Revlon Previews Nearly Naked Makeup at NY Fashion Week

Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman, responsible for all things awesome over at Revlon the past few years, previewed 2013 launches on the runways at New York Fashion Week. The look seen here at Giuletta’s Spring/Summer 2013 Presentation was all about dewy skin.

“The designer was envisioning a mermaid with an eccentric twist,” says Westman.  “I wanted it to look as if the girls had just emerged from the sea. I focused on creating a dewy glow then added a striking brown eye and glossy bronzed lips to complete the look.”

The Revlon look included:


Revlon Nearly Naked Makeup (available January 2013)
Revlon PhotoReady Sculpting Blush Palette in Natural


Revlon Illuminance Creme Shadow in Not Just Nudes
Revlon PhotoReady Primer and Shadow in Metropolitan and Graffiti, $9.99 (available January 2013)
Revlon ColorStay Eyeliner in Brown, $7.99
Revlon PhotoReady 3D Volume Mascara, $8.99


Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter in Sugar Plum, $7.49
Revlon ColorBurst Lipgloss in Bronze Shimmer, $7.49


Revlon ColorStay Nail in Enamel in Seashell from The Spring/Summer ’13 Collection (available next spring)

We’re anxiously awaiting more details on the “Nearly Naked Makeup” responsible for this dewy, natural look. Also, we love the natural nude lip from the duo of Colorburst Glosses. That we don’t have to wait until January to try! What do you think?

7 thoughts on “Revlon Previews Nearly Naked Makeup at NY Fashion Week”

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  2. Ohhh !! can’t wait… Natural make-up colors are my favorite… I am that kind of people that looks much better without make-up… Still I need some make-up that will pinpoint my good sides and hide the bad ones.

  3. I really hope Revlon revamps their cream shadows. They are alway awful.

    Against better judgement I bough the Shanghai cream shadow palette and it was soooooooo bad. Shame, because the colors looked so beautiful.

    I am looking forward to see the LE stuff, always love everything but the cream shadows.

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