Friday, 6 June 2014

Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks - Reviewed!

So these new Revlon single eyeshadows have been out for a little while now but i've taken a while to try them out. Mainly due to me not being blown away by them. However I picked up two the other day and i've been really surprised and impressed.
Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks
Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks
So the main idea behind these is that they can be clicked together to create your own palette. The packaging is really simple, you can only clip them together side by side so I think I would only put 2-4 together.
Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks Taupe and Melon
There is a really nice selection of colours to chose from, ranging from neutrals to some bright colours. The shades I picked up are Taupe, which like the name suggests is a lovely taupe colour and Melon which is a peachy shade. These two work really nicely together, i've been applying taupe all over the lid and Melon in the crease for a pop of colour. 
Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks Taupe and Melon
The shadows are nicely pigmented, I like the fact they are not super strong in colour so you don't apply to much product. There isn't that much fallout and they blend really nicely. I've found the last all day with a primer underneath. I definitely will be tempted to pick up some more shades soon as i've been really impressed with these. I like the fact that they are so compact and saves carrying around a huge palette if you're on the go.

Revlon ColourStay ShadowLinks retail for £2.99 each.

Have you tried these new eyeshadows from Revlon?

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