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Vintage Revlon Lipstick Case Lipstick Tube w Mirror Stunning Amethyst Stones
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$12.00
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$11.11
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$48.50
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$15.00
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Vintage Revlon Comb Case with Mirror
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ULTIMA Pearlescent Perfumed Dushing Powder REVLON Original Box New Vintage RARE
$24.99
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ULTIMA Enriched After Bath Body Cologne REVLON 77oz Original Box Vintage
$19.99
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INTIMATE Spray TEAR DROP REVLON Original Box Vintage
$19.99
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Rare Vintage Intimate Refillable Powder Pom Pom by Revlon
$4.25
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Revlon Vintage SILVER NOUGAT 08 Frosted Lipstick 1960S HTF RARE
$74.99
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$2.00
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Vintage Compact never used W Lipstick Case By Van Cleef Arpels 4 Revlon
$33.00
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Vintage Revlon New York Golden Metal Textured Powder COMPACT Case 2 1 2 K6
$7.99
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Vintage Revlon Compact w Rhinestones
$5.00
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Full Vintage REVLON UNFORGETTABLE EAU DE COLOGNE SPRAY 16 OZ Perfume
$21.00
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$29.95
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Vintage REVLON ULTIMA Guilloche Decorated Face Powder Compact
$24.99
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Vintage REVLON Solid Perfume Hippopotamus Charlie scent
$34.99
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$41.99
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Ultima EDP Spray 20 Oz By Revlon Vintage
$159.99
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Vintage Revlon Gold Tone Compact Tres Petite Moon Drops Translucent 2
$29.99
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VINTAGE Revlon Lustrous B Lipstick PUSSYCAT PINK X65 Futurama Refill 1960S
$44.99
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VINTAGE Revlon Lustrous B Lipstick TAWNY PINK 491 Futurama Refill 1960S
$44.99
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Vintage gold finish art deco compact by Revlon
$10.00
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2 Vintage Compact Cases 1 Used Pegi Paris and 1 Used Revlon
$3.99
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VINTAGE REVLON ENAMEL POWDER COMPACT
$12.99
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10 VINTAGE PERFUME MINATURES REVLON LIPSTICK DECORATIVE BOTTLES
$39.00
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Vintage 1 1 2 Revlon Gold Tone Compact empty
$10.00
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Vintage Revlon Fire Ice Eau de Parfum Glass Bottle
$9.99
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$7.95
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$7.95
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VTG 1950S REVLON LOVE PAT GOLD TONE COMPACT REFILL ORIGINAL BOX TRES PETITE
$9.99
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2 Nice vintage bottles of cuticle removers in boxes Revlon Cutex
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Vtg Revlon Aquamarine Quilted Bottle empty 3 4 oz
$3.95
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Vintage Revlon Loose powder compact
$19.99
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MIB RARE VINTAGE REAL WHITE MINK FUR LES GIRLS REVLON DOLL LIPSTICK
$875.00
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VINTAGE JONTUE COLOGNE SPRAY PERFUME FULL BOTTLE 7oz NEW YORK REVLON
$9.99
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Vintage Revlon Love Pat Misty Rose Compact with Original Pouch
$9.00
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Vintage Revlon Ultima II Compact in Original Box
$16.00
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Revlon Misty Rose Love Pat Vintage Celluloid Makeup Compact
$19.99
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Vintage Revlon Ultimate Bottle
$20.00
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VINTAGE REVLON NATURAL WONDER COMPACT FACE POWDER NEVER OPENED ORIGINAL OWNER
$2.75
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Vintage Silver Plated Compact Revlon
$4.99
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Vintage Revlon Moondrops Elephant Perfume Solid Pendant Chain Necklace
$15.00
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2 Vintage Compacts 1 COTY and 1 Revlon
$3.00
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Vintage Revlon Petite Compact with box
$4.99
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Vintage Charlie Perfumed Dusting Powder by Revlon 2 Oz
$19.99
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Vintage Rex Fifth Avenue Case w Revlon Fatal Apple Lipstick Compact
$19.99
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Vintage Signed REVLON Black Gold Lipstick Tube Holder with Flip Up Mirror XLNT
$99.99
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VINTAGE INTIMATE EAU DE TOILETTE REVLON 225 OZ BOTTLE 1 2 FULL
$9.99
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Vintage Revlon Rhinestone Clasp Compact Love Pat Rachel Very Nice Condition
$24.99
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Amazing DEADSTOCK VINTAGE Revlon AQUAMARINE 50s 60s SOAPS TALC NEW MIB
$59.99
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Vintage Revlon Kit w Mirror Comb Scissors and 2 Nail Tools
$8.00
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Vintage 1961 Revlon Lipstick Case Holder No 0539 Flapper
$69.95
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Vintage Revlon triangles decorative collectible mirror puff gold tone compact
$5.00
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Vintage Perfume Bottles Powder Sachet Chanel Revlon Arpege DuBarry Irice France
$89.99
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Vintage Rexall Cara Nome Golden Radiance Compact with Revlon Rose Beige Powder
$19.99
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VTG PERFUME LOT ELIZABETH TAYLOR PASSION ARDEN SUNFLOWERS REVLON JONTUE EUC
$12.99
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Vintage Revlon Love Pat in Creamy Peach Gold Tone Powder Compact Orig Puff
$0.99
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VINTAGE REVLON INTIMATE EAU DE TOILETTE SPRAY 4 OZ IOB
$9.99
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Vintage Revlon Gold Mini Compact makeup case
$39.99
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Vintage REVLON Goldtone Basketweave Pattern Powder Compact Love Pat Misty Rose
$20.00
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Vintage Revlon Solid Perfume Compact Intimate Fish Koi
$7.99
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Vintage NEW Revlon Sheer DYNAMITE Wind Milled Face Powder 2 oz in Box w Graphic
$6.88
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Vintage Revlon Unforgettable Eau de Cologne Spray 4 FL OZ 1 2 Full Glass Bottle
$8.88
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Vintage Revlon

