|Would buy this product again.||21%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
I bought this out of the sales bin for like 80% off. I have it in mink wink, which is a brown that I've been looking for.
I have a very complicated way of using this product because it does it messy and everywhere. I don't use the applicator thing and just use my eyeshadow brush, kinda swirling it around the applicator collecting the eyeshadow and then do my usual eyeshadow business. Less mess and the color is really pretty, its like brown and plummy at the same time.
I don't put it all under my eyes, they take bedroom eyes to a whole other level. In the sense that you literally look like you haven't slept it days
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I don't know why I bought this... especially in two shades!
It's really hard to apply! The packaging is terrible.
Though! I didnt through it away, but found the way of using it... I apply it with the wet MAC's liner brush and it works well!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
What to say? Letīs make mine Ammitīs words, I totally agree with her, Bedroom eyes is thought to give the illusion of the morning after, if thatīs not what you want why bother buying it and even further, complaining about it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I agree with everyone else here. The girl in the ad looked gorgeous with this, so that was what made me buy it. Unfortunately, I didn't try this on and now I regret buying it. Bedroom Eyes is very messy and goes on way too thick. Very disappointed!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Oh my... What can I say? It's messy, not so easy to apply, and not as cheap as we'd all want it to be... However, I did get mine for 3 dollars, but its around 9-10CDN at walmart, which I think is ridiculous for such a murky "liner". I bought mine in jaded, which is more grey-green than green. Honestly, not buying this again..
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
I agree with other peoples comments.
The worst thing is it looks like a bruised black eye, not pretty!
Loose bits of the powder always spills onto the cheeks when using it. As an eyeliner the line is so thick and smudgy that it lacks definition, needs a black liner first.
As an eyeshadow its hard to apply accurately or to blend.
Finally, the pack is more expensive than revlons usual single eyeshadows or liners, and doesn't last long so it makes it an expensive mistake.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan, Neutral Hair: Black, Relaxed, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Thankfully, I bought this on clearance for about $3 and change. The tip is ridiculous, it is too thick.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Bought Plum Wicked
+ Looks great, gives eyes a very smoky, sultry look
-- Very messy to apply. The tip is like a pointed sponge. As you are applying, specks of the color fall onto your face. These smear when you wipe them off. Have found it helps to dab the tip on a tissue first, but that does not solve the problem.
-- Has irritated my eyes
Will not repurchase because of discomfort and messy application.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
I bought plum wicked and was pretty dissapointed. I doesn't really apply well, and on me it sorta looks like I punched myself in the eye. Way too expensive for the quality...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Blue
Utterly disappointing. I bought this eyeliner (after seeing the ad in a magazine and thinking 'oh, how pretty!') in Plum Wicked. The colour is the only positive point of this eyeshadow/eyeliner thing. The brush is practically unusable and spreads all over where it's not supposed to. In the end I decided to use my own eyeshadow brush by dipping it lightly into the pot/bottle. This makes it easier to apply, but it's still not as gorgeous as the ad showed the Bedroom Eyes to be. Knowing how to use Photoshop myself, I really should have known better to rely on a beauty advert to show me the truth.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Well what can I say, I really wanted this eyeliner and read the reviews on here and thought "i'm going to waste money here if I don't listen". But in true girl fashion I went ahead and did it anyway.
I love this stuff. I bought it in mink wink and now I want the other colours, i'm upset that it's only ltd edition because it's so useful for me! I totally understand where people are coming from with this liner being messy to apply. I get around this by shaking applicator around quite a lot and then blowing on it all the way around. I can then apply it NO mess at all, not even a speck! The first time I applied I got the same problem as everyone else.
The colours in these are just amazing, they are beautiful. The reason this is so good for me is that I have no lashes, no top ones anyway, this creates a really thick smudgy line - I then apply colourstay liquid liner over the top to create a lashline and the smudginess of this takes away the harshness of the liquid liner. It looks great and it's really quick to do too. I'd tried all sorts of stuff and all along revlon has the answer!!
They also do a make up remover pen too if you do happen to get flecks on your face. You just have to be careful. For those looking for a precise line come on, don't give this a shit review....you're choosing the WRONG product, go for a pencil or liquid or even gel liner - why the hell are you trying to use powder to achieve an ACCURATE result. Bedroom eyes are not precise, they are smudgy and messy and that's exactly what this stuff gives you.
The only gripes I have with this product are the price, the fact that some of the liner transfers onto my brow bone when I look upwards (not a big deal really) and also the fact you don't get much - oh and that it's limited edition! grrr.
Overall this stuff rocks and you just have to be careful and use your common sense when applying. Obviously some people are using this for the wrong thing and being frankly a bit dumb.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
How badly I wanted the eyes the girl had in the ad: and how disappointed I was... This is a really horrible product - and I need to be quite disappointed to admit that I've wasted my money. Like pretty much everyone here has said, it's almost impossible to work with this product, this stuff goes EVERYWHERE, and I found it very difficult to blend. Sigh. I did decant it into another container, but I still need to pluck up the courage to use it sometime.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
ugh, horrible. pointy foam applicator is too large. huge amounts of powder spill under eyes. product is so bad it made me angry!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I am going to agree with the other reviewers here. This is a great product in concept, but very poor in execution. The good part -- this product really does give a smoky-eye effect and the color is very rich and deep. It's a good combination of an eyeliner and eyeshadow, but the crayon needs to be not so thick to avoid over-application. The bad part -- it needs to be applied with a firm but light hand, otherwise one ends up looking like a raccoon. Also, there are no instructions on the packaging to state this. I got powder all over my cheeks, my bathroom sink, my eyes, and it was very difficult to get out. Also, the price ($8 at Wal-Mart) is a little too high to "experiment." I'm returning mine today.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Great pigmentation. I have the navy blue and it's very effective for creating the smoky eye.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a nice concept and I was totally sucked in by the sexy ads, but it is disappointing. The applicator tip sucks, and the whole thing is a huge mess to use. If you are interested in the concept and trying it, get Maybelline Shadow Stylist. The packaging is exactly the same, except $4 USD cheaper and loarger color selection.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I wanted to LOVE this product. The ads sucked me in. I bought it in Fishnet Jet and Sultry Sapphire. Instead I "like" this product, and would have given it a higher rating if it were actually EASY to apply. You should be able to sweep it on and rim your eyes fairly easily for a modern smokey eye. As the other poster mentioned, you should instead use a tissue to avoid a major mess. It took me several attempts to find the "right" way to apply this. I shake, tap, hold tissue, and caaaarefully line. However, unless you are precise, you'll end up with too fat of a line in some areas, too pigmented, and powder everywhere (inside corners of the eye, slong the nose, on the cheek....
oh how I wanted to love this one. The colors are nice as was the concept, it just isn't as easy as it should be for a drugstore product with a jacked up price. Try ebay first.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
Ahhh it isn't that bad. You just have to know how to apply it. Put a tissue under your eye if you are having fallout problems. Anyway, I like this stuff. It does give a smokey, sexy eye. You may have to clean it up a bit with a q-tip to give it the right amount of smokiness. It was fast and easy to apply. Would repurchase, but I just think the price is a little high for a lower-end brand.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The print ads look GREAT. The concept is GREAT. The product SUCKS. I bought it, put it on . . . and it looked GREAT, just like in the ads. Okay, maybe not just like; but still. It looked great. So I wore it. Within 15 minutes there were smudges all over my face. How did the stuff get onto my chin? My upper lip? My NOSE?! It's not as if I touched my eyes. Final analysis: brilliant concept, p!ss-poor product. C'mon, Revlon. You can do better than this. I want my money back.