Revlon ColorStay Liners
Revlon ColorStay Liners

The new shades of Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner are gorgeous – I’d wear all of these (there are actually four, but I’m missing one) in a heartbeat. They don’t launch til the end of July, but that blue – real name Sapphire – is perfect for my recent passion for vibrant aquatic shade liners.

Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner
Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner

One of the key things about Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner is that they do not budge – they’re one of the few liners that I’d risk without a primer underneath. I wonder if anyone makes a primer liner? Do you know? I’d definitely use that if it existed. Each Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner comes with a smudger and a sharpener at the opposite end to the colour which is very handy because this style of liner is virtually impossible to sharpen without a special tool. If you need to sharpen, put your liner in the fridge for an hour or so first – summer temperature liners are a gloopy nightmare to sharpen! Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner launch at the end of July for £6.29 each.

Revlon Grow Luscious Bold Lacquer
Revlon Grow Luscious Bold Lacquer

The new extension to Grow Luscious is Bold Lacquer – a shinier version of Grow Luscious designed to give a shine effect to lashes. I can’t say that it does particularly, or not so you’d notice. Properly patent or wet-look lashes have eluded every single brand and formulator thus far, and I’d say that’s still the case :-(.  Any ‘shine’ in mascara very quickly disappears so I never think they’re worth bothering with for that particular effect. But, if you’re keen, it launches for £9.99 at the end of July.

 

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