Who else has more than one mascara currently in their makeup bag? I know I do and, in fact, I have 5 tubes on the go right now because they all serve a different, yet necessary function. I have the thickening one, lengthening, curling, waterproof and the “natural” one, which of course, I barely use. Oh, did I mention the mascara primer? So all in all I have 6 tubes of mascara in my makeup bag ready to #werk.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Revlon on YouTube these days and naturally I was excited to put their new Ultimate All-in-One Mascara to the test. It comes in 3 everyday wearable colours - Black, Blackest Black and Blackened Brown. I got mine in blackest black, which is perfect because I have dark hair and olive skin so I find it’s the most flattering shade for my lashes.
As with every makeup I try, I first wore my new Ultimate All-In-One Mascara around the house as phase one of my rigorous makeup testing. My lashes stayed plump up until the end of the night and I had no smudging. So far so good!
Phase two was to test it out as I ran about my daily errands for the next couple of days. Again, my lashes stayed plump and smudge-free till night time.
Overview of Revlon’s new Ultimate All-In-One Mascara.
- Buildable. The first coat lengthens and separates your lashes. The second coat thickens and curls them to juicy long lashes.
- The uniquely shaped oval brush, called the Revlon Power Mini Brush, looks intimidating at first glance, but is actually very easy to use. It’s also perfect for getting even the tiniest lashes, like the ones in the corner of your eye.
- Intense colour pay off. Since I have dark eyes and dark hair, I prefer the deepest, darkest black from my mascara to help my eyes pop more. Revlon’s Blackest Black Ultimate All-In-One Mascara passes my colour test. ;)
- Easy to wash off.
- Prone to flaking if you touch your lashes.
Overall, I think Revlon’s new Ultimate All-In-One Mascara is a great all-in-one that delivers on its promise. While wearing it, my lashes looked long and thick and my eyes really stood out. It can certainly replace all 6 mascaras currently in my beauty bag but honestly, that’s a big commitment and I like variety. I can say that it has a new place in my beauty bag and I’ll be reaching for it in the near future.
This post is sponsored by Revlon. All opinions and pictures are my own.