Discontinued items from Revlon include lipstick, eye shadow and nail polish from the company's Street Wear collection, and illuminating liquids and powders from the Skinlights line. Although Revlon launched a redesigned version of the Street Wear brand in India in 2013 rebranded as Street Wear Color Rich, the cosmetics from the original collection remain discontinued.Continue Reading
Revlon launched Street Wear in the 1990s. The company designed the collection's bold, unexpected colors to appeal to creative women who valued individuality. Street Wear's product line brought alternative colors such as mustard yellow and mauve-taupe into the mainstream cosmetics industry. The discontinued Street Wear line included nail polishes in shades such as Exposed and Dijon, matte and frosty eye pencils and lipsticks in nude and plum shades.
Revlon introduced the Skinlights line of illuminators in 2001 and discontinued them less than a decade later. In the United States, the line included loose powder and several shades of liquid illuminator. Revlon reintroduced the Skinlights name for a new line of liquid illuminators in 2014, but the original product line remains discontinued. While the original liquid came in a pump tube, Revlon packages the revamped version in a squeeze tube. The new version, which is available in four shades as of November 2015, is more subtle, less pigmented and less shimmery.Learn more about Make-up