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Revlon Illuminance™ Crème Shadow
3.87 / 5 based on 337 Reviews
Discover an endless spectrum of luminosity. Cream palette with four beautifully coordinated shades. Blend and layer for a new look every time.
• Sheer luminous color to layer and blend
• Highly blendable shadows glide on smoothly
• Ophthalmologist tested
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- "This is such a fun idea and i don't mind that it's not IN YOUR FACe pigmented. it's super blendable and set on the skin nicely. It's good for summer and is inexpensive which is a plus. I love the cream shadow palette in the picture above because of the natural colors, this one is my favorite. I DO recommend." in 15 reviews
Recently purchased this eye shadow at CVS in 710 Not Just Nudes, and I'm pretty pleased with the product. The colors are nice, neutral for every day wear. Two of the colors are shimmery and two are matte. I've applied the shadows over a primer and they've lasted throughout the day. I would probably purchase this product again if I can find another set containing four colors that I like.
It is a cream eyeshadow, is best blended by using your fingers to blend. I use the white shade all over the lid then I use the darkest in my outer v, then the 2nd darkest closer in, in the outer v, then I use the 2nd lightest shade for the middle of my eyelid. Revlon cream shadows/ sticks is one of the best cream eyeshadow I've tried and liked. I prefer powder over cream but I do love these eyeshadow quads.
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I don't own this specific color palette, but I do have two neutral ones. They are so creamy and easy to blend. I just use my finger as it is easier for me to apply. Revlon has a great variety of palettes depending what you're looking for. It is a great base for shadows and doesn't crease. I don't normally buy drug store products since the quality isn't that good, but this is the exception! I highly recommend this product.
I have "Not Just Nudes". The colors are gorgeous but this palette isn't long lasting. It does tend to crease fast. The packaging is pretty good I loved it. I have brown eyes and I think the colors look great with my eye color. I would probably recommend this product if you love nude colors.
I used to buy Revlon's cream eye shadow palettes and they were my favorite. I love that it goes on smoothly and comes in many colors. I favored the cream eye shadow over the powder ones because they seemed to last longer and the color went on nicely. However, with these ones, the eye shadow would smudge more and create creases where it would wear off during the day
It hard for me to find a creme eye shadow that i like and looks good on me. well ive found it in this one. The colors are beautiful with just thebrigjy balance of glitter and matte look. it go on so smoothly and stays on all day. cant ask dir anythi g more. i highly recommend every girl has one in ur makeup mess
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These cream colors are great when used as bases. I would not recommend using them by themselves because they will crease like crazy on you. When I use these I usually apply a primer, then use one of the colors from this palette and apply my eye shadow just to have it POP more. I wouldn't use a lot of this product because once again it will crease but it is great for beginners so i would recommend it.
Before I was experienced in makeup application I found the easiest eye shadow to apply was creme shadow. Revlon Creme makes any novice artist a pro! It is long lasting, however an eye primer is strongly recommended as it does tend to crease on certain skin types and eye shapes. I love the browns as they make the perfect smokey eye!
I was given this as a birthday present and I absolutely love.it!! Its easy to apply and feels great on your eyes .I love that it lasts all day long so no reapplying which is great! They have a variety of.colors so you just choose.the.palette that suits you!
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What type of brush would you use to apply these?
What do you find is the best way to apply this? Also, doesn't anyone suggest a primer?
Should I set the product with a powder eyeshadow after applying or just wear it alone?
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