From a super-saturated eyeshadow palette that combines both purple and yellow (way more flattering than you'd think as demonstrated by Revlon spokeswoman Olivia Wilde) to metallic-blue cream eyeliner and a matte fuchsia lippy, the "Rio Rush" collection features both shades and formulas that are normally only found in pricier products. Plus, the cornerstone of the collection is Westman's personal favorite: The Photoready Skinlights Face Illuminator in Beach Bronze. It's a super-sheer lotion that can be dabbed onto the skin to create the most believable faux glow, ever — even on the palest of skin tones. (And, considering how Westman's skin seems to have a lovely, tawny tint year-round, she's definitely the woman to trust when it comes to bronzers.)
It gets even better. Not only does Revlon want to give your makeup bag a spring-ready update — it wants to pass along some sweet tunes to get you warm-weather-ready as well. Revlon has partnered with Pandora to create playlists that correspond with their customizable Shadowlinks eyeshadows. Simply head over to the Revlon channel on Pandora, click on the ad to create your own Shadowlinks palette, and Pandora will create a station that will reflect your color choices. Pretty makeup and spring-ready tunes — what better way to officially chase away the winter blues?
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Sultry Samba, $4.99, available in late April at Drugstore.com; Revlon ColorStay Eyeshadow Palette in Exotic, $5.99, available in late April at Drugstore.com; Revlon Nail Enamel in Gold Goddess, $4.99, available in late April at Drugstore.com.
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