Revlon makeup is an American cosmetics company that produces cosmetics, fragrance, skin care, and other personal care products. Revlon has become a household name in cosmetics, skin care, and fragrances the world over.
The Revlon company was founded in 1932 in the midst of the Great Depression by Charles Revson, his brother, and a chemist friend. They started their business with one single product: nail enamel. They grew very quickly and are now a multi-billion dollar cosmetic corporation.
Revlon makeup uses both move stars and supermodels to advertise their products. In the past, names such as Melanie Griffith, Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon, Kate Bosworth, Jessica Alba, Julianne Moore, Eva Mendes, and Jessica Biel have done commercials and advertisements for Revlon. Currently, their spokesmodel is supermodel Elle MacPherson.
Revlon offers a variety of cosmetics, including lip gloss, lip liner, lipstick, and lip plumper. Face concealers available from Revlon include foundation, face powder, rouge, thanaka, bindi, tilaka, and a cleaner-toner-moisturizer blend. Eye products include eye shadow, eye liner, kohl, and mascara.
Revlon has non-cosmetic products available such as hair products like shampoo, conditioner, gel, hair spray, hair color dye, and styling cream. There are multiple types of Revlon anti-aging creams, body powders, cold creams, and sindoor. One of the things Revlon is best known for are their many different shades of nail polish and other products in nail care, such as fake nails, nail polish remover, cuticle oils, and hand cream.
Revlon makeup is meant to be affordable, and is sold at all major department stores. They also have all of their products available online at their website. They pride themselves on being a corporation that cares and have championed women’s health by supporting various medical research programs, clinical care, physician training, and education and awareness. They are in partnership with the National Breast Cancer Coalition, the American Cancer Society, Harlem Hospital Cancer Control Center, Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and Women’s Research Cancer Alliance.