Monday, August 27, 2012

Keep Summer Going With Revlon Cosmetics: Review of 2012 Escapism Collection by Gucci Westman

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**

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Revlon's ColorBurst Lipgloss (2012 Escapism Collection)


Don't despair about these last remaining weeks of summer.  Although the warm weather will soon be gone, you still can take advantage of some amazing products from Revlon Cosmetics 2012 Escapism Collection by Gucci Westman that will keep that summer glow alive so you can play up your tan like never before!  Let me tell you about some exciting must-have items, inspired by sparkling aqua hues of the sea, bold colors, and sunlight as it casts magic over sandy beaches of St. Tropez to keep you just as sizzling hot.

If you haven't tried Revlon's ColorBurst Lipgloss, then you are missing out.  These are supremely moisturizing, have a wonderful texture without any stickiness, go on sheer with a doe-foot type of applicator so following the contours of your lips is easier to dispense the product. 

I received three ColorBurst Lipglosses in Crystal Water #40 (a sparkling sheer white with traces of lilac that is ideal for layering), Sizzle #46 (a juicy bite of sheer orange and on the left in my photo), and Sunbaked #44 (a gorgeous mauve-brown void of a shimmer livened up with a tad of red for the perfect universal nude shade).

Those hunting for the ultimate blush that delivers a realistic natural glow would love Revlon's PhotoReady Cream Blush.  The consistency of this cream feels silky against your fingers and once you blend this into the apples of your cheeks, you are left with only the most radiant sheer glow imaginable that eventually dries to a powder with a satin finish.  Though much lighter on the cheeks, this is a very buildable blush.  All you do is to dab some into the pads of your fingers and tap the area that needs more--and you deepen the shade. 

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Revlon PhotoReady Cream Blushes

The two shades of Revlon's PhotoReady Cream Blush that I worked with were Flushed #200 and Pinched #100Flushed #200 is a lively hot pink in the package that lightens upon application to a fabulous glowing pink.  Whereas, Pinched #100 is a warmer peach-coral shade that worked miracles with the yellow tones of my skin for infusing it with a vigorous burst of health. 

I also was sent Revlon's CustomEyes Shadow and Liner in Beach Bunny.  The five colors in this compact, which has mica and not talc, are a combination of matte and shimmer with soft medium brown overcast with gold light, a pale matte aqua green, a shimmery white, a medium matte gray, and a black liner color for a striking effect once worn.  These shades are nicely pigmented and lasted for hours without creasing. 

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Revlon's CustomEyes Shadow and Liner in Beach Bunny
I really liked these Revlon products from this summer collection and do hope you grab them while they're still available.  Trust me, and you will love what they can do for you!

*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest opinion.  Free products were provided to facilitate this review.*

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