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Revlon Corporate Office

Revlon Corporate Office Address

Revlon, Inc.
237 Park Ave
New York, NY 10017

Contact Revlon

Phone Number: (212) 527-4000
Fax Number: (919) 603-2953
Website: http://www.revlon.com
Email: Email Revlon

Executives

CEO: Alan T. Ennis
CFO: Steven Berns
COO: Chris Elshaw

Revlon History

Revlon was founded in 1932 by brothers Charles and Joseph Revson and chemist Charles Lachman.  The company began by developing a unique nail enamel.  The company used pigments instead of dyes and was able to create a unique set of colors.

In 1937, the company began selling their enamels to department stores.  Within 6 years, they were a multimillion dollar company.  By 1940, they had a complete manicure line and also began to produce lipstick.

Revlon went public in 1955.  The stock price tripled in 8 weeks.

During the 1960s, Revson segmented the business following the way General Motors had done it and each segment targeted a specific consumer.  The company also began to sell internationally around this time.

Charles Revson died in 1975 and Michel Bergerac took charge of the company.

As the result of a hostile takeover, Revlon was sold to Pantry Pride in 1985.  The Revlon corporate office is located in New York, New York.

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M'Chelle Huff September 19, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Why won’t Revlon give us an answer as to why they discontinued Colorsilk Strawberry Blonde #72? There are obviously a lot of customers that are not happy about this decision. I think we at least deserve an explanation!

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Crystal August 18, 2014 at 12:55 pm

Please bring back revlon color silk 72 strawberry blonde. There is simply no others that compare. I have resorted to buying this off EBAY for $50 a box and forsee paying as much as $100. Actually am considering creating my own version with an entrepreneur and NYC beautician … Also have a friend that,knows Amy Adams. Revlon marketers should be fired for dropping this unique color…..!

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Lavonda Lockner September 28, 2014 at 1:30 pm

If you come up with a color please let me know! I just used my last box. I found 13 boxes at Big Lots and have used them up. My hair is thick and long so it takes 2 boxes for each color. I am a very unhappy girl!

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Chris Kirik August 13, 2014 at 6:13 pm

I am still anxiously awaiting a response as to why you have discontinued Colorsilk Strawberry Blonde #72. It has been over a week now. Please don’t inform me it is a trend. Most people want to color their hair a natural hue not with a trendy color. I am a traditional 48 year old woman that wants my real color back not something faux.

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Chris Kirik August 5, 2014 at 6:56 pm

I am extremely disappointed that Revlon has discontinued Colorsilk Strawberry Blonde #72. This was the closest color to my natural hair color that I have ever found. The finest salons in my area could not match my hue like #72. What were you thinking when you made this decision? As you can see from the many comments I am not the only unhappy consumer. I truly hope you will bring this color back in the name of all the natural looking redheads out there!! Please don’t disappoint us. I would appreciate a response as well. As I would like to remain a valued customer.

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Nicki June 13, 2014 at 2:10 pm

Please bring back strawberry blond colorsilk. I started dyeing my hair at the age of 15 because I was going premature grey. This is the only due that ever came close to my real color. Now I’m 44 and still not ready to go grey. All the other reds and suburbs on the market are too artificial cherry to work on me, I tried going brown, but with my pale Irish skin I resembled a vampire and had to pile on the make up. Currently I’m using blond, but it really isn’t me. ;-(

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anita smolover June 1, 2014 at 11:03 am

it is my understanding that revlon is now marketing norell spray cologne…if this is true, would you please tell me where i can purchase norell in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. i have used it for over 40 years, and the department stores here have stopped carrying it…..thank you. anita lopatin smolover

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Linda Allen May 28, 2014 at 5:58 pm

I use the Revlon ColorStay Brow Enhancer Blackened Brown and have loved it since I found it but now it seems you have discontinued it. Can you tell me if you have any left over stock that is not like these people trying to make a killing off of one eyebrow pencil asking 30 dollars for one. I live on a fixed income and would really like to purchase more of this product. God Bless You. Linda

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Christine May 14, 2014 at 4:25 am

I am a natural strawberry blonde. Red is too red, blond to blond. I have used Revlon colorsilk for years. I can’t change my real color due to”color trends”, so now what do I do??? Revlon was the only company that had anything close to my real color. Perhaps those of us from Danish/Nordic descent with with not red not blond hair will have to forget our heritage and become brunette. What a joke. Guess I will not use any Revlon cosmetics anymore since they care more about”trends”than their customer base. Too bad Revlon, you really screwed up with this one. Goodbye from a one devout customer.

