Here we are yet again, how are you this fine morning?
I was recently at Walgreens and noticed a new line of Rimmel’s called Lasting Finish Pro. I assume these are all new colors since I have never seen this line (or bottle shape) before. I picked up the four that looked the coolest, but I believe there were 2-4 others as well.
The formula on these was REALLY great! I was very surprised and pleased. I really like the square bottle shape also they remind me of Sally Hansen’s Tracy Reese line, very sophisticated. All of these were just two coats with one exception. Read on!
Steel Grey is a medium mushroom taupe creme. I really don’t know why they named it Steel Grey, because it’s definitely not a traditional “grey”. Either way this is yet another great mushroom in my collection. Here are some comparisons, in case you are wondering. It’s much lighter and has more of a pink tone than Chanel Particuliere. It has less grey and more pink in it than Barielle Putt-E-On Me. It’s much darker and more brown than Orly Country Club Khaki. It’s a totally different taupe than OPI You Don’t Know Jacques. This one was the only one that was three coats since it was a little more sheer than the others.
Marine Blue is a medium blue with light blue shimmer. This is a gorgeous color for spring/summer, and I will certainly be wearing it soon. Two coats.
Violet Metal is a shimmery violet with an iridescent flash of deep purple, blue and pink. This is outstanding! The color is so totally amazing, and this picture wasn’t even taken on a sunny day! Seriously RUN to the store and get this if you can, it’s a must have! Two coats.
Midnight blue is a dark blue base with light blue shimmer. It’s very hard to tell here because of the clouds above, but this isn’t just a solid boring blue and it’s not black looking. It is in fact really pretty. This was two coats.
I am super pleased with all of these and can’t wait to see what else Rimmel has in store in the near future!
These were found at Walgreens and were about $4.30 each.
What do you think about these?