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Rimmel Cosmetics Review

Rimmel Cosmetics Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Wanna look good without spending a bunch of money on make-up? Then check out some of these cool beauty products from Rimmel cosmetics. You'll look great without spending a ton.

It's easy to see why people are talking about Rimmel cosmetics. Rimmel beauty products won't empty your wallet even though they're good quality make-up. They're available in a range of products including eyes, lips, skin and nails. It's no wonder they've been around since your mom was a teenager.

Kidzworld put a few Rimmel products to the test like their eye shadow, mascara, lipstick and lip liner.

Eye Beauty

The Rimmel SpecialEyes eye shadow rocks! It went on nice and smooth and stayed on my lids the whole day. Rimmel eye shadow comes in a bunch of groovy shades including Smokey Quartz - the color we put to the test! My only complaints about the shadow are that the container lid doesn't stay on very well and it doesn't contain an applicator sponge. Cost - $1.97 US ($3.15 CDN.)

Rimmel Curly Mascara gets a thumbs up. The brush is great cuz it separates your lashes so they don't get globs of mascara on them. It's okay for girls with sensitive eyes cuz it's ophthalmologically tested (safe for sensitive eyes.) Cost - $3.97 US ($6.36 CDN.)

Lip Beauty

You can't have outstanding eyes and nothing on your lips. Rimmel 1000 Kisses Stay On Lip Liner Pencil is the perfect way to define your lips before putting on lipstick. This is a great way to make your lips a little fuller if you aren't happy with your natural lip line. Of course, then you fill it in with a little color. We tried Rimmel Lasting Finish Coffee Shimmer. It's got a hint of shimmer but it isn't a frost lipstick. It lasted most of the day on my lips even after eating and drinking. Cost - Lip liner $1.97 US ($3.15 CDN.) Lipstick - $2.97 US ($4.75 CDN.)

The best thing about Rimmel cosmetics is that you're getting quality cosmetics at a value price. Rimmel cosmetics are only available at Wal-Mart in the US and Canada, as well as some drugstores in Canada. Internationally - check your local cosmetics or drugstore. Why spend more to look good when you don't have to? You may have enough $$$ leftover to pick up that new CD you've been eyeing.

Rating:4

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