my inbox lol. thank you for all your hard work!

    • Isabella Muse

      first off, flattered! thank you for letting me in your inbox ;-D xox! Secondly, mental health and just health in general (cancer, etc..) is such a tricky, tricky topic to take on when you’re creating and selling stuff like these sets. Where is the money going? Is it actually helping someone? etc…! I agree the sentiment is nice but is it purely capitalism or is someone actually benefiting from the money they are making on these sets? :-/

      • Rachel

        I agree 100%! after all the betterhelp scandals on youtube recently I’ve just been more aware of it being so prevalent. hopefully they’ll come out with more info soon, it would be awesome if it was for charity!

        • Isabella Muse

          You really have to be careful where your money gets donated nowadays. It drives me bats when everyone asks out checkout if I wanna donate to so and so and so. I have NO idea where that $$ is going. I always feel guilty saying no!

  • SusanT

    Hey, Muse! I love these! I just bought the pink & yellow sets, can’t wait to get them, thanks for letting us know about them!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      my pleasure enjoy! can you do me a favor and look at the box when it arrives? I’m curious if any of the funds are donated to any organizations?