I’d been pondering over whether to buy this palette or not for a while, I was really in love with the warm tones. I love me a warm eye look with bronzy skin, so it was really hard to put off buying this. It being only £4 makes it even more tempting. I eventually gave in and bought this, and another one of the revolution palettes, but I haven’t tried it as much so I’ll hold off on reviewing it for now.
Onto the palette itself. The packaging is really nice and sturdy, and the pan size and shape is great for me. You get a lot of product, and I’ve always preferred square pans than circles. The only problem I have with it, is a problem that is quite common among eyeshadow palettes, which is that it doesn’t have a mirror. If it did, it would be such a nice size as well.
You get 15 shadows in the palette, and contains a mix of browns, pinks, and reds. the combination of colours work so well together, and you can get a lot of different looks from it. The shadows are such nice quality for the price. The matte shades are so creamy and smooth, and the shimmers, although not the most intense I’ve ever seen, are all really stunning and vibrant. I really can’t get over how good these shadows are for £4. They blend beautifully, and the pigmentation doesn’t disappear when you blend it either. In fact, you really don’t need much shadow at all to create a full look.
I really like this palette, and hope to try other palette that are just as good quality.
I created this simple look using this palette, using only a few of the shadows. This is the kind of look I like to wear if I’m going out with makeup on during the day.
I hope you enjoyed reading, and please let me know if you have this palette, and what you think of it.
Until next time