Sunday, December 20, 2009

Revlon Colorsurge lipstick and new Luxurious Color eye shadows - Part 2

Since Tammy was twittering to me that there was a 2 for 1 sale at CVS this week for Revlon products, I picked up a few more Colorsurge and Luxurious Color eye shadows. I picked up the lipstick in Blush, Soft Nude and Carnation.



Close-ups:


Swatches:

Top: Blush
Bottom: Soft Nude and Carnation

I was hoping that Blush would be more pink but it leans more brown. Soft Nude I was afraid would be too pale but it's growing on me as a lip color base (a la Mac lip erase). Carnation is a warm bright pink color.

For the Luxurious Color eye shadows. I picked up Sunlit Sparkle, Noir Galaxy and Violet Starlet. These are all perle shades.


Swatches:

Sunlit Sparkle (light gold color), Noir galaxy (Black with multi colored shimmer) and Violet Starlet (Plum with multi colored shimmer)

If you missed it, click here to see part 1 of the Revlon Colorsurge lipstick and new Luxurious Color eye shadows.

8 comments:

mayaari said...

thanks for the swatches - soft nude looks like something that should be in my makeup drawer :) sooo mad that I missed the CVS sale though - darn all this snow!

DSK Steph said...

I have yet to see thoes lipsticks in person. :) I'm excited I have something to look forward to the next time I visit the store :)

Blair said...

I like soft nude too!! Colorsurge is becoming more and more tempting, thanks to you ;D

Tracy said...

Carnation looks like a gorgeous colour. Not sure if they sell this in Asia. Sometimes I dread going towards the Revlon counter in Singapore, cos it's so badly maintained and germ-infested.
However, India sells Revlon like it's high-end.

Citrine said...

These shadow don't look nearly as good swatched as on the pan...but I think those lipsticks are pretty neat.

Marce said...

Great swatches! OMG the lippies look amazing! Thanks!
XO

Swtest2Lips said...

Love the Carnation Lippie! Just swinging by to say hi and Merry Xmas!

L said...

you KNOW i'm lovin' the nude, esp. if it can be used as a base! would you say carnation is too bright?

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