Some of you have been asking me on Instagram that what kind of makeup I use or what brands. Lately, I have been using quite many Revlon products and I decided to take Revlon makeup to the London Fashion Week with me. Why? Because I wanted to test their new Insta-filter foundation, new Volumazing mascara, and some other basic product what I have not tried yet.
I also choose to try Colorstay Pressed Powder, Photoready Prime+Anti Shine Balm, Highlighting palette, Colorstay Creme Eye Shadow, Colorstay Brow Pencil and their most famous nude Super Lustrous lipstick in tone Nude Attitude. I’m all about nude lipsticks and this one is so nice and creamy.
My absolute favorite product from all of these was Colorstay Pressed Powder in Light/Medium tone. It literally saved my long days when I was running around the city from one show to another and I had to touch up my nose and forehead from wearing sunglasses. This Colorstay pressed powder is super lightweight and never felt that I wear too much makeup.
I loved the idea of the new Insta-filter foundation but unfortunately, the tone Natural Beige was too light for my skin. I did like the built-in blender because I don’t have to bring my beauty blender with me. I wore it one day but I did mix my other darker foundation in it to match my skin tone and it lasted the whole day so I’ll definitely want to try it again with the right tone.
I’m using this new Volumazing mascara (tone: Blackest black) when I go out at the event or to the photo shoot because this mascara gives my lashes instant volume and it doesn’t smudge or flake for 24 hours. Also, the turn-it-up brush is designed with wavy filaments to hug every lash while holding the optimal amount of product.
For my surprise, I have been using this Highlighting palette Bronze Glow almost every day. I mix all these beautiful shades to get that multi-dimensional sun-kissed look and I love that looks so radiant on my skin.
Also, I’m so lazy when I do my eye makeup and that’s why I love these Colorstay Creme Eye Shadows. I took a tone Praline 730 and it’s perfect for a daytime look. It’s super easy to apply and it even has it’s own built-in-brush for easy, mess-free application.
Last but not least, I tried this PhotoReady Prime& Anti Shine Balm and I guess I don’t need to use primer because I felt that my skin got more oily that day in the T-zone area. Luckily, I have been blessed with a good skin and I would only use a little bit of this balm on my forehead area between the eyes where I have little wrinkles to hide these. If I need an anti-shine effect, I prefer to use Colorstay pressed powder.
Hope you enjoyed my little London Fashion Week makeup overview and let me know if you have used some of these products!