I’m back with another Revlon Eye shadow Links, this time the colour being peacock blue! I bought this shade because I own a peacock blue eye pencil from Coloressence, which has been already reviewed on IMBB! So an eye shadow to complement with the eye liner would be good. Lets see how it fairs!
Mix and match your favorite shades to create your own customized palette.
- Interchangeable shadows easily snap together or come apart.
- Rich color in a variety of finishes from matte to sparkle.
- All-day wear.
My Take on Revlon Peacock ColorStay Shadow Links:
Packaging: These eye shadow links come in a cute small plastic body. It’s so tiny and so cute! The front side is transparent, allowing you to locate the shadow quickly. The back side has all the details about the product. The size is tiny and is travel friendly. The sides of these eye shadows have slots, so you can link up other Revlon single links to make your own palatte! That’s something different and intresting! Overall, the packaging is cute, tiny, travel friendly, sturdy and linkable to other Revlon Single link shadows.
Colour/Pigmentation: The blue is a sky blue colour, not at all peacock blue! The pigmentation is buildable, which is good, because you can easily control how much colour you need to put on your eye lid for a particular look! So, yes, I like the buildability of this eye shadow, but for some it might be a con.
Texture: I like how smooth the texture is. The glitter is very finely milled to achieve the super smooth texture. There’s a bit of fallout in the packaging and also some when you apply.
Staying Power: This eye shadow demands the use of a good primer, without which it stays on only for 3 hours or so. A primer is a must! The only thing I did not like about this eye shadow is it’s staying power! :/
Summing up the pros and cons:
Pros of Revlon Peacock ColorStay Shadow Links:
- Travel friendly packaging.
- Can be linked to other Revlon eye shadows to create a palette.
- Beautiful sky blue colour.
- Smooth texture.
Cons of Revlon Peacock ColorStay Shadow Links:
- Staying power.
- It isn’t peacock blue in colour!
- Little fallout.
3 / 5
Would I recommend Revlon Peacock ColorStay Shadow Links?
If you are looking for an affordable sky blue colour, then I’d recommend this to you, other wise you can skip it! 🙂
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