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Revlon and Sephora Makeup Eraser Pen Review

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Sephora Makeup Eraser Pen

Update: The Revlon Makeup Eraser Pen item is no longer in production and is getting hard to find online. However, the Sephora Makeup Eraser Pen (pictured) is essentially the same and is available for $6. I highly recommend one of these pens!

I picked up a Revlon Makeup Eraser Pen at CVS the other day. After just a few uses, this brand new product is a must have item for me.

I’m pretty klutzy with the eyeliner and such, and this product is wonderful at fixing those mistakes. Just as the name says, it is a makeup eraser. The soft tip removes smudges quickly and easily. Aside from using it on some actual eyeliner and mascara smudges, I tried it out on some fabricated ones that were larger (hopefully!) than people would encounter during normal use. It did just fine removing a chunk of black eyeliner from my cheek and removed big mascara smudges as well. After those bigger cleanups, I had to wipe off the pen a bit as well, but it came clean for reuse with no problems.

With this thing around, I might wear eyeliner much more often, since mistakes are now easier to handle. Nobody wants to have to wash off all of their makeup and start over because of a small mistake. Now you don’t have to. Just erase and retouch up the area. This is the best product purchase I have made all year! Seriously!

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 Revlon and Sephora Makeup Eraser Pen Review


Comments

  1. Allure magazine had a $2 off coupon in it this month for this. I have always wanted a product like this, so now I’ll get one, $2 off!

  2. March 8,2013
    I purchased SEPHORA makeup eraser at the SEphora store in Connecticut and am looking for where I can purchase it in Poughkeepsie area.
    Thank you for our help.

  3. Hi Bonnie! Unfortunately, the makeup eraser pens are getting really hard to find. The Revlon one was discontinued, but you can still get it here at Amazon.com. The Sephora one seems to have disappeared completely. Something that could maybe substitute are these eraser sticks, but you could make something like that yourself by dipping Q-tip into some eye makeup remover. I also found this Givency remover pen, but it costs more. And as much as I love Givency, I don’t think the pen is worth $30! Your best bet might be grabbing one or more Revlon ones from amazon while they last!

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