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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Review & Swatchfest: Revlon Grow Luscious Lash Liner in Emerald, Onyx, Graphite, & Espresso

Well, I wasn't successful in getting all of the Revlon reviews up before the contest ended, but better late than never! I want to thank all of the readers out there for their support throughout the competition because I wouldn't have gotten as far as I have (let alone in the competition at all) without you! Win or lose, it's been an amazing, fun ride. For those interested in the results, the Allure website says they will be updating the results within the next day and a half. If you voted and are interested in when the drawings for the sweepstakes will take place, the rules say that on or around Jun 18th they will begin to draw and notify the winners. Good luck to you!

Now for the liners. These are really impressive with how creamy, opaque, and long lasting these are. Much like the Creme Gel Liners, there are the staple colors in the bunch and then an zing added by the seriously shimmery emerald green color. To start, these are comparable in texture and staying power to Urban Decay's 24/7 liners but available at a fraction of the cost. While the shade range might be more limited, you get the everyday go-to shades. The pencils last all day on my upper lash line and just short of 4 hours on my lower waterline.

Emerald is a complex shade that can look turquoise in some light and green in others, but it always has a gorgeous gold shimmer. Because of how much glitter it has, it's a little less smooth than the other shades, but it isn't rough by any means. There is just a noticeable texture difference. Onyx is an matte shade that is very, very black. Espresso has the same velvety finish Onyx does, with it's matte finish, but it's a smooth, buttery chocolate brown. And, finally, Charcoal is a grey color with silver/grey shimmer. The shimmer is slightly smaller in Charcoal than in Emerald, so the texture is still pretty smooth, but there is a slight difference between it and Onyx or Espresso.

If you are looking for smooth, creamy liners that have some serious staying power, you should check these out! The shade range may be limited, but who doesn't need a good black or brown liner?

Grow Luscious Lash Liner in Emerald

Grow Luscious Lash Liner in Onyx

Grow Luscious Lash Liner in Espresso

Grow Luscious Lash Liner in Graphite

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