|Would buy this product again.||16%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
As other reviewers have said, there is absolutely NO pigment in this product and this is the second Revlon blush I've tried, same problem with both. I don't have a problem with the packaging. I know the brushes that come with drugstore brands are useless to me so that came as no surprise. No wonder it's on clearance everywhere. I only paid $3.25 for it but I am promptly returning it tomorrow. Surely Revlon has to know this is a horrible product. It looks like drugstore blush isn't going to do it for me. I'm going back to Lancome.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Silver, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I got this for $3 and change on clearance and I must say, it was the biggest waste of $3 ever. No pigmentation. None. Cannot even tell I applied either the blush shade, the contour or the highlighter. Not a bit. And I scrubbed the lousy little included brush and still no payoff at all. I don't know what Revlon is thinking. Their newer formulations are crap - the latest Colorstay shadow quad, the latest Colorstay foundation (liquid) and this sculpting trio -- all are garbage, IMHO. Seriously, does anyone test these products before they hit the market? I can't imagine anyone trying this trio and thinking, "No color payoff whatsoever, flimsy packaging, lousy brush... it's a winner!" I think back to some of the products from 10 years ago... remember the Colorstay shadow quad -- the one with two colors on top of two colors, and all four pans were the same size... those were the days. Please, Revlon, rethink everything and try again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is hands-down the absolute worst product I have ever used at any pricepoint :(
Where should I start? Full-price (I was suckered in only because it was 75% off) for almost 13.00 USD, the amount you get in the pan is pitiful. The "contour" and highlighter are smaller than most eyeshadows and every brush one could use is too large to get only in the pan you want to use.
Most importantly, every shade is horribly lacking in pigmentation. I am an NC15 and I could not get either the blush OR bronzer to show up after significant layering. The highlighter is chunky silver glitter with tons of fallout; unfortunately, that translated just fine on my skin.
The tiny mirror and useless little brush complete this awful product. Straight into the trash it goes; I would not give this away to anyone because it is totally useless. I am glad this is discontinued; Revlon should be ashamed for putting out such a poor quality product. In theory, this palette would have been amazing but the execution was the biggest cosmetic fail I have ever encountered.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
So, I am extremely fair, and I mean extremely. I wear MAC NW10 for reference. I bought this product for contouring/highlighting and I was intrigued over this product being a 3 in 1. I got the pink palette and thought it appeared perfect for my skin.
Oh, where to begin. The packaging is horrible. If I could give 0 lippies I would. It comes with a small, flimsy square brush that is complete garbage (no surprise) and it is actually too large for the pans of color. The contour and highlight are in these tiny triangular pans and the blush is in a half circle shape. The colors are so close together in the palette that you have no room to work to keep the colors in their respective pans. The quality of the blush and contour powders are awful. There is almost no color pay off. I had to dip and re-dip multiple times to get the color on my face, and considering how fair I am that is saying something! The blush does not blend well. When you finally get the color on it is just...boring. It comes with a tiny little mirror (that is of poor quality) that is sitting right above a clear "window" on the lid. There is something about that set up that plays tricks with my eyes so I didn't even bother to use it.
The 1 and only thing I liked about this palette was that the highlighter color was actually very pretty. It had some shimmer without being obnoxiously "sparkly". Again, too bad the pan is sooooooo small I could not fit a normal brush in there to actually use it. Dreadful little palette. And to top it off, this cost me $11 USD! I wear everything from drug store to high end brands, and I think that price is ridiculous for what this offers.
Save your money!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
I got this on clearance at Target. I'm surprised at how much I like it! I love the concept, and the colors are very smooth and pigmented. My only complaint, like the previous reviewer noted, is that the pans are so small that it's hard to get only one color on your brush at a time in order to create the sculpting effect. I deducted one lippie for that.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this is Peach 002. I can see the powder sitting on top of my skin. Also, the three colors they give you which is the blush, hilighter and bronzer are so small and sit so close to one another in the palette that you cannot use a decent brush to get to the products and everyone knows the tiny brush these sets come with are useless. I need to find my receipt so I can return.