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sallyanne April 27, 2014 at 2:08 pm

please bring back 72 strawberry blonde….have used this for years.

No I tried your dark reds….too much.

back to strawberry blonde

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imma April 18, 2014 at 9:18 pm

bring back love pat. nothing I can find compares to it – it was perfect. I used it for almost 40 years. wish I had known it was being discontinued, I would have stocked up!!

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Marion Dixon April 18, 2014 at 1:12 pm

I have been using strawberry blond color silk for years and had to change to a ammonia based L’Oreal strawberry blond and now my hair is ragged looking and broken hairs all over my head. PLEASE BRING BACK STRAWBERRY BLOND HAIR COLOR or tell me how to mix your blonds and reds to get strawberry blond.

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Suzie March 17, 2014 at 2:25 pm

Please bring back Colorsilk Strawberry Blonde/72. You cornered the market with this shade and have disappointed many users when you discontinued it. Maybe your people who give advice to consumers (the 800 number). could suggest which two shades to mix in order to get this color. Instead they just advise against mixing. What to do? At least help me understand why?

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Karen March 16, 2014 at 7:39 pm

i love enjoli bring it back PLEASE

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JB March 2, 2014 at 1:15 am

Please bring back Softspoken Pink powder blush.

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Maggie March 13, 2014 at 9:12 pm

I second that!! I have been checking other brands but cannot find a color like softspoken pink : (

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sherri lapaille February 23, 2014 at 12:59 pm

Please help!!! I can not find my favorite revlon blush color…softspoken pink.I am desparateplease help me.
Thank you for your help in advance ♥ I love your products and cant leave home without it ♥
Sherri LaPaille
502-322-XXXX

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Charlee Geerling November 7, 2013 at 7:02 pm

Why did your company think it was a good idea to bring out a nailpolish that smells like an old lady’s hankerchief drawer? I just bought a bottle of your Perfumerie autum spice polish and I can honestly say it is the worst smelling thing I have come across. I had to get up during the night and take it off. I am 67 years old and would not want this type of scent so I cannot imagine a younger woman wanting this scent. I am going to attempt to return the polish and get my $5.99 back, wish me luck. Never thought I would have to “smell” nail polish before I bought it but next time I sure will.

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Nicole Rogers October 22, 2013 at 11:17 am

Dear Revlon,
Wow, you did it again! As an African American, it is hard to find reputable eyelash glue that works well with our oily skin. It is equally as challenging to find glue that is reputable, dark base and affordable. I want to commend you all for changing that.
I usually wear harsh weave glue to adhere my false eyelashes. Over time, I have noticed that this glue is unforgiving and pulls out most of my natural eyelashes. I have tried several dark eyelash glues (Ardell, Kiss, Lash Grip, Duo, and Debu) but none of them offered lasting support and was often either too sticky or watery. I recently saw Revlon’s Precision Dark Eye Lash Adhesive, and thought one more would not hurt. To my surprise, Revlon offered the best support for my false eyelashes. It was located at my local drugstore and Wal-Mart, which means, I did not have to go to a fancy department store or order it online.
So hats off to Revlon!! It isn’t too sticky or watery. It also adheres in a timely manner and most of all, it lasts for hours!!
Sincerely
Happy Eyelashes-Nicole Rogers
stXXXXXX@yahoo.com
(214) 354-XXXX

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Dolores Rigg August 26, 2013 at 5:53 pm

My mother has 4 pairs of cuticle nippers that need sharpening. Shr says that
Revlon used to offer a shsrpening service. Is this service still available?
If so could you direct me to the place for return procedures.
Thank You
Scott Rigg

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Marga August 20, 2013 at 7:06 pm

I second what the lady said about LOVE PAT PRESSED POWER!!!!!!!!!!!!! I used to love the transluscent natural shade and NEVER could find it AGAIN, I also tried every revlon product to no avail! When they discontinued it I CALLED REVLON but they didn’t even had a list where you could learn about the equivalent of the color one used in another line- and I couldn’t find any shade like it nor effect on my skin.

I sometimes buy an used item in ebay but the older translucent sets from before have a different tint to them. I have an original from 25 years ago and a newer one I bought 10 ago… and I haven’t been able to find anything AT ALL that compares to that. if anyone knows anything please post an answer- and for the lady that posted before please try ebay, at least it is the only solution I could see…

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J.Parks May 19, 2014 at 11:50 am

I’m right there with you about the LOVE PAT pressed powder. I used it for many years and was devastated when they discontinued it. Transluscent natural was my shade as well. Beautiful finish/coverage — and I have very sensitive, oily skin and it never bothered my skin. The only thing I have found that compares is Clairol Simply Powder — goes on smooth and has a very nice finish. Would prefer the Love Pat, but it’s long gone — wish they would bring it back. I would be the first in line to buy it.