EARLY NINETIES VINTAGE PERFORMANCE ASHLEY ICON LETICIA REVLON VENUS REVLON EUGENE MILAN AND MORE!!!

Entrepreneurs Beware: Brands Are Dying!

It seems strange that a brand consultant such as myself would tell everyone that brands are dying, but I genuinely believe that we are in the middle of a significant cultural change. The brands that miss these changes and don't adapt accordingly may not be around in a few years. It's that serious. Get a coffee and a biscuit and read this carefully. It could just be the catalyst that encourages you to relate to your customers in a totally different way.

Brands Make Us Scared

The essence of successful branding is based upon fear. All the advertising, inspirational slogans and celebrity campaigns are all designed to make us feel like something is lacking in our life. We are not quite the person that we'd really like to be because we don't have that particular product and it's that fear of inadequacy that drives many of our buying decisions. Of course you can go to TopShop and buy a handbag that look's like a Birkin, but you'll never be like Kate Moss if you don't go to Hermès and buy the genuine £6000 version.

I remember chatting to a designer from Ralph Lauren when I was doing some work on Savile Row and during a particularly dull show in London Fashion Week I asked why they went to such great lengths to showcase £20,000 dresses. In my ignorance I couldn't understand why they would go to all that trouble when you never see anyone wearing such flamboyant creations in real life. In retrospect, the answer was obvious. They didn't expect to sell more than half a dozen dresses, but what they did expect to happen was that the 'halo effect' would come into play.

In order words, most people can't afford Ralph Lauren wardrobes, but they can afford a piece of the brand in the form of a perfume. That's where the money is. The halo effect is basically the process of organically promoting part of your brand, by showcasing something else that is so aspirational that it is out of reach to most of us. Ford used to promote £200,000 Aston Martins. B&W sell £20,000 speakers. Remy Martin promote bottles of £20,000 Black Pearl Louis XIII brandy in order to sell more of the £50 Remy VSOP. Brands know that we want to be admired and respected by our peers, so they give us countless opportunities to satisfy our fear of inadequacy, by offering us cheaper products with the same logo on them.

The Best Brands Guarantee Dis-Satisfaction

Great brands are built on dissatisfaction. After all, if you were satisfied with your Revlon makeup or your Nike sneakers or your iPad, why would you buy another one? Satisfied means done, finished, I don't need any more. In fact, most great commercial (and non-profit, and political) brands create a cycle of purchase based on ever-greater dissatisfaction with what we've got.

I have an unhealthy amount of vintage trainers. I have an iPhone 3GS which I love, but it already feels old because all my friends are flaunting iPhones 4's. There's nothing wrong with my 3GS. I just feel that I'm being left behind. Am I ever going to use 'face time' on an iPhone 4 to video chat with my friends? Probably not. But do I still want one? You betcha. I think it's probably fair to say that your most unhappy customers are often your greatest source of learning. "Stop trying to make me unhappy!!!"

In the midst of last year's heavy recession, Steve Jobs said,

"A lot of companies have chosen to downsize, and maybe that was the right thing for them. We chose a different path. Our belief was that if we kept putting great products In front of our customers, they would continue to open their wallets".

Brands Are Worn Out

Michael Eisner of Disney has called the word brand "overused, sterile and unimaginative" and he's right. When the brand manual grows bigger, heavier each year, you know you're in trouble. When I was initially asked to do some work for Reebok with my illustrator friend James Walker, we were really excited about being involved with such an iconic brand and letting rip with our creative juices.

Sadly, our excitement soon wore off when we saw the length of the brand guidelines. We knew it wasn't gong to be anywhere near as much fun as we thought, as the job became like a very boring jigsaw, just piecing all the various design components together. Looking back it doesn't surprise me that Reebok, who once competed head on with Nike and Adidas, are now an also-ran as a sports brand.

Brands Are No Longer Mysterious

There is now much more of an anti-brand sentimentality as a result of various consumer movements and books like Naomi Klein's infamous "No Logo". When I was growing up in the late 80's it was all about the label on your shirt. If you wore Sergio Taccini, Fila, Ellesse, Kappa or Cerutti you were the man, but when my (cool) friend Alan Steeple flaunted his logo-less rugby shirt, I began to notice the cultural shift, that it was becoming cool to notwear a logo.

