Revolution has a whole host of Forever Flawless Palettes now, and the eyeshadow palette range all come in chunky metal tin packaging. I bought the Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette when Superdrug had a 3 for 2 deal on, and I didn’t look at swatches ahead of purchase, which is something I never really do.
Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette
I’ve had mixed experiences whenever Revolution create a tin palette; like the awful I’m Shook Palette, but as the Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette was my ‘free’ item, it wasn’t a risk if I didn’t like the palette either.
The Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette is £12, and is packaged within a super heavy, tin with a pink themed agate effect design. It does look really pretty, and the shades inside the palette complement the colour of the packaging, but they really are very chunky, heavy palettes. I’d much prefer a standard plastic, or cardboard palette as they’re easier to store, especially if you own a lot of palettes!
“Look and feel flawless with the Forever Flawless Allure Palette. With 18 matte, shimmer and marbled pressed glitter eyeshadows, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
With an array of neutrals, warm rust hues and deep glossy berries it’s the perfect palette to create a rich smoky eye.
Use soft nude sensation as a base across the lid, blend in risky and suave shades with an eyeshadow brush and deepen along the eye socket with plum nymph. Add highlights of the two-tone glitter shades in flaunt and sinner and the shimmering particles will illuminate the eyes to make them seriously pop!”
The Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette appealed to me as it contained multiple marble effect shades. Looking at this palette, it looks quite similar to the Huda Beauty New Nude Palette.
I wouldn’t say this palette was a dupe by any means, as the quality isn’t the same, the shades aren’t the same, but you still get the same cool toned, mauve colour story which is very pretty, and there are no glitter eyeshadow shades.
If you swatched the shades in this palette, and applied them to the lids, without looking at the packaging, you’d never guess it was a drugstore palette. The formula doesn’t rival Huda Beauty’s eyeshadow formula, but this palette has better quality than some MAC, theBalm and NARS palettes I own. For £12, it’s a beautiful palette, and I would definitely try more from the Forever Flawless collection.
You can find the Revolution Allure Forever Flawless Eyeshadow Palette right here.
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