Revlon • wet/dry eyeshadow quad • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||90%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Red Eyes: Other
this are pretty good shadows. the pigment is good for a drugstore shadow, and since i use shadows wet often, i especially like ones that are made to be best used that way. these are worth the cost i think.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I love this product. I am VERY PPP with cool tones. I have three quads: sandstorm, coffee bean, and in the garden. The texture is great. These work on me either dry or wet...maybe because I am so pale. They do stand out more if applied wet, however. The texture is great, as is the price ($5.49 at my local Target in central NJ), pigment and durability--others have said they don't last long, but they do on me. I always apply concealer and powder on my eyelids before using any kind of eyeshadow. My only complaint is I wish Revlon made more colors. You may want to get some eyeshadow brushes if you don't already own some...the applicator that comes with these isn't great. It has a regular wedge shaped sponge and a tiny, very slim sponge on the other end that is supposed to be used for lining and contouring. The slim sponge is a good idea, but it's too small to handle in my opinion.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Have the Coffee Bean, Brazen Berry, and Violet Haze. The Violet haze just isn't "my" set of colors - I love the Coffee Bean and Brazen Berry. These go on smooth and don't flake alot when applying - and they do last without creasing. For the price they are great.
The Brazen Berry isn't really an obvious color on me - MMM Brown/Brown with a suntan - in fact it looks almost 'natural'. The coffee bean gives me a very natural look. I am not a shimmer fan - in fact if they made a quad in all matte that would be my pick. I use the shimmery highlighter and then use translicent powder over it - then finish my eyes. Doing lthis gives me a 'little' shimmer that I can live with.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I have seven Wet/Dry quads and plan to snatch up more whenever I see them. These are the best drugstore shadows on the market, and you can get 2 quads - 8 colors - for less than the price of a Stila pan e/s. That said, they are the best *drugstore* eyeshadows out there; Stila is far silkier and more finely milled. However, these get the bronze medal behind Stila (gold) and UD (silver). They have decent pigmentation, last all day with minimal creasing on my quite oily lids, and the 4 colors in one package give you a variety of ways to combine the shades for different looks. The only thing I dislike is the packaging, which is cheap hard plastic. The shadows shatter when dropped, so I have to be really careful with them.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love the wet/dry eyeshadow quads...ALL of them! I think they have a very pretty sheen to them. They are versatile because of the "wet" or "dry" wear. They are inexpensive and the colors are very flattering. I have several of these quads and wear them very often. They go on quite well with an eyeshadow brush, but the applicator in the pkg is okay in a pinch. Very nice eyeshadows for the price!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really like revlon eyeshadows. They stay on longer than most brands. They glide on smoothly. I work 12.5 hour shifts and my eyeshadow is still on at the end of the day. Great product
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I have the Sandstorm and Violet Haze quads, and like others, have been completely surprised by how good this eyeshadow is for a drugstore brand. I love how the colors seem neutral enough for any skin color, and it lasts most of the day, even with my oily-ish lids. The best part - I don't feel guilty when I buy these - at under $6 each, such a bargain, and so worth it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I have Alluring (LE) and In the Garden. These are fantastic-- so far, these are the drugstore e/s I use the most! In the Garden is a perfect spring quad, and Alluring makes a fabulous smoky eye. Whenever I go on a trip, I take these two quads, and I've got all my bases covered-- smoky/dramatic and natural/springy. The staying power is fantastic, and you can always get more pigment by applying wet! These are so versatile, I'm gonna get more of these quads.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I love these, I have over 10 of them now and always come back to them for the perfect put together look. Everyone of the quads are great - I always have to get the new one when it comes out because they are just sooooo great. I have plenty of MAC, Lancome, Stila (hate it), PX etc. e/s, but these are my favorites. I know it may sound crazy, but I think these Revlon e/s quads are just the best. What do you have to lose? $5? Just go out and get one or two or three or 15!!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Fantastic e/s overall! Silky and really high quality. They honestly stay better and crease less on my oily lids than many of my other e/s, including Stila, Nars, Chanel, Shu, GA and MAC. If only they would have more colours.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I just got the Tickled Pink Limited Edition quad free with the purchase of Lash Fantasy and I love it! It's subtle but lightens up my lids and brings attention to my blue eyes. On pale skin, it gives a healthy glow. It has a very slight shimmer to it, and the colors are very cute. Pink Happiness indeed!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have this in Alluring. The shades are a light shimmery grey, and medium matte grey, a dark shimmery grey, and a matte white. This is a limited edition, I believe. The colours go on nice and smooth, but have only moderate staying power. no creasing though, which is good. The colours look ok, they don't give that "black eye look" which some grey shadows do. However, the light shimmery grey looks slightly blue on me (that happens a lot) I have medium-light coloured skin with yellow undertones. Anyway, this is ok, I'm not thrilled about it, but I don't hate it either. I actually give it a 2.5. Regularly $9.99, I got it for $5.99.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I love the Revlon e/s quads. Great colors - these really work on me.
