Review: Revlon ColorStay Créme Eyeshadow

Hello beauties,

Most of you would be familiar with Revlon’s iconic ColorStay range featuring a variety of long lasting foundations and eyeshadows. Revlon’s latest addition is their new ColorStay Créme Eyeshadows now available in Australia.

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About the Revlon ColorStay Créme Eyeshadows*

  • Available in 12 shades, all swatched below. Ranging from metallics to mattes, light champagnes, opaque gunmetal to your vivid green
  • Retails for $14.95 AUD
  • Comes with a built in brush
  • Can apply using your finger or with a brush
  • Really creamy, no tugging and you get a bit of time to blend the product before it sets
  • Can use as a base under powder eyeshadow or alone
  • After it sets it does not budge or crease
  • The pigmentation and payoff varies, but most are really pigmented
  • Great dupe for the MAC Paint Pots with better staying power
Revlon Color Stay Swatches
From top to bottom, starting with shade 705 all the way to 760

With the below makeup look, I used shade 715 all of the lid and then realised it was too natural so I wiped it off my lid. I blended the remaining product around the edges as 715 is a great matte shade. For the lid shade I applied 710 which doesn’t look as pigmented on the eye due to the matte shade used as a base.

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With the below look I used shade 720 all over the lid. This photo was taken after about 7 hours of wear and as you can see no creasing.

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Overall I’m really impressed with the quality of these cream eyeshadows. They are super easy to use and do not crease at all. I also think they’re a great dupe for the MAC Paint Pots.

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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10 thoughts on “Review: Revlon ColorStay Créme Eyeshadow

  1. I just had a thought, these creme shadows reminds me of the Maybelline tattoo cream shadows, but what I find different is that they can sometimes crease. The Revlon version looks like better quality! I have to try these and see what sort of looks I can create them with! 🙂

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