16 August 2014

Makeup Revolution Haul | Review

I decided to treat myself to a little(-ish) make-up haul before all my money vanishes when I move out, and I couldn't resist checking out Makeup Revolution's range as it seems every single blogger seems to be on the Makeup Revolution bandwagon at the moment! I needed a piece of the action.

Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 'Redemption' Eyeshadow Palette - £4

I haven't got any of Urban Decay's Naked palettes. I know, BAD BLOGGER, but I've heard that this palette is a pretty perfect dupe so I'm really intrigued to find out just how good it is. It's got some great matte, pearl and shimmer shades in here, so I really hope this lives up to my expectations.

Makeup Revolution Blush & Contour Ultra Professional Blush Palette in Sugar and Spice - £6

I've never owned a full blush palette before and this one includes some gorgeous shades, especially for £6! Again, it's got a mixture of shimmer and matte shades, but also includes baked blush and even a baked highlighter. It's the ultimate palette, really.

Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Highlighter in Peach Lights - £3

I played it safe with the Vivid Highlighter and chose the Peach Lights version - you can also buy it in Lilac and Golden, but I think Peach will suit me more and also be a bit more versatile for day/night looks. I do really like using powder highlighters as I find them easier to blend, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed with this one.

Makeup Revolution The One Concealer - £3

This looks like an odd one. It could be amazing or could be just plain weird. It looks like a concealer and moisturiser in one, and is supposed to tackle imperfections and dark circles - the exact reasons why I would use this. I haven't tried a concealer like this before, so I would love it if the concealer is pigmented enough to work, but also hydrates my skin at the same time!

Makeup Revolution Focus and Fix Eye Primer - £2.50

I haven't used an eye primer in so long, so it would be great to see whether this does the trick for everyday wear! It doesn't seem too different compared to other primers I've used in the past. Apparently it helps to fix your eyeshadows in place, plus brightens them up (especially for metallic eyeshadows). We shall see.

Makeup Revolution Amazing Lipstick in Luscious - £1

Can a £1 lipstick be that 'amazing'? This coral/orange colour looks fab (I'm a bit obsessed with this shade at the moment) so I really hope it's got great lasting power and applies well. No harm to the bank if it doesn't, but I can see myself stocking up on loads more colours if I like it!

Have you tried out Makeup Revolution?

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