Revolution Pro Allure Supreme Eyeshadow Palette
I have tried quite a few of the Revolution Pro products thus far and for me their best quality range is their Supreme Eyeshadow Palettes collection. There are four different Revolution Pro Supreme Palettes which are £6 each and contain eight powder eyeshadows. So far I’ve featured the Revolution Pro Bewitch Supreme Eyeshadow Palette here on my blog, but I’ve purchased the other three palette since as the Bewitch palette impressed me so much and a number of you went on to purchase the Bewitch Palette after seeing my swatches and you’ve told me you love it too which makes me so happy. Today I have the Revolution Pro Allure Supreme Eyeshadow Palette to show you which is generally a cool toned palette which I love as I’m definitely more of a cool toned eyeshadow fan.
“Intense colour, unbeatable silkiness. Revolution PRO Supreme Eyeshadow Palettes feature eight shades of our richest shadows. Combining creamy mattes and luminous, light-reflecting shimmers, every shade is soft and buildable for easy blending and stunning eye looks.
Allure includes a matte vanilla, matte cool brown, light taupe shimmer, warm brown with light green glitter, matte mauve, ethereal lilac shimmer with pale blue glitter, matte warm deep brown and matte black.“
The Revolution Pro Allure Supreme Eyeshadow Palette is packaged within plastic casing with a clear lid and no mirror. The eight powder shadows are laid out in vertical narrow pans with a mixture of eyeshadow finishes.
The pan size isn’t great if you want to use your fingertip especially for the shimmers as you can easily pick up colour from one of the shades either side but I like that there’s no unnecessary packaging and it’s relatively compact.
Just look at these swatches for a £6 eyeshadow palette… the Revolution Pro Allure Supreme Eyeshadow Palette honestly give some higher end palettes a run for their money, and I’m hoping that Makeup Revolution use this new formula for some of their palettes as it’s so superior to any other eyeshadow formula they’ve done so far.
The Revolution Pro Regeneration Palettes are £8 each and contain 18 shades, and they’re nice quality but they’re no way near as amazing as the shadows within the Supreme Palettes. If you were going to choose a palette within the Revolution Pro range, I’d definitely recommend the four Supreme palettes.
The Revolution Pro Allure Supreme Eyeshadow Palette contains a beige cream matte, a light chocolate brown matte, a light golden bronze foil, a duochrome matte brown with an olive green shimmer shift, a deep purple matte, a duochrome lilac foil, a deep chocolate brown matte and an intense black matte.
The mattes are buttery soft, smooth and intensely pigmented whilst the foiled shades are beautifully multi-dimensional and are super intense even without a primer or eyeshadow base underneath. I can’t say enough good things about the Supreme palettes, for £6 they’re fantastic and whilst they do create a little fallout due to their softness, it’s an amazing eyeshadow formula.
I would love to know if you’ve tried anything from Revolution Pro yet?
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