HEB: Revlon Coupon, Review, and Giveaway!

Posted by My Dallas Mommy on Friday, February 11th, 2011 at 7:45 pm

One thing that can really change the way a woman looks is eye makeup! HEB sent me some Revlon Custom Eyes Shadow and Liner to try out and giveaway as one of their “Beauty Bloggers!”
Have you checked out the Beauty Department of HEB? There are some FUN tools to help bring out your best features! You can easily create and customize the eye look you want with 4 shadows and 1 liner.  For dramatic eye popping looks like never before! Believe me, my hubby was shocked at the new look! I love that I can use the dual ended applicator to create the look I want.  The wider side made it easy to cover the eye area in shadow and the pointed end to apply the liner shade. I like the neutral browns a lot!
I love the setting options! Read more on these below:
Setting 1 – Aligns bristles for long and dramatic lashes
Setting 2 – Staggers the bristles for length and definition
Available in 3 Regular and 2 Waterproof Shades*:
·         Blackest Black
·         Black
·         Blackened Brown
·         Waterproof Blackest Black
·         Waterproof Blackened Brown
*Ophthalmologist Tested

I know you want to go grab some and play around a little with your eye make up! HEB was so kind to give a $3 coupon for me to share with you! Enjoy the savings!!! Click here to print yours!
Now for the fun part…the giveaway! Two readers will win! This is open to US residents only and this giveaway will end on 2/19 at 5:PM. To enter, simply leave us a comment with your tips on how to put on Eye Make up! You can get a 2nd entry by tweeting the following phrase and leaving us a link to your tweet in the comments section! 

@mydfwmommy is hosting a @heb promotion and I suggest applying makeup (……………………) #hebbeauty

*H-E-B has provided me with the products and information for the promotion, but my thoughts and opinions 
are strictly mine and are not influenced by the prizing!

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27 Responses to “HEB: Revlon Coupon, Review, and Giveaway!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I use concealer too, but I also bring it up along the insides of my nose next to the inner eye corner to brighten the area. sfmathews@sbcglobal.net

  2. Anonymous says:

    It might have already been said but you should put it on slowly…take your time. Roshni.c.agarwal@gmail.com

  3. Amberpebs says:

    You put your eye makeup AFTER the kids are settled in AM and your Hubby is OUT of the bathroom ~ so to avoid any injuries! ;)amberpebs@yahoo.com

  4. jessica says:

    I am a huge believer in primer….if you put eye shadow primer on your lids ~ your eye makeup will last SO much longer!!Jessica Hansenjessicalhansen@aol.com

  5. Courtney M. says:

    After I apply my base and powder, I put on primer, this makes the eyeshadow stay all day. Then I apply my eyeshadow, 3 different shades. The darkest one from the crease to the lashes, a different one in the corner and another lighter, above the crease to the eyebrow. I apply mascara and eyeliner, and I'm good to go. :o)flutterby_storm@yahoo.com

  6. Nicole says:

    Less is always more….just the basic's for me. A little liner, a little contouring shadow, some mascara!nikieastep@att.net

  7. Rebecca ford says:

    i am REALLY bad at putting on eye make up, but i really wanna learn how, but for me i put on an eye lid primer, then just put on some shimmery eye shadow, and if im feeling spicy i put on some colored eye liner :P ragamuffin00@hotmail.com

  8. Kim says:

    I never wear much make up when the children were little, just mascara. But now I am using eye shadow again. I like reading all the tips befor my post. I do want to venture into eye liner.Molino7 at msn dot com

  9. Regina D says:

    I use my eyeshadow as top lid eyeliner DuShane_r@msn.com

  10. Anonymous says:

    apply a medium thick line of eyeliner on top eyelid. Then use lots of mascara and curl. Make lashes look really full!ea.sisters at gmail dot com

  11. Anonymous says:

    I usually apply my eye liner first, then put lighter shades of eyeshadow on my eyelids. Next, I put a darker shade in the crease of my eye, then take my lighter shade and blend slightly. If desired I will go back over my eye liner, put on mascara, then I'm done!Amanda, apw222 @ aol.com

  12. Dree says:

    Use a shimmery eye shadow in the inner corners of eyes to make them seem wider and more awake :)thebubblyone95[at]gmail.com

  13. AYL says:

    I like using liquid liner pens. You get the precision of a liquid liner, but its much more easier to apply and you can apply it really quickly.Thanks for the giveaway!audreyliangy(at)gmail(dot)com

  14. Anonymous says:

    I always use eyelash curler to make my eyes look bigger and more alert. To make my eyelashes curlier, I would heat up eyelash curler with blow dryer for several seconds.Helenhanrunni@gmail.com

  15. Anonymous says:

    I use a good brush or applicator and take my time putting it on with a good magnifying mirror. If you try to put too much on at one time or if you are in a hurry it will look really tacky.Thank you for this giveaway! :)Connieconnie_bryant@hotmail.com

  16. Anonymous says:

    Next you can apply the eyeliner. You should draw your line by taking the pencil across the eyelash line. In order to achieve the most control over your eyeliner, use an eyeliner pencil rather than liquid eyeliner. Start on the inner corner of your eye and move to the outer corner in order to outline your eye. Carefully blot off any mistakes you make with a cotton ball or cotton swab in order to start over. Avoid the inner portion of your eyes when applying the eye liner. You can apply eyeliner to just your top eyelids. Draw a line in the opposite direction opposite to those of the top eyelids if you do decide to apply eye liner to your bottom eyes as well. april_tabby@yahoo.com

  17. Anonymous says:

    For a simple smoky eye:
    Prep your eyes with a eyeshadow primer so eyeshadows will last all day. Lightly pat a light colored eyeshadow all over the lid with a brush. Then with a crease brush, apply a darker color shadow into the crease. If you want, apply a light flesh-tone color to browbone and inner tear duct to blend and open up the eyes, respectively. Add your favorite eyeliner and mascara and your eyes are set to go!
    Thanks for doing this giveaway! Hope I win!

    ashleygeorge1221@gmail.com

  18. mamilita02 says:

    I put on makeup early in the morning when my kids are still sleeping or I let them loose in another room, I cannot concentrate with them nearby.
    mamilita02@hotmail

  19. Anonymous says:

    Deep-Set Eyes: Fill in brows with a Brow & Eyemakers Pencil two shades lighter than your hair. Line top and bottom lash line with a pencil in a matching shade.april_tabby@yahoo.com

  20. Anonymous says:

    For thickness, hold brush as close as possible to base of lashes, and wiggle it as you move it up through lashes. (This motion helps get every lash.) Let mascara dry for ten seconds, then replace brush at lash base, and wiggle again as you move up the lashes.doublediamonds0@yahoo.com

  21. Anonymous says:

    Shimmering hues of white, pearl, or pale pink deflect the appearance of darkness around eyes. Brushing a sheer pastel, such as pink, lavender, or baby blue, across lids has a similar brightening effect.ot2bnks@yahoo.com

  22. Anonymous says:

    To prevent eye shadow from creasing, pat concealer or foundation on the lids, dust with translucent powder, then brush on a powder formula.prudynpink@yahoo.com

  23. Anonymous says:

    Prep your eyes with concealer Concealer can be used to cover up under-eye circles or just the bluish discoloration just under your inner eye. To cover dark undereye circles, apply three dots of concealer under each eye. Start at the inner corner where skin tends to be darkest, then under the pupil and the third on the outer edge. Pat, never rub with your ring finger (this finger tends to have the softest pad) until it disappears. aprilm224@yahoo.com

  24. LisaMarie says:

    put it on very carefully ;-) it sounds so simple, but taking you time…and have a good mirror!