"Companies are about their logos like guys are about their... you know. They love talking about them. They love to look at them. They want you to look at them. They think the bigger they are, the more effective they are. And they try to sneak looks at other guy's logos when they can. But as any woman will tell you, nobody cares!" Luke Sulivan

There is more consumer awareness now and more people understand how brands work. More importantly, people understand how brands are supposed to work on them!

Brands Can't Understand The New Breed Of Consumer

Consumer buying habits underwent a huge transformation in the 1960's with the arrival of TV and the big advertising agencies promoting brands such as Proctor & Gamble, Ford and Kellogg's, but until a few years ago not much had really changed. But then along came the internet and everything changed - from the way we connect with each other to the way we are entertained. Unfortunately, most brands haven't changed in line with technology, thinking that a shiny website or multiple social media accounts will do the trick. It won't.

The new customer is better informed, more critical, less loyal and harder to read. The white suburban housewife who for decades seemed to buy all the soap powder no longer exists. She has been joined by a new population of multi-generational, multi-ethnic, multi-national consumers.

Brands Hate Good Old-Fashioned Competition

The more designer brands and private labels we invent, the less we notice them as individuals. Most people are aware that we see over 4000 advertising messages a day, but on the average 45 minute supermarket shopping trip, you see over 45,000 brand names. How on earth are you ever going to get recognised as a new brand in that kind of market place? When I worked with Unilever, we estimated that in such a tough marketplace, you had on average 1.4 seconds to capture someone's attention and make them pick your product off the shelf (instead of their usual choice of brand). If you are not number one or two, forget it.

More Brands Doesn't Make It Any Easier

The greater the number of brands, the thinner the resources promoting them. Microsoft has 64 different sub-brands and they struggle to evenly allocate their $10billion marketing budget to each of them effectively. Compare that to Apple who spend the same amount but focus all their marketing efforts at just their core brand, and you can soon see exactly why Apple have overtaken Microsoft in the visibility stakes.

Brands Think Science Has The Answer

Most of the books on branding that I've read and the may brand workshops I've been to, all talk about the science of branding. The definitions, the charts, the diagrams and the SWOT analysis. All that stuff is important, but formulas have no imagination or empathy. The best brands tell stories and use emotion to communicate their messages, but there isn't a formula that can deal with human emotion.

I recently worked with a very big FMCG food brand who's advertising ideas were based upon analysis, demographics and Neilson ratings. They actually promoted accountants into brand management. No wonder they couldn't understand why their campaigns weren't working. Brands need to tell stories that make us feel something. Instead they were drowning in a sea of numbers, while some new start-up was working out of a bedroom somewhere, well on its way to stealing some of their market share.

Brands Have Become Dull

The story of brands has gone from daring and inspirational to one of caution and risk-aversion. Once the darling of the bold and the brave, brands are relying on the accumulation of past experiences rather than the potential of future ones. Headstones are replacing stepping-stones! If the antics of a middle-aged jumper wearing Richard Branson cause a riot (and they do), how bland and boring does that mean everyone else has become.

The Moral Of The Story...?
So what is the moral of my story (if any?)... Don't be another me-too brand. Don't do things the same way that you've always done them. If your advertising isn't working, or you are unsure what is showing results, stop it immediately. Get out there and start connecting with your customers. And that doesn't just mean joining Twitter and having a Facebok fan page. The answer isn't "social media". If you think about it, allmedia is social. It's just about connecting with your customers. Saying "hello" to people. Calling them. Everyday. Visiting them (in person). I'm convinced that many of your customers are just dying for you to start a conversation with them. They want to tell you exactly what they want and why they want it.

Make a list of five customers you can call now...

[Right now!!!]

Brand Consultant, Blogger, Ex-Giraffe Keeper, Digital Curator and Author of Sex, Brands & Rock'n'Roll. I have been a brand consultant for over 12 years working with brands such as MTV, Marmite, Nike, Reebok and LVMH. I am passionate about inspiring people to build brands that matter and make a difference.

EVERYTHING regarding branding is about emotion. Loving people. Telling (great) stories. And caring. A LOT. Hopefully my articles will help to inspire you to look at brands differently and maybe even challenge you to bring more love and emotion into the way you do business.

About the Author

Brand Consultant, Blogger, Ex-Giraffe Keeper, Digital Curator and Author of Sex, Brands & Rock'n'Roll. I have been a brand consultant for over 12 years working with brands such as MTV, Marmite, Nike, Reebok and LVMH. I am passionate about inspiring people to build brands that matter and make a difference. Find out more about me at http://www.jeremywaite.co.uk or read my blog at http://jeremywaite.wordpress.com

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a while back this old lady past away cross from my moms house..they were selling all her things.?

most of the items were very expensive like her home decor.i bought a few things that didnt cost much at all i probably spent like 10 dollars including this revlon lipstick.i liked it because it looked vintage well it is.so my question is how much do you think its is worth..i did some searching and it only tells me its from the 1950 and 1960's. http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-rhinestone-lipstick-holder-97354143
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It worked for me and it looks pretty fancy and expesive