9 Drugstore Beauty Products To Keep On Your Radar This Spring

Some of the drugstore beauty products that you should keep on your radar this Spring. Starting with the Limited Edition Revlon Color Charge Collection...

drugstore beauty revlon color charge collection

I can’t tell you guys the last time that I’ve actually purchased makeup. Especially drugstore makeup. I’m constantly receiving products for review. And I have more makeup than I’d use in this lifetime.  Although I’m always receiving stuff for review, I rarely receive products from drugstore brands. So that’s why I barely ever review drugstore makeup. The brands usually don’t send it, and I have no need to buy it. I only spend my coins if it’s something that I absolutely NEED want to try really bad. But this year more drugstore beauty brands have been sending over products for review consideration. Here’s some of the goodies that I received that you should keep on your radar this Spring. Starting with the limited edition Revlon Color Charge Collection…

revlon color charge lip powder

1. Revlon Color Charge Violet Rush Matte Superlustrous Lipstick

Moisturizing matte with micro-fine pigments for high impact color. Violet Rush is right on trend since Ultra Violet is the Pantone Color of the year. The lipstick is available in 9 more shades.

2. Revlon Color Charge High Fever Lip Powder Palette

5 metallic shades of lip powder to dramatize your lip look. Super moisturizing and would look great paired with the Violet Rush Matte Superlustrous lipstick. Try the powders on your eyes as well for a gorgeous Spring look. Also available in Peach Pucker.

revlon color charge lip powder swatches dark skin

Violet Rush Matte (left) , High Fever (swatched from top)

revlon color charge shadow palette color collage

3. Revlon Color Charge Color Collage Shadow Palette

revlon color charge shadow palette color collage swatches dark skin

10 bold shades and finishes for endless looks. This palette doesn’t have the best pigmentation. I had to swatch each shade a few times. But it’s great if you want to try bright lids this Spring for the low.

revlon color charge halo liquid illuminator and holographic loose powder

4. Revlon Color Charge Halo Liquid Illuminator

Use as a spot highlighter over makeup. Or mix with your foundation for a subtle glow.

5. Revlon Color Charge Holographic Loose Pigment

Holographic makeup will be big this spring. Use the Holo pigment to highlight your eyes. Or go bold and use it to highlight your cheekbones. Available in 5 shades.

revlon color charge halo liquid illuminator and holographic loose powder swatches dark skin

Halo (left), Holographic Loose Pigment (right)

Next up, some products from the CoverGirl Vitalist Collection

Drugstore Beauty CoverGirl Vitalist Healthy Glow Collection Review

6. CoverGirl Vitalist Go Glow Luminizing Lotion

This hydrating luminizing lotion gives the skin a glow from within look. Available in two shades Daybreak & Sunkissed.

7. CoverGirl Look Lock Up Setting Mist

Make sure your luminous look lasts all day with this light mist. Locks in color and keeps the face looking fresh.

CoverGirl Vitalist Healthy Glow Highlighter

8.CoverGirl Vitalist Healthy Glow Highlighter

This blendable cream highlighter illuminates your natural skin tone for a next level glow. Also looks amazing on the eyes. Available in Sunkissed and Sundown.

CoverGirl Vitalist Lip Oil

9. CoverGirl Vitalist Elixir Lip Oil

A blend of nourishing oils with a lightweight texture that melts right into the lips. Hydrates, conditions & softens while the tint enhances your natural lip color. Available in 6 shades, including Melon Granita & Cherry Crush.

CoverGirl Vitalist Glow Swatches and Lip Oil Swatches

Are you a drugstore beauty fan, or do you stick to high end makeup?

Product(s) in this post were provided for review consideration. See my Disclosure page for additional information.

5 Responses

  1. I am not into drugstore makeup anymore…but there are a few items that are drugstore Holy Grails for me…the Milani eye tech liner in blackest black…..NYX butter glosses, and NYX intense butter glosses.

    1. I’m not really into drugstore makeup either as I feel some of the products are too expensive, yet lacking quality. For the price you might as well go high end. For mascara though I’ll prob always choose drugstore since it has to be tossed so frequently.

  2. Ever and always drug store if I can manage it. The budget just won’t allow for more than that and since I like out of the box colors, I tend to shop indie brands far more frequently than high end. But indie often doesn’t cover a good gamut for deeper complexions when it comes to foundations, blushes and highlighters so I’ll find myself standing yet again, before the aisles in my local CVS/Walgreens/Rite-Aid/etc if only because of their return policy on cosmetics. I do enjoy your reviews of products because you seem to be my foundation twin and like me, have semi hooded lids so there’s typically a plethora of info on makeup looks and foundation recommendations which leave me feeling confident in a product.

    I just personally can’t see spending more than $20 on a foundation. It’s weird but that’s just a sentiment held. ^_^

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