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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Recent Revlon Reviews

Lip Gloss -Revlon - Kiss Balm with SPF 20

on 4/24/2017 5:21:00 PM


I'm a bit all over the place with these.

One, it's Revlon, and I love most of their lip products, so that's a good thing.

Two, I love tinted balms, so there's that in this lippie's favor.

Three, it has SPF protection, which I like. The colors in these -- the tinted ones -- are mild, but you can see them when you wear them.

I went a little crazy when these first came out, especially when drugstores have a sale and you can get them for 40 percent off, it gets tempting.

I happen to have Berry Burst, Crisp Apple, and Sugar Plum. They all offer a nice hint of tint. Plum is a sheer plum and has the most pigment of the three I own. Apple is a warm sheer red. Berry is a sheer medium pink.

All have flavor, and I can't say they really taste like the fruit. They all have a sweet fake flavor, a bit like cough syrup, I guess. They smell sort of like their namesakes -- at least the apple one does. (The apple is also the strongest scented of the three I have.) The smell reminds me more of an interpretation of a fruity smell. Like the apple would be the artificial flavor version of apple, etc. It's not bad, but I wish they weren't so strongly scented or flavored.

I tend to also find them a bit drying -- that could be the fragrance for me, or the SPF, since I don't usually wear fragranced products or a lot of SPF on my lips.

In general I just keep these on hand to wear when I'll be outside and want a bit of protection on my lips. That they're not super moisturizing for me -- I always have to chase these with a balm after wearing these -- and they're a bit too stinky and artificially sweet make me pass on them if I'll be out of the sun.

Liquid -Revlon - ColorStay Makeup (24 hour formula)

on 4/23/2017 7:46:00 AM


Being an "OWL," I like to filter the reviews for my age group. The last review done by someone in my age group was in 2015... so I think it's time for a new one. Because I'm lazy, cheap, and my skin doesn't like change, this has become my go-to foundation for many years. I have purchased several bottles in different colors and mix them to achieve what I feel is the right color for the season. I've tried both normal/combo and dry skin fomulas. I find the latter to be the better fit for me. I have never tried the EL foundation that this is a supposed dupe for, but if it truly is, why would someone spend that kind of $$ on a high-priced product that you can get a dupe for at a drugstore? I purchase this from Ulta when they have BOGO 50% off and that's how I justify my 2 colors. I've applied this many different ways, but my current way is to blend the 2 colors on the back of my hand with my fingers, dab on my face, and then use a foundation brush to buff. Then I use a damp RT BB to even things out. I build up coverage on work days and use light coverage on weekends. I literally wear this 6 days a week and find that it leaves my skin looking fairly decent for a "50-something" woman. I set it with either IT Cosmetics pressed powder or ELF pressed powder. I frequently wear for 12-14 hours a day and feel that it truly lasts all day. Yes, it does transfer to my phone and to other items, although I have yet find a decent foundation that doesn't. Overall, I feel it's a good/better than average for drugstore foundation that I will continue using.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Lipstick -Revlon - Super Lustrous Lipstick - Smoky Rose

on 4/22/2017 9:24:00 PM


I am all in on this lipstick.

Smoky Rose is a perfect name - this is how I wish "rose" was interpreted by makeup companies instead of the pink that usually bears this name. It's a healthy pink with a bit of sheer taupe to it. Still very pretty but no longer sweet, sophisticated but friendly. I get a decent flush of color for three to four hours with a depth of color that last for a few more after. I really can't put my finger on why I love this so much, but it's just so perfect. I love Revlon Super Lustrous lipsticks (with the exception of the execrable Love is On - what the crap is that mess?), but this is holy grail. I should write inspirational notes to myself on the mirror in this like, "pipe in three days, train hard," thus reminding myself daily that Hawaii is beautiful, women surfers are fierce and I should go work on my art with fierce spirit.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Lipstick -Revlon - Super Lustrous Sandalwood Beige

on 4/22/2017 9:15:00 PM


The name utterly baffles me. This is a muted tangerine. I'm so glad I tried this because it turns out that I sometimes love a dim orange tint to my lips against my pale skin. One layer gives a nice subtle orange, and two or three layers gives it a subtle pow! of orange. I think this would be a lovely gateway to brighter lipsticks if you've been a neutral nellie your whole makeup wearing life. Has that amazing unscented Revlon formula - the color sits for about five to six hours in a polite stain by the end; I just wish they'd launch some new colors or bring back some old ones because I LOVE the formula and can't get enough.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Lipstick -Revlon - Super Lustrous Lipstick (Creme) - Rose Velvet

on 4/21/2017 6:07:00 PM


I love this product! Colour suits my skin super well and my dry lips wont dry out from this. And the plastic packaging is sturdy enough to suffer a few falls.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

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