Revitalash Hosts LA Cocktail Party and Close-Up Look of New Launches

Anne Moratto | August 16, 2018 | 1:45 PM
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Last night at one of Los Angeles' most buzzing restaurants, Revitalash Cosmetics, a physician-led, award-winning line of lash, brow, and hair cosmetics, hosted an intimate look at the brand's signature collection and newly launched products. Gracias Madre, an "I can't believe it's all vegan" hot spot in West Hollywood, was serving up Revitalash cocktails, mocktails and small bites on their delightful outdoor patio. Makeup artists on the Revitalash team were serving up their own brand of bespoke beauty, creating eye looks using RevitaLash products. 

One of the brand's hero products is their RevitaBrow Advanced Eyebrow Conditioner, prized for its proven arch-building properties. This same tested technology is being employed in their new Hair Care Collection, comprised of a Thickening Shampoo, Thickening Conditioner and Hair Volume Enhancing Foam to revive fine and thinning hair, for both men and women. The collection is free of parabens and phthalates, is hypoallergenic and cruelty free, and is safe for use on color-treated hair. 

Another noteworthy launch on display was the new Double-Ended Volume Set. The brand’s award winning Volumizing Primer and Volumizing Mascara have merged into a convenient 2-in-1 duo to help prep and enhance natural volume. This double-duty product provides color-intense conditioning that allow for buildable application to natural eyelashes.

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