It's the start of the #7DaysOfLDBeauty, Day 1! Recently I attended a London Drugs event, you can check that out HERE, and one of the brands featured at the event was Revlon! I was pretty excited about this as I do love Revlon and I am stoked to get to try out some of their new products!
First up we have the absolutely amazing, and a definite favourite of mine, Ultra HD Matte Lipcolor! I received the colour HD Obsession which is a hot pink. When I say that these are smudge-proof I mean it. I applied it in the morning, had all my meals that day (maybe a few snacks here and there) and I didn't have to reapply, I'm also a lip biter. I've been telling everyone I know about these amazing lipsticks. I hope to get my hands on the shade HD Seduction soon, but everywhere I go it's sold out! They come in eight different shades and if I'm being honest I want the whole collection!
Next up we have the Not Just Nudes eyeshadow palette. Now this product is not out in Canada yet from what I can see online, although it can be found in the states. The Not Just Nudes palette comes with a pretty good double sided brush which is honestly awesome if you're not much of a makeup wearer with a small collection. Revlon has got your back! This particular palette is the Passionate Nudes and I believe they made one more called Romantic Nudes. If you love a nude look this is definitely for you, and don't be afraid to apply them wet or with a primer base to really make these pop and stay all day!
Last, but definitely not least, is Revlon's Eyes, Cheeks + Lip palette. The one I received was the Berry In Love and there are two others as well. I love the idea of a palette holding everything you need, especially if you're always on the go or even traveling. It has six eyeshadows, two lipsticks on the left, a blush in the middle and then two lip glosses on the right. Although I do appreciate the fact they thought to include a double ended shadow applicator, a blush brush, and a lipstick brush I never find much use for them and probably would have preferred more product instead. With these products you'll definitely want to use a primer base for the eyeshadows and the lipsticks are quite sheer as well as the blush. Definitely good for a beginner or someone who just enjoys a light touch of makeup.
Let me know if you're excited to try out any of these products and will be picking them up at your local London Drugs! (I highly recommend the lipstick!)