Revolution Frost Powder Matte Lipstick Review / Swatches
I raved about the Revolution Powder Matte Lipstick in the shade Naked, here on my blog a year ago, and I decided to purchase a few more shades after enjoying the formula so much.
Revolution are forever launching new products, it’s hard to keep up with their ‘older’ launches, as there’s such a massive emphasis on the new products. However, there are so many gems within their existing product range, and the Powder Matte Lipstick collection is the perfect example of that.
Revolution Frost Powder Matte Lipstick
“Matte is back! This time, we’ve created the Powder Matte Lipstick collection of crushed velvet shades. Whether you’re a fan of more natural nude tones, or you want to make lips pop with bright reds, fab fuchsias and bangin’ berries – we’ve got the lot.
The rose gold case is so chic, they’ll become part of your handbag essentials – day or night!
Cruelty free and vegan.“
The Revolution Frost Powder Matte Lipstick is one shade twelve shades available, and they’re just £5 each. There are a good range of shades to choose from, with a selection of nudes, pinks, reds and berry tones.
The lipstick packaging is so sleek for a £5 lipstick, with a rose coloured matte finish to the casing and a colour co-ordinated ring around the centre. On the centre ring, there’s an ‘R’ round disc which is a nice extra touch, and it really doesn’t look or feel like a £5 lipstick.
The lipstick bullet does have a velvet effect which looks remarkably similar to the Huda Beauty Power Matte Lipsticks, and the fact that these lipsticks are called the Revolution Powder Matte Lipstick – it’s clear that’s no coincidence.
I’ve never tried the Huda Beauty Power Matte Lipsticks, so I can’t comment on whether they’re similar in terms of formula but for £5 they’re well worth a try if you have been dying to try the Huda lipsticks.
Just like the shade Naked, the Revolution Frost Powder Matte Lipstick has a creamy, smooth formula which glides across the lips with no tugging, and is opaque in just two swipes. Naked is more of a brown toned nude, whereas Frost is much pinker. If I had to name a lipstick which would be comparable to Frost, I think it would have to be MAC Peach Blossom, and for £5, it’s such a great lipstick formula.
You can find the Revolution Frost Powder Matte Lipstick right here.
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