The Revolution Neon Heat Dynamic Face Palette launched as part of the Revolution Neon Heat Summer collection back in July, as part of three face palette duos within the collection. I chose the lightest of the three palettes on offer; Scorched Rose, and keep on reading to find out my thoughts on the blush and highlighter duo.
Revolution Neon Heat Dynamic Face Palette
“Serving you Summer Festival vibes all year round with Neon Heat … It really is too hot to handle!
With a gorgeous warm-toned blush and stunning, shimmery highlighter, the Dynamic Face Palette will soon become your new go-to palette for the ultimate summer glow. With a warm toned brown blusher and bronzy gold highlighter, Scorched Rose is perfect for Dark to Deeper skin tones.“
The Revolution Neon Heat Dynamic Face Palette is £6.99, and at the time of writing this post, it’s actually on sale for £3.50, which is amazing, and I’d highly recommend snapping it up whilst it’s on sale.
It’s a beautiful tin style palette, with a marble pink, purple and orange design, and inside the palette you get a powder blusher and highlighter. They’re large pans too, with each pan housing 5g of product, with a total of 10g across the two powders, which is amazing for under £7.
The Revolution Neon Heat Dynamic Face Palette features the prettiest pale apricot matte blusher, which is so perfect for pale skin tones like mine. It’s a really unique shade, and the only shade which I have in my collection, which is slightly similar is the Revolution Reloaded Blusher in Peaches, but even that’s more pink, whereas this shade is more orange.
With the highlighter, it’s a pale warm toned pale gold, and it has one of the nicest and smoothest highlighter formulas I’ve tried from Revolution. It’s such a flattering highlighter, and both the highlighter and blusher work beautifully on the eyes too, as an eyeshadow duo. For under £7 it’s such a pretty palette, and the fact it’s now £3.50 in the sale, is amazing.
You can find the Revolution Neon Heat Dynamic Face Palette right here.