I purchased this in Skinlights and Black Magic, and I have to say, these are really good! The colors are true to their pigments, and though they crease, they rub on very nicely and gently, no pulling or stretching. One of the best cream shadows I've bought! One of the reasons I love these are because of the selection of color; there's everything from blues to greens to reds to yellows to bright gold and shiny silver! I can find any color for any occasion. I wish they'd sell these in singles, though, because I love some colors while others... not so much. Buy them if you will, but be careful, because they DO crease, so use a base. I don't mind the creasing, it's not that bad. All in all, amazing product!
I, like many others picked up these cream shadows because the colors looked super nice. The first time I tried to use the shadows, they were sticky on my lid and made my eyelid basically stick to my crease. I then tried applying powder on my lid before I applied the cream shadow, and that was even more of a disaster (think gum).
I figured that maybe I could use them as a base, but the color pay off is minimal to non-existent, not to mention that ALL of my eye shadows wouldn't blend at all over these things.
Needless to say, I've since thrown them out and will never be using Revlon's cream shadows again.
I bought this in Not Just Nudes because the color palette was so nice and flattering and I figured it would be my go-to daily eye shadow. Unfortunately it's hard to blend unless you have the right brush and then a few hours later it creased like mad. Grrr. I returned it to the store.
These crease like crazy on me and they run like mad too. It's such a pity because the colours are so pretty. I have the quad in Seashells and I hardly use it. I have not tried it over an eye primer but I believe it will most probably still crease with a primer. Very disappointed with this product, because I have had pretty good experiences with Revlon products in the past
I purchased three of these palettes from Target for $ 4.99 each which was ok price wise. But I purchased with the intent of using these as a base for my bright, smoky eyeshadows and my shadows that are weak in color. So far today I used the palette with the black, pink, white and whitish-silver combos and had success. BUT, I can see how others had trouble with this shadow if you use it alone. I would not suggest using it alone. I used Too Faced eye shadow insurance, then I used the silver-white Revlon creme shadow applied with a small shadow brush all over my lid. Then I used the Chanel Smoky Eyes quad and the results were just as great as a paint pot from Mac but even better because these contain specific color to my shadow I am using! For example, use the black under smoky eyes or dark shadows, use silver under for greys, use brown for browns, taupe for lighter shades, blue for blue, purple for purple, green for green etc...But only use it this way with a good eyeshadow primer such as Urban Decay primer potion or even Mac Painterly paint pot. Makes your eyeshadows pop and deepens the tone. I have oily eyelids and had no issues with creasing or smearing. Love it. I would compare it almost to the Smashbox Creme liner/shadow palette but much less expensive ($25).
I have 3 of these pallets and they are ridiculously bad. They crease and smear all over the place like nothing I have ever seen before, and my skin is super dry. I was embarassed the one time I wore them to work. All day long I kept blotting, blending, wiping out the crease. It was a terrible hot mess and by lunch time I wiped it all off to spare myself the embarassment. I would NEVER buy these again, which is a shame because they look deceptively beautiful in the packaging. Huge Fail.
I love creme shadows, because they're easier to apply and smooth/blend really easily. These Revlon ones actually have a really good colour payoff, and are pretty pigmented. They're a little tough to blend, so I use my fingers to dab and then spend a good amount of time blending with a brush. I have monolid (Asian) eyes, so there's no issue with creasing, seeing as I barely have a crease at all :D
The only con I see is the packaging, which is a pain to open and seems to open upside down (or am I just crazy?),
I will definitely be repurchasing in some other colours!
I bought this in Superstore for CAD9.49 in Precious Metals. Once I got home, I did some small watches on my hands, and in that moment, I fell in love! I had always been afraid of creme shadows since they are notorious for hideous creasing. Revlon did an amazing job on preventing that as always. This product has definitely made me brave enough to try other Revlon products such as their ColorStay Mineral Blush and Bronzer (http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp?ItemID=101237/http://www.makeupalley.com/product/showreview.asp?ItemID=118722). You can use this versatile product in many ways such as applying it as a base, highlight, or eyeshadow. I consider having oily lids, so I was very surprised at how long these colors lasted throughout the day. There was a tiny bit of smudging and/or fading, but it was barely noticeable. Overall, I recommend this to first-time creme shadow users because of its fair price and lovely shades.
Overall pretty good. Its a good base, and this creme product stays on even when wet (for me). The mirror & compactness of this product was handy. It did come off by the end of the day, but I don't use that much anyways. I liked it and would buy another. continued >>
I love this product! So far I own four of these quads, and I love all the colors. Very pigmented, but I only use a little for just a wash of color on my lids. It makes a very good base over my TFSI or UDPP so any of my powder shadows pop and last all day! I will always buy these. Definatly recommend!