Revlon, Inc. is an American multinational cosmetics, skin care, fragrance, and personal care company founded in 1932 and based in New York City. Revlon was founded in the midst of the Great Depression, 1932, by Charles Revson and his brother Joseph along with a chemist, Charles Lachman, who contributed the "L" in the Revlon name.

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Recent Revlon Reviews

Lipstick -Revlon -Ultra HD Gel Lipcolor

on 3/22/2018 11:06:00 PM


Have this in Coral, it's very similar to the discontinued lip butter in juicy papaya. I actually like this a bit more, nice shine, great colour not too bright but a lovely sheer coral. Would repurchase.

Lip Gloss -Revlon -Kiss Lip Balm SPF 20

on 3/22/2018 5:05:00 AM


I bought the one in tropical summer. This product is very useful for the spf 20 protection it provides. However, it does get a bit drying so I'd carry another balm to help with that if you plan on using this over several hours in the day. The smell is fantastic and isn't off-putting. If you're looking for some lip protection from the sun, this is for you!!

Foundations -Revlon -Youth fx


So I am in this age range for this product and thought.. wow .. lets give this a go. I have worked in the cosmetic industry and have always used great skin care daily. So I have now been trying out some drug store brands of foundations. I guess, always looking for that "OMG" product. I have been using Cover Girls Simply Ageless foundation and surprisingly LOVED IT. So I ran out and thought, let's try this. I love Revlon products.... ;however.. this one I do not.
I gave it a few chances. With my moisturizer underneath, without..and both times it was difficult to apply, it actually dragged over my skin leaving "empty patches" and settling in spots around my nose and mouth. There are no wrinkles there, just the regular textures of my skin.
It wore off, and felt like it was actually slipping off. I was very disappointed. I do love the packaging. I think you would get all of the product out unless, like me, you return it as throwing it away at $15 is really a "hell no."

Id not recommend nor buy this again and for something I am shocked I love.. I will go back to Cover Girls/Olay's foundation.

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Blush -Revlon -Insta-Blush


Okay, so, I’m a pale girl who likes a full coverage and you know what that means? The little amount of colour you have ends up getting lost. I also have dry skin so powder blushes just look bad. So, when I heard about Revlon’s new cream blush that reportedly gave a sheer amount of colour, I was over the moon! Sure, it’s expensive but I though, “Well, hey, I’ve heard good things, I’m sure it’s worth it!” Boy, was I wrong. I bought ROSE GOLD KISS and went on my merry way. When it came time to swipe the colour on my cheeks, it wiped off my foundation. Huh. Okay, I’ll fix my foundation and dab it on my fingers AND THEN apply it to my face. Hm, nope, this time the colour barely showed and when I blended it out, the colour disappeared. Alright, I’m not applying enough. I grab a concealer brush and cover it in a force to be reckoned with amount and try applying it to my face once more. NOPE, nothing! At this point, I’m like, “What am I doing wrong?!” As it turns out, I wasn’t doing anything wrong, the product just doesn’t work. The packaging is beautiful, the cream consistency is gorgeous but at the end of the day, if it doesn’t work or at least show up on PALE SKIN, what’s the point? I’m so disappointed because this product sounded like it would be what I was looking for wasn’t.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Eye Shadow -Revlon -ColorStay Creme Eyeshadow

on 3/21/2018 4:56:00 AM


These seem very nice, I purchased #730 yesterday and have played about with it a bit. It's a sheer, shimmery nude rose pink. The perfect natural polished eye look! The pigment intensity isn't very strong - I think the Maybelline Tattoo ones were better in that case. I have "Bad to the Bronze" which is by comparison much thicker and more metallic. This Revlon one seems thinner, sheer but creates a beautiful shimmery wash of colour that sparkles in the sun. I just used my fingers but the brush that comes with it also looks handy. I didn't notice any scent. Guessing they could also be used as a base for other shadows too. I always use eye primer but these seem to dry quickly and set well - it's been over 6 hours so far & no creasing or flaking so far. I would recommend these for people looking for quick, neutral eye shadows that are easy to apply and last all day.

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