The Revlon Illuminance Creme Shadows




Today's post is all about Revlon's Illuminance Creme Shadows in Precious Metals. Now, I was really skeptical about buying these at first because the only other cream shadows that I had ever used were the Color Tattoo's. I figured since the Color Tattoos were super simple and easy to use, these would be as well. 

I've swatches them above, without a primer (are you supposed to use primer with cream shadows?). As far as the actual shadows go, I like them enough. They're a lot more difficult to use than the Color Tattoo's, and I think that's solely because they came in a much smaller pot. 

This actually creased a lot on my eyelids after just a couple of hours, and I don't actually have oily eyelids. The packaging is super hard to open up, and there wasn't actually as much product as I thought that there would be. 

It's a lot harder to get my fingers into the colors, but I assume it's much easier to get a brush into there. The color payoff is okay, but I don't think it's really anything special. I'd rather spend the money on the Color Tattoo's than this, but that's just my opinion. I don't think that it's a bad kit, but it's not something that I'd be buying again. 

It's so odd for me to find a product that I'm actually really not into, because normally I read a lot of reviews before purchasing a lot of things. Plus, Revlon is a brand that I normally really like. 

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