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Michelle July 30, 2013 at 12:00 am

Colorsilk Haircolor #72 Strawberry Blonde 7R is most like my natural hair color and it now discontinued Why?

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Rhonda Tuzzio June 15, 2013 at 5:18 pm

Has #72 Color Silk been discontinued? I can’t find it anywhere. Strawberry Blonde

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Dianne Leslie Courtney May 26, 2013 at 7:25 pm

Good Morning,

I have used Moondrops Lipstick #706 for many, many years- ever since I stopped using Estee Lauder products. Lately I have not been able to find #706 in any of the local stores. I find it uncomfortable not to find the one orange lipstick that compliments my skin tones. Have you stopped manufacturing #706 lipstick?
Dianne Leslie Courtney
dlc5ak@alaska.net

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Tess Wheeler May 16, 2013 at 11:52 am

What kind of lipstick and what number is your replacement for your Apple Polish number
708? Would it be the same color?

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Dianne Leslie Courtney May 26, 2013 at 7:27 pm

I use Revlon’s Moondrops #706 which is a golden orange shade.
dlc5ak@alaska.net

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dorothy faraldo May 4, 2013 at 6:34 am

I purchased Revlon Beyond Natural defining Mascara @ festival flea market in Pompano beach FL. When I opened the product, it was al dried out. Did not save receipt so have no recourse w/store. Can u help me?

Thank you…Dorothy

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carolann fischer April 16, 2013 at 8:06 pm

Hello, I’ve written and called Revlon, many times before , about this product.. It was Revlon’s Love Pat!! Moisturizing Pressed Powder! & my color was , Soft Beige!~~I have used that powder since i was 15 years old, I am now in my 60′s~~I know it was discontinued! But I’m asking for you to pleaseeeeeeeeee!!! Bring it back~~I’ve tried every pressed powder there is~~~~~~~~ well almost! and none of them compare to LOVE~PAT~ I even tried every one that Revlon makes, to no avail!!Tried department store costly brands also!! None of them like my skin , the way ( Love ~Pat~ did!! So will you pleaseeee??? consider bringing Love Pat Moisturizing Pressed Powder Back~~ (*^*) I’ll be very very: ( :( if you dont! Well thanx so much for reading this,,Hope”’full~~C”Fischer~~~~~~please erply~~~~~~

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Janice Hargest February 5, 2013 at 9:59 pm

To : Whom it may concern,
I have been a faithful user of your wonderful prouduct Etrna 27 with Progenitin since the early sixty’s.
I have found that someone is selling moisture cream labled as Etnra 27 with progenitin
that is really only moisture cream! I knew right away that this was not Revon’s cream with progenitin. I have had this cream tested and also have a letter stating that this is in fact only moisture cream in a jar marked with progenitin. I need to speak to smeone other than the Oxford store in N.C. as they have lied and were very rude to me. I would very much like to speak with someone who could help me with this matter. I LOVE your Etrna 27 w/ Progenitin and only want to get the real thing ! Please contact me at 301-733-9613.
Thank you ,
Sincerely,
Janice Hargest
I now have 7 jars of this moisture cream that is marked w/progenitin !

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Joyce Alexander January 24, 2013 at 9:25 am

Please tell me that Revlon isn’t going out of business. I have used Color Silk hair color from Revlon for 47 years #72 Strawberry Blonde, that is the one I want and no other, but I’ve noticed the last several months it isn’t on the shelf at any drugstores, Wal-Mart’s, Target’s, Meijers, anywhere here in Indianapolis IN I tried to order from Amazon, they charged my credit card, then emailed me it was no longer available and refunded the card. I emailed Revlon asked about this they assured me Strawberry Blonde is still available. It is not.
What gives??

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Rhonda Tuzzio June 15, 2013 at 5:21 pm

I have the same problem! That’s my one and only color I use, and I’m finding that even other companies don’t have a comparable replacement. I’m either going to have to go to a brighter red or a shade of blonde. Boo!

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Kat January 30, 2014 at 4:44 am

I have looked everywhere for colorsilk strawberry blonde ( and could only find it on ebay for 20 bucks each ) was told by revlon it was discontinued…..due to color trend changes…sorry not everyone wants to be a brunette these days! If anyone finds a comparable color please share the info.

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