From the glossy magazine pages of the 1950s sprung one of the most talked-about beauty campaigns of all time for Revlon’s Fire & Ice™ lipstick and nail enamel.
During a time when exotic foreign actresses, like Brigitte Bardot and Ingrid Bergman, were dominating popular culture, the Revlon campaign showed the American woman that she could be as compelling and glamorous in everyday life as any starlet on the silver screen.
In the 1960s Revlon flipped the conversation, bringing the “American Look” to the rest of the world through advertising featuring U.S. models.
The 1970s ushered in a new wave of feminism. Revlon was there, mirroring women’s progress with the development of new products. The brand added face and eye makeup to its lines.
In 1973, the brand announced what would become the #1 fragrance in the world: Charlie™. Over 40 years later, the perfume’s youthful sophistication is still sought after by women of all ages.
The 1980s marked a period of transition for the brand, leaving department stores to become one of the top mass-market beauty brands. At the same time, Revlon partnered with some of the world’s most “unforgettable women,” including Iman, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and Christy Turlington.
Revlon debuted its ColorStay™ collection in the 1990s. Featuring Brand Ambassador Halle Berry, the line soon became the #1 longwear brand—and has remained so ever since.
The millennium brought a bold new influence to Revlon when world-renowned makeup artist Gucci Westman joined as Global Artist Director through April 2015, pushing the brand on the forefront of trend and fashion.
In 2011, talented and style savvy movie stars Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde joined the long list of inspiring, beautiful women who call themselves Revlon Brand Ambassadors.
Since 1932, Revlon has developed a long-standing reputation as a trendsetter in the world of cosmetics, skin care, fragrance, and personal care. Revlon is a global color cosmetics, HAIRCOLOR, beauty tools, fragrances, skincare, anti-perspirant / deodorants and beauty care products company whose vision is Glamour, Excitement and Innovation through High-quality Products at Affordable Prices.
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I have been working at Revlon part-time (More than 3 years)
Fun problem solving work days
Drive time and milage stipends
Work with management at accounts
Ability to make sales while in accounts
Unreliable in terms of consistency
When you get work it's full time, but the rest of the season is pretty sparse.
Advice to Management
It would be great if we could have a little more consistency in the amount of work we receive.
I applied online. I interviewed at Revlon.
the interview went smoothly and i met with human resources, the manager and the head of the department. they were very nice and pleasant to talk with. no trick questions, just common sense questions and conversation. I got response fairly quickly.
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