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Revlon Expression Experiment
I’ve had some fun the past few weeks at Jessica’s expense. And, let’s face it, it’s been fun right? So, I figured when Revlon asked us to take the Revlon Expression Experiment, I figured I may as well let her have a bit of fun of her own.
She’s a true girly girl! Before having kids who drive us all crazy, she was event on the pageant scene and did very well for herself earning quite an impressive amount of crowns (or tiaras?) and ribbons and all those pink and sparkly things pagent girls get. But, since the kids, she’s been in the mommy rut. Same style, hardly any make-up. You know. Comfy!
Revlon wants to inspire women. Push them out of their comfort zone and encourage them in trying new expressions. Use the Revlon Expression Experiment to get out of their everyday comfy make up routine and try out these bold new colors! Become more than moms and be the super individual women they are hiding under those mom jeans! Here’s what Revlon sent us to work with.
The set was great really! Such bold and expressive colors of lipstick. Like the red, she usually wouldn’t wear that dark of a shade! I especially loved the peachy/orange nail polish! It’s really a super summertime color!
We had her trying out all sorts of cool new looks too. No way were we stopping with just one! The eye shadow alone offered quite a bit to play around and have fun with! After a few minutes she was back in the swing and coming out of the mom rut! It was awesome to see Granda Juice over here pull out the camera and the glamour posing began! Here’s what she ended up with!
Great right? She looks fantastic! I think the Revlon Expression Experiment was a total success! How about you? Are you ready to join the Revlon Self Expression Movement and push out of your comfort zone? Would you wear red lipstick? Check out the Revlon Expression Experiment Facebook application. Leave me your comments below and tell me how you think Jessica’s make-over went! And, I would love to hear about your expressions too!
Go on!! I dare you!