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New Revlon Colorburst, Colorstay and Photoready Makeup; most importantly the Lip Butters!


They are finally here!!!! Picture me saying those words and jumping up and down. The lovely Revlon lady that I made friends with from Pennywise had enlightened me to the fact that their new products would be here in the first week of February. In case you were wondering like me why it takes like forever and a day to get here she graciously shared the delay facts of shipping, testing in Trinidad by the makeup heads and then training by their Revlon reps to ensure when the products are out in our local market that they can give the best advice to their loyal customers. I felt a bit calmer after hearing that.
But they are finally here! Yes I said it. I just popped into SuperPharm in Westmoorings after a day of shopping at WestMall and they just appeared out of nowhere. I was probably just lucky because the displays seem almost untouched.
So here are some displays of what are available: Colorstay 16 hour eyeshadow quads, crème gel eye liners, Colorburst lip butters, Photoready Sculpting blush palettes, eye primer & brightener, 3D volume mascara, mousse foundation and primers.
So hurry down if you want to get any of these new Revlon items first. Of course I couldn’t help myself and got 7 items from this bunch. I still want to test out their mousse foundation and primers but I will save that for another time. My wallet got broke right around now! 
Happy Revlon Hunting!
XOXO
Naomi

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