New! Revlon CustomEyes

Revlon recently released a great new line, CustomEyes. All the products are easy to play with to change your look from classic to bold without cluttering up your makeup bag.

I recently had the chance to check out the CustomEyes eye shadow palettes and I was really impressed. The dark colors had a lot of pigment and all the colors blended beautifully to create numerous looks. My favorite thing has to be the jojoba and shea Butter formula it makes to shadow so soft and silky.

Revlon CustomEyes

Want eye makeup that will change you from daywear to nightwear? Revlon has just the new line for you. CustomEyes mascara, shadows and liners let you go from simple and classic to bold and playful, simply depending on your mood.

Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman has designed six unique palettes of eye shadows and matching liners in a array of rich shades and finishes that can be combined to create a variety of endless combinations – simple and classic or something more bold and playful – to match every woman’s personality.

FEATURES/BENEFITS/KEY INGREDIENTS:

• Six expertly coordinated palettes each containing four eye shadows and one built-in powder eyeliner offering great versatility and convenience to achieve any eye look
• The silky soft, lightweight formula contains jojoba and shea butter which glides on lids and is easy to blend
• Includes dual-ended applicator

APPLICATION TIPS:
Use dual-ended applicator to mix your favorite shades and apply shadow and liner to eyes, as directed.

SHADES (6 palettes):
Metallic Chic, Naturally Glamorous, Party Pops, Rich Temptations, Smoky Sexy and Sweet Innocence

SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE: $8.99 each

Disclosure: Complimentary samples of the above mentioned products were sent to me for an honest review.


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