October 28, 2019

Revlon Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter & Bronzers for Fall 2019

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I was just complaining about the lack of new drugstore makeup and in step Revlon Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter and Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter Bronzer. I spotted these at a recent trip to Harmon’s but didn’t pick them up and I’m experiencing a tiny case of FOMO as the highlighters looked rather nice. They are $11.99 each and available in two shades each. I’m not for contouring but the darker shade of bronzer looks great for contouring as the surface has a very smooth appearance which leads me to believe application won’t be dusty or powdery resulting in a nice seamless finish on your contour work. Likewise for the highlighters they have a smooth, baked surface that’s gel-like. According to the promo they give glow but not sparkle or glitter. I thought at $12 each they were a bit expensive and I imagine once they reach retailers like Walgreens and CVS you’ll be looking at around $13.49 retail. I’m always amazing how high the cost of drugstore makeup has gone but the formulas lately do justify the higher cost I guess!

Revlon Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter and Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter Bronzer haven’t hit online retailers yet but I’m sure we’ll see them soon. As of now you can snag these ate Harmons.

I sort of regret not purchasing them but I don’t think I’d use them! I love my Becca Highlighters but anything else isn’t very appealing!

What do you think of the new Revlon Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter and Bronzers?

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  • Eraser

    About 10 years ado, Revlon had a whole line of SkinLights makeup. They were setting the pace for the luminous skin trend that really took off later. I was sad to see it go because they had some great products – maybe this means they’ll re-introduce it.