Revolution Pro Colour Focus Bronzed Glow Eyeshadow Palette
I reviewed the Revolution Pro Colour Focus Night and Day Eyeshadow Palette back on my blog in January, and I have to be honest it was a bit of a love hate palette. Some shades were gorgeous (mainly the duochromes) but some were really disappointing, and I said I wouldn’t purchase the other Colour Focus Palettes as I didn’t want to risk wasting £12 on a mediocre palette. Well I caved. The Revolution Pro Colour Focus Bronzed Glow Eyeshadow Palette launched towards the end of July alongside the Nude on Nude Palette – and I bought them both.
In my defence, the Revolution Pro Colour Focus Night and Day Eyeshadow Palette has ZERO swatches on the Revolution website so it was a total blind buy, but Revolution now upload swatches for all of their products. So both the Revolution Pro Colour Focus Bronzed Glow Eyeshadow Palette and Nude on Nude Palette have swatches on the Revolution website, and they both looked beautiful.
I had a birthday discount code to use for Feelunique, so I decided to buy them both to see if the quality was better? The price has gone up since January which is disappointing. They were already expensive for £12, but they’re now £13, and they still have the same cheap cardboard packaging.
The quality in the Revolution Pro Colour Focus Bronzed Glow Eyeshadow Palette is so much more consistent, with no patchiness, no poor pigmentation and no disappointments unlike the Night And Day Palette. This is a seriously warm toned palette, which is to be expected with a name like Bronze Glow, but don’t buy this palette if warm toned shades aren’t your thing.
Strangely enough, almost every one of the ten shades translate so much bolder and more vivid on the eyes (and in swatches) than they look in the palette. The second shade on the second row looks like a pretty, warm toned brown in the palette but it’s a straight up paprika orange.
I applied it as a crease shade and looked like a walking packet of Wotsits, so I had to remove my eye makeup and start again as in all honesty, I looked hideous. I’m sad there are no duochrome shades in this palette, as that’s what I loved in the Night and Day Palette, but it’s a pretty, very warm toned palette nonetheless and I’ll feature the Nude on Nude Palette very soon….
You can find the Revolution Pro Colour Focus Bronzed Glow Eyeshadow Palette right here.
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