(I use a Max Factor e/s brush.) Silky texture, well pigmented, rivals higher end e/s in my opinion. I especially like the shimmers. You get a lot of selection for the money. One of the best items in drug store cosmetics - I own about 5 of these.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Generally speaking, these shadows by Revlon are simply superb! I'm kicking myself for not having tried them sooner (what was I thinking?)! The quality is fantastic -- silky smooth, non-flaking (a big deal for this contact lens wearer!), and highly pigmented. The colors are easily blended, and come in a great variety of classic matte shades as well as shimmery shades. IMHO, these are a dirt cheap find in the drugstore considering the return you get from them, and even more so when you can get them on sale or with coupons. As good as any department store shadow you can get, if you ask me. I'm now up to 3 quads and one duo, and if there are any more that I can wear well color-wise, I'll be snapping those up, too! Major thumbs up and a repurchase item for sure.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
i managed to find a few matte colors, most of them are shiney, i got this in 'grain de cafe' it has a dark brown, light brown,gray and a creme. the colors are quite flattering and they blend quite well too. Overall its a pretty good eye quad.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
For a drugstore product, these eyeshadows are excellent. The pigment is strong, and the texture is a beautiful satin-not too frosty, but shimmery enough to blend easily. The plastic packaging tends to be a bit fragile, and breaks pretty easily. But the eyeshadows themselves are great value.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
My mistake could've been in the color of the quad. I got Violet Haze and even though I adore lavenders I didn't like this at all. There are four shades ranging from and almost frosty purply white to an opaque, harsh purply-black. The powder seems very drying and isn't long lasting and the colors are just so thick, unblendable and gross. The little applicator is a joke! I alternate between fingers and *good* brushes and these are just *ick*. It's like they waited for purple to be in style again and they dug out all of the horrible tones that worked in the 70's, and they're selling them today. I tried them on a whim and being "thrifty" I'm trying to use them since I bought them...I just can't get myself to use this gross quad anymore, especially with my far superior B.E. eyeshadows in my makeup case!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I have this in coffee bean and its perfect for a neutral, classic eye.
Sweep the lightest shade all over the lid to the brow to brighten it up, put the shimmery medium in or above the crease, line with the darkest. Wah-lah. Complimments my golden brown eyes perfectly, and sometime I even use the matte medium shade to doctor up my eyebrows.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I have their gilded chrome set and love it. It is a shimmery set containing peach, gold, a minty green and a brown with green flecks. The colors are beautiful and last all day. Also, I noticed only slight fading and hardly any creasing. This was in the summer when I would expect all of the shadow to be gone in an hour. So... needless to say, i was impressed.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I love Revlon's powder shadows. I have never used them wet, but they wear like a dream for me and never crease. I have a beautiful bronze one called Sandstorms. The colors are amazing, great as a wash or blended together. To me these are just as wonderful as my Stila shadows.