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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Polishes -REVLON -Nail Enamel

on 11/18/2018 11:53:00 AM


I've tried loads of other lower and higher-end polishes: Sally Hansen, Wet and Wild, Essence, Avon, OPI, Essie, Nicole, CND etc. and for the price/wear, plain old Revlon polishes always come out on top. The formula is thin enough to be buildable but isn't so thin as to be runny. Dries fairly quickly and, as long as you use a base coat, settles nicely into your nail. The colours are lovely, though I wish they had more pastel/cream colours a la Essie. These polishes last for about 5 days without significant chipping as long as I reapply topcoat a couple of days in. For that, Revlon's Gel Envy topcoat is also my fave. I feel like, at this point, I should give up on the pricier long-wear polish and just stick with these. They don't claim to be something they're not and end up being better than a lot of polishes promising more.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Liquid -REVLON -PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation

on 11/15/2018 10:42:00 PM


Putting PhotoReady in the name of this foundation may not have been Revlon's smartest move. I think a lot of us remember the little sparkles in regular PhotoReady. I did, and that made me hesitant to try this. But I saw a couple of YouTube reviews before it hit the stores, and they didn't mention anything about sparkles or glitter, so I gave it a shot. I think "natural finish" is quite an accurate description of the finish of this foundation. It's not matte, not dewy. Just natural looking. (I have normal to combination skin these days-my t-zone can get a bit oily, and I can get a few dry patches sometimes.) It's kind of a gel-cream, not really liquid. The coverage is pretty good. I would say medium to medium-full, depending on how you apply it. I have found that I can apply it with either fingers, brush or beauty blender. So that's pretty impressive to me, that all methods work. Either the beauty blender or fingers give me the finish I like best. A brush tends to give too heavy of a look for me. It blends very nicely. I have a lot of texture on my forehead for some reason and a lot of foundations have been accentuating it. This doesn't do that very much at all. I don't get any creasing. The shade range is impressive, 31 shades. I had no problem finding my match. Looking at the color swatches on the Ulta website was confusing to me.120 looked darker than 130. I waited until they had it in store, so I could see it in person. I ended up with 120, Buff, which is the same shade I wear in Revlon Colorstay. I am fair with pretty neutral undertones. I did not buy the matching powder. I set it with L'Oreal Sweep 'n Lock loose powder. I don't think you would have to set it if you don't want to; it dries down pretty well, so that blush or bronzer glides over it pretty nicely. I won't say it's the best foundation I have tried, but it is really quite good. I love the packaging; it is a tube, but with a pump. However, it is not a full ounce as most foundations are. It is only .75 ounce, so you are not getting as much as is standard. And as far as the anti-pollution claims go, who knows.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Foundations -REVLON -ColorStay Full Cover Foundation

on 11/15/2018 12:03:00 PM


I liked the previous version in the jar, so I wanted to try this. I really don't notice any difference between the two, aside from the packaging. I also read a comment quoting a Revlon representative stating that it was the same product. In any case, I do like the new tube - it's very handy, especially for travel. However, I don't think this is as matte or full coverage as it's advertised, but that's okay with me. It feels smooth and velvety, and it doesn't sink into fine lines and wrinkles. For decades, I've worn Sand Beige in any Revlon foundation and it still works (I'm NC25 in MAC for reference purposes).

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Fragrances -REVLON -Ciara

on 11/15/2018 12:45:00 AM

I overlooked this for years because it was sold at Wal Mart . I figured it was cheap and would not last . I was so wrong ! This is a gorgeous oriental and I am crazy for it . It lasts all day on clothes and is spicy and rich . This is sophisticated, not a sugar or syrup bomb, and is elegant . I can’t believe how great it is and see why it has been around so long . This is as good as any high priced oriental from Guerlain or Dior , and I own a few from both houses. Give this beauty a try!

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Lipstick -REVLON -Super Lustrous in Bombshell Red

on 11/13/2018 5:17:00 PM

This is a true deep wine red--darker and cooler than Wine with Everything, which is more of a warm claret color with slight orange undertone. Both are nice shades. This is more dramatic, lasts long and leaves a dark pink (almost fuschia) stain on the lips--but that happens with most of my lippies. Usual great packaging and texture of SL.

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