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REVLON

Revlon began in the ‘30s with a single product: a nail polish offered in bold, saturated shades other than the common red. Today, the company boasts of a comprehensive range of cosmetics, from flawless foundations and cult BB creams to vibrant lip color and signature nail lacquers. With celebrity muses including Cindy Crawford, Iman, Halle Berry, and most recently, Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde, Revlon remains at the forefront of buzz-worthy beauty trends.



About Revlon

In 1922, Revlon was founded by Jewish American brothers Charles Revson and Joseph Revson, together with chemist Charles Lachman (who contributed the “L” in the brand’s name). Their very first product was a uniquely designed nail enamel, which was developed using pigments instead of dyes, and undoubtedly a groundbreaking formulation in the cosmetic industry at the time.

From then on, the company branched out and began selling their polishes in department stores, drugstores, and pharmacies. By 1940, they began developing their line of lipsticks, and by the end of World War II, they had grown into a multimillion-dollar organization, and were listed as a top American beauty brand.

Today, Revlon offers hundreds of cosmetic products—from lipsticks and mascaras, to brow kits and blushes. They are known for their vibrant pigments and long-staying formulas. They also manufacture and sell beauty tools, hair care products and dyes, and even fragrances.

Revlon’s bestselling Super Lustrous Crème Lipstick is a crowd favorite, here at BeautyMNL. It’s made with ligh-reflecting LiquiShine complex, which produces a rich, radiant hue when worn. Enriched with vitamin E and avocado oil, it also plumps up and moisturizes your lips round-the-clock. Shop it now on BeautyMNL, and achieve your most luscious lips yet.

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