The brand new budget makeup brand Makeup Revolution is causing quite a storm with their amazing range of affordable makeup products. They’ve already received an huge amount of positive reviews from beauty bloggers on their products since their launch last month, so I couldn’t wait to try the brand for myself. Makeup Revolution have over 300 products already to choose from, starting from £1 and pride themselves on delivering performance and quality in every product at ‘revolutionary’ prices. What’s more, they delivery internationally so anyone can get their hands on Makeup Revolution products so read on for my very first Makeup Revolution Haul.
Delivery within the UK is £2.95 or free on orders over £30, and they have sometimes have free delivery promotions too. Plus, Makeup Revolution do not test on animals which is fantastic news. I was very kindly sent a selection of their products to try for myself, which I’m so excited about, so I wanted to show you which products I received and I will review everything here on my blog in due course.
The Makeup Revolution products which are creating the biggest buzz right now have to be their extensive range of eyeshadow palettes. There are ten different palettes containing twelve shadows
each costing just £4
, with some being VERY similar to some pretty ‘iconic’ palettes. There are Iconic 1, Iconic 2 and Iconic 3 palette which are undoubtedly visual dupes of the three Urban Decay Naked Palettes,
but until I’ve tried them, I won’t know if they compare shade-wise. I have two of the Makeup Revolution Eyeshadow Palettes; The Acid Brights Palette and The Iconic 3 Palette
The next products I received within my Makeup Revolution Haul was the Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Highlighter £3 in Golden Lights
, Makeup Revolution The One Foundation £4 in shade 8
(there are 16 shades available), and two of the Makeup Revolution Foil
Finish Awesome Metals £4 in Pure Platinum
and Emerald Goddess
As you can see I got an amazingly diverse selection of their products to try, and I am so excite and eager to use them. From what I can see and how thy feel, the products don’t feel and look cheap like the likes of MUA and e.l.f.
do, so I’m definitely impressed with what I’ve seen so far. As I’ve already said, I will be reviewing everything for you, but if there is something/s you’d particularly like to see first, please comment below and let me know and I’ll make sure I prioritise getting those reviewed first.
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