I love a good affordable eyeshadow and Make Up Revolution always delivers. A few months ago, I spotted that they were doing a Zodiac collection complete lipstick and oh yes, eyeshadow palettes. The My Sign collection featured shade selections based on the different star signs and I am showing you one of the two palettes I got today.
Make Up Revolution My Sign Water Sign eyeshadow palette
Make Up Revolution is THE brand if you’re a lover of eyeshadow palettes. Best known for their dupes of famous high end palettes, the brand also releases plenty of their own palettes. And they cost next to nothing. The quality is great and there are some great and unique color schemes to be found. They also bring out new palettes constantly, which means there are always more to try and then you run the risk of acquiring quite a few over the years. This is my Make Up Revolution eyeshadow palette collection.
Make Up Revolution eyeshadow palette collection
Tambeauty is keeping the releases on a roll and one of their newest releases is a set of mini palettes that correspond with some of the larger palettes already part of the line. These are released by I Heart Revolution. It’s not just new palettes that they are releasing, but I Heart Makeup has also been rebranded and renamed accordingly. So let’s see how I like these four I heart Revolution mini eyeshadow palettes.
I Heart Revolution mini eyeshadow palettes
Choc Mint, Rose Gold, Nudes, Choc Orange
One of the hypes in the makeup world at this moment? The Make Up Revolution Conceal & Define concealer. After the drama surrounding Tarte and many people boycotting the brand as a consequence, they all needed a replacement for the much loved Shape Tape. And then they discovered this! Whether it was newly released, whether it is supposed to be a much cheaper dupe of Tarte Shape Tape: it was at the right place at the right time. Is it any good?
Make Up Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Conceal and Contour concealer C3 & C4
Often the products I try are very carefully picked out. I request and receive little to no PR. Most of the items I am just not that interested in, so I’d rather buy products that I love than receive lots of free stuff that I am not remotely interested in. So it hardly ever happens that I have a product lying about that I am not so curious after. However, when I placed an order at a Dutch makeup website last year, I received this highlighter as a freebee. Is it any good?
Make Up Revolution Radiant Light Radiant Lights Highlighter Exhale
Affordable makeup is a great thing to try and if there is one brand that is known for their affordable products, it’s Make Up Revolution. They may be best known for their eyeshadow palettes. You know the ones? Those that blatantly dupe other, more expensive palettes? Or the ones that give you 32 shades? Yup, we’re talking that brand today. But after from eyeshadow this brand does so much more. Today I’m reviewing one of their blushes for you.
Make Up Revolution Blush Now!
My second ever 32 pan Make Up Revolution eyeshadow palette had me hoping it would be better than my first experience with this budget brand. The original Flawless palette is one of those palettes that has deceiving good looks, but in the end isn’t a palette I enjoyed. I reviewed it nearly 2 years ago and didn’t like how the shadows performed very differently from what one might expect by looking at them in the pan or a swatch. There are a few shades that I enjoy in there though and I was pleasantly surprised by two other MUR palettes: New-trals vs Neutrals and Fortune Favours the Brave. Therefore, I was happy to try another one of their larger palettes to see whether the formula has since improved.
Make Up Revolution Flawless Matte 2 eyeshadow palette