The brand Makeup Revolution has taken the beauty world by storm over the past few months, and it's not hard to see why when they sell palettes containing 32 eyeshadows that cost just £8!
I was lucky to have the opportunity to choose a few products from Makeup Revolution to review for you guys. Since the last time I visited their website they have launched a whole load new products, so I just couldn't choose and simply said I'm an eyes girl and that I'd love to try out any of their new eyeshadow palettes if possible! I was thrilled with what they sent me and over the next two weeks I shall be posting reviews on each item I was sent (it's not all going to be about the eyes)
The first product I tried was the Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette in Flawless I hadn't even noticed this palette in the website when I looked so was ecstatic when I pulled this out of the package first. I was immediately drawn to the rose gold metallic packaging, it looks so sleek for a pallet that costs just £8! When you turn it over, the other side has a picture of all of the 32 eyeshadows, which I think is a nice added touch to the packaging.
The actual palette itself has a sleek black glossy finish to it, which means when my fingers are covered in makeup (I'm very messy) it's easily wiped away and doesn't ruin the finish to the palette at all. The palette also comes complete with a large mirror inside, which is something I know I always want in an eyeshadow palette.
As the name would suggest the palette contains 32 highly pigmented eyeshadows. There is a great mix of neutral colours all the way up to dramatic shades, so you really are spoilt for choice and can go from day time look to evening look, without the need to go grab other eyeshadows.
All of the eyeshadows have a different texture to them as well, which I wasn't expecting. There's a few neutral matte shades which are great to use as a transition shade and help blend out your eye look. There are some subtle shimmers in there too, which are my particular favourite textures when it comes to eyeshadows. Some slightly glittery eyeshadows, which are great to have in your collection for when you want to jazz up your eye look and then there are some really creamy metallic eyeshadows in there, which remind me of the new L'Oreal Colour Riche Mono Eyeshadows which I mentioned in my No More Spending Ban Makeup Haul the other month, those are gel infused, and I'm not sure if Makeup Revolutions are, but they really do feel similar and I'm liking them A LOT!
Who wants to see some swatches then?!
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As you can see from the swatches above, the eyeshadows in the Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette in FLAWLESS are really highly pigmented. Aside from one or two shades each swatch was done just once. As a whole the eyeshadows that I have worn so far blend in easily and there is no patchiness, even with the matte eyeshadows. I experienced a little fall out with some of the shades, but it wasn't too much, and it was certainly nothing that a cotton bud couldn't sort out. Durability on the eyes was great. I always wear a primer, no matter what brand of eyeshadow I wear and these lasted just as long as some of my expensive eyeshadows do, which is pretty much 12 hours!
Having already purchased two of their eyeshadow palettes when the brand first launched, I knew the quality would be amazing for the price, I mean £8 for all these eyeshadows? You can't really go wrong can you?!I actually previously reviewed the Iconic 3 palette a few months ago as a Urban Decay Naked Palette 3 DUPE!!! and it's still one of my most viewed posts to date, so go check that out also.
That's all my lovelies, I highly recommend this palette and also the brand itself. For the price you will not find anything that has the same quality as these do... £8!!! And as stated in the title, below is a little makeup look I created with some of the colours.
*This were sent to me for consideration of a review. My views are, as always 100% my own.
Until Next Time