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Revlon Eye Art|Swatches & First Impression


Hey Dolls,

I know, I know, I pulled another disappearing act. I honestly have sooo many products to discuss but mommy life is wayyy more demanding then I thought. My little one is 6 months old already, where does the time go? Anywho, a little while back I purchased what I assume can only be referred to as liquid eyeshadow on one end and glitter on the other. I managed to snag these when Rite Aid had a 40% off sale on all Revlon Products. Enough rambling, lets get in to these gems.

The Claim:

Dazzle with the latest in makeup artistry. Coordinating shadow duos with satin and sparkle finishes create unique, customized eye looks.

I picked up 3.

Topaz Twinkle-Taupish Gold shadow w/ Taupe glitter that has white, blue, gold, and a little silver reflects

Golden Glitz- Yellow Gold Shadow w/Black glitter that has silver and grey reflects

Burnished Bling-Bronze Shadow w/ Bronze glitter with golden reflects

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I have seen many mixed reviews about some of the shadow sides being less then stellar and some of the glitters being flat out duds. I managed to snag 3 that were great! I’m a huge fan of the shadow sides on them all. They make the perfect base for shadow looks. They would make the colors on top pop. Now, with that being said, I can also see all of these as stand alone long wear eye shadows. You should be warned that a little goes a long way, and you have to be quick. Once they dry they are staying put. The glitters are ALL winners in my book. The black one is perfect for a smokey eye or even just to make your liner pop. The applicators on both ends are easy to use. For the shadow side, I placed a dot on my lid and blended with my finger. The glitter also stays put once it’s dry. I suggest adding a layer, letting it dry down and not moving your mobile lid to avoid creasing. revloneyeartswatches

As you can see, the black glitter is pretty opaque. The other 2 are a bit sheer but can be built up to the level of opacity that you desire. Click here to see my look using Burnish Bling. The shadows are very opaque. I have to say, that I’m pretty impressed with these. They are perfect to spruce up any eye look you are going for. Have you tried these? Let’s talk about it!

Until next time…



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