Sunday, March 20, 2016

Revlon PhotoReady Eye Art in Peach Prism

Hey loves!

I found yet another peach color makeup that I most probably be using a lot in the coming days... It's the...

Revlon PhotoReady Eye Art in Peach Prism

What made me buy this was the shade. I've mentioned, pretty much a lot, how much I love peach or pink salmon colors. So when I saw this, I just had to have it! Peach is a really nice color to add brightness around the eyes. You can never go wrong with this color. :P

Original price is PhP 650.00, but I was able to get it for only PhP 468.75 when it was on sale.

See the photos below for product details:

More details from the website:

Dazzle with the latest in makeup artistry. Coordinating shadow duos with satin and sparkle finishes create unique, customized eye looks.

Coordinated shades and contrasting finishes make it easy to design an eye look that’s all your own.
Intensely pigmented cream shadow on one end, and a brilliant sparkle on the other.
Cream shadow glides on effortlessly for smooth, rich color.
Use the slim brush applicator to apply sparkle to the lid, as a liner or on the tips of lashes.
There are 10 shades available on the web.

One end is glittery. It's a mixture of gold and peach and a hint of either purple or blue glitters. Great for creating those tear drop liner effects.

The other is a cream shadow that's a warmer champagne color. A very wearable base color for your eyes. 

Below are photos of the applicators of each end:

Both applicators are effective in getting enough product to color or line the lids. I just wish the one for the glitter is thinner (just like the one from Majolica Majorca for comparison) so I can create a slimmer, more precise line.

These are the swatches:


The shades are so wearable! The champagne base color is very simple but with the addition of the glitters, it creates this playful and brighter look.

Check out below what they look like when applied on my lids:

Here's the shadow only

Added some glitters on the lids

and glitters at the bottom lash line

I just added some bronze and brown eyeshadows at the outer corners of my eyes to add depth. This would be a simple, yet dramatic look that you can wear either during the day or at night time! 

The shadow is very lightweight. You do have to wait for a few seconds for it to dry when applied but once it settles, it's like you're not wearing any eyeshadow. The glitter takes longer to dry though. I do have to recommend using a good eyeshadow primer when you use this because without primer, it will only last a good four hours on my oily lids. I use my Dior Eye Primer and this look can last the whole day!

So what do you think of Revlon PhotoReady Eye Art in Peach Prism?