Thursday, January 27, 2011

Best Beauty--Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss


Want help creating the Beach Bombshell look?  Try Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipgloss for the perfect pout.  It's one of the best contributions makeup artist Gucci Westman has made as Revlon's new creative director and has seriously become one of my beauty obsessions.  Believe me, this is coming from a girl who knows and loves a great gloss.

First, there's that wonderfully sleek packaging.  Every time I use one in public, someone is convinced it's a high-end brand.  But it's not just the marketing that makes it feel more department store than drugstore.  The variety of shades is current and on trend (and there are even more than the ones shown here).  They are a good consistency and fade well.  And most important, the pigment is true on your lips.  These glosses include an ingredient to neutralize your natural lip color so that the true shade shines through.  This is a key factor in great glosses, especially in nude or pale pink.

With just enough shine, Revlon's nudes and pale pinks are phenomenal to duplicate Gucci's bombshell look on Jennifer Aniston.  It's hard to find these perfect shades in any makeup line, much less at Revlon's $8 price point.  Add the fact that they are packed with moisture and SPF 15, and you'll want to reach for these again and again...whether you feel like being a bombshell or just want to go au natural.


SUPER LUSTROUS COLORS (from left to right):
Coral Reef, Peach Petal, Pink Whisper, Pink Afterglow, Pink Pop, Lilac Pastelle, and Pearl Plum


2 comments:

Diana said...

Good tip! I really want to try out the pale pink look but I don't want to spend a lot of dough if it doesn't work out for me.

Kimberly said...

I know what you mean! I'll give you another tip: get one nude and one pale pink and then layer. Sometimes I'll start with the pink and add a little nude. Sometimes I'll start with the nude and add a little pink. It all depends on the outfit, you know? The layering allows you to control the shade and just start with the shade you want to show the most.

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