Lately I’ve been loving Revlon a lot so I got myself quite a few products (so stay tuned for the reviews) and I was browsing the website and reading different reviews about the products that I want to try.
I was happy to find out about their new collection called Fire and Ice which is a take on the collection of 1952! All the information in this post is true for the US but I am not sure if we will get all these products here because usually we don’t get all the range which is a shame.
Bring glamour back this season! For a limited time only, best-selling Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick – Fire & Ice will be offered in a vintage-inspired lipstick case featuring a shiny silver case and a gold band with Revlon’s original scripted logo.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick is infused with silk and vitamins for smooth, conditioning color.
There is also the regular edition of Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick but with an old logo which I really like and it is available in 4 shades
- Fire and Ice,
Revlon Nail Enamel
Revlon’s exclusive silk-protein shield works to instantly help even out the surface of the nail while rising above color to automatically smooth away bubbles, streaks and brush marks.
- All Fired Up
I would really love to get the Temptress and Demure lipsticks but I haven’t seen them here yet although I saw the Fire and Ice one.
And would you get anything?
4 thoughts on “Revlon Fire and Ice Collection for Holiday 2010”
The products look nice and I love that kind of look, but I really don’t like the look on Jessica Biel, she’s really not rocking it IMO.
I don’t like her no matter what makeup/outfit she is wearing 😉
I don’t really pay attention to Jessica Biel. Whether she’s on the collection ad or not doesn’t bother me.
I’ve seen the entire collection. The Siren lipstick was used in a runway show by Gucci Westman… and I have a strong feeling Gucci might be behind this collection too. I’ve loved every collection since she joined Revlon’s team. The silver lipstick tube is a few dollars more. It doesn’t feel heavy or have that luxe weight to it though. The Demure and Temptress are both kind of sheer with a little shimmer. I would have preferred a pearle finish since those are pigmented. To me they both need more pigment, but the red and orange shades have a lot of it.
Thanks so much for sharing, Rebecca!
I agree about Gucci Westman, I love her collections for Revlon myself. Demure and Temptress sound perfect to me, I love such kind of lipsticks. Hope I will find them here.