Wednesday, 25 July 2007

Revue website update

Revue has updated with website with the fall collection that will be launching on 1 September. The spokesmodel, actress Ai Kato, looks gorgeous in the clip on the making of the commercial. Do check it out!


http://www.kanebo-cosmetics.jp/revue/cm/index.html

5 comments:

Tammy said...

Saw the new Essence In pact today... The powder is oh so fine! It felt like a dream. You can really tell the difference from Superior Stay or Still Keep. I'm considering getting one of Revue's powder foundations, after getting the S.S. LF. But could someone tell me the difference between these three lines? Superior Stay and Still Keep powder foundations look like they're 2-way, but I don't know the diff. between the two. And I'm assuming Essence In must contain... essence..?

Haru said...

Both Superior Stay and Still Keep are for spring/summer when skin tends to be more oily. They are more suitable for normal to oily skin whereas Essence In is meant for autumn/winter when skin tends to be more dry. Essence In is more suitable for dry skin and it has more moisturising ingredients whereas Superior Stay and Still Keep have more mattifying properties. Superior Stay is also supposed to be more resistant against oxidisation leading to a change in color after a few hours. Both Superior Stay and Still Keep can be applied with a wet sponge but Essence In cannot.

Tammy said...

Wow! Thanks! Now I feel like I make a better informed decision. :D I think they're phasing out Still Keep by the way.. I couldn't even find it in my drugstore today.

Erusa said...

I'm in love with the pore concealer, have you tried it, Haru? ^-^

Haru said...

Do you mean the W Effect Concealer?
http://www.kanebo-cosmetics.jp/revue/2007lineup/lineup02.html

I tried it in the store but wasn't too impressed. The way it's package is not the most hygienic.

The only Still Keep still around is the Pearl On version, which has micro shimmers. Kanebo has already discontinued the original Still Keep when Superior Stay came out.