Here is my Best of Makeup Revolution post. I thought I’d share this as I have always liked Makeup Revolution but I have really enjoyed testing out Makeup Revolution this year. I started getting into the brand more in the middle of the year, but towards the end I have been obsessed. I have been following the trending products and collaborations. I have found some holy grail products to show you… and you need them in your makeup collection!
Amazing Setting Spray: I have been using this product the longest and I have repurchased the setting spray 3 times. It is by far my favourite product from Makeup Revolution. Before I tried a high end setting spray, I thought I try a drugstore one to see how I get on, but this one is so good I’ve never got round to trying an expensive setting spray. I have a post dedicated to the setting spray here. The product sprays out nicely and evenly onto your face. It settles well and dries quickly. The product does not settle in blotches like I’ve heard some drugstore ones do. It doesn’t change the appearance of makeup application. When I use this product my makeup lasts all day. I have also tried the oil control alternative, and it works the same. I can’t recommend this setting spray enough and it will only cost you £5!
Pearl Lights Loose Highlighter: I love the idea of a loose highlighter, and I was not disappointed when I used this one. The highlight is super pigmented and blends out well. I usually go for a champagne shades, but this white gold shade looks stunning on the cheeks, it is super flattering. I like the texture, it’s smooth and instantly gives you colour. This product is also just £5!
Soph Eyeshadow Palette: Now this palette is absolutely stunning! It contains many different shades, so the number of looks is endless. There are brown tones, orange/red tones, sparkly golds, greens, purples and a matte black. They blend out well and are pigmented considering the price. The palette costs £10 for 24 eyeshadows which is pretty amazing and I recommend you get your hands on this palette!
Liquid Highlighter: The liquid highlighters from this brand are probably the best from the drugstore. They have beautiful shades. I have the shade bronze gold and it is gorgeous, it is confusing though as it gives me rose gold vibes. The product blends well with a beauty blender, which is my preferred way of applying the product. You get a lot of product in the small tube. I have the Barry M highlighting drops which are around a pound more I think, but they have nothing on these!
Soph Highlighter Palette: How pretty are the shades in this palette, and the packaging? There is something for everyone with this product. The powders are not as pigmented as I like my highlight to be, but it’s fine as you can build them up well (I probably apply a swipe 4 times). So, this makes this palette perfect for the natural looks and for blinding highlight! I sometimes swirl my brush in more than 1 shade and the mix looks pretty! Can you believe this palette is just £8!
Life On The Dancefloor Guest List Palette: The packaging of this eyeshadow palette is the prettiest I’ve ever seen! I mean pink and sparkly? Stunning! I think this palette is limited edition but I may be wrong, it costs just £10. There are soooo many shades in this palette and they all follow a pink colour scheme. Again, the shades are pigmented and blend well. If you want to see swatches of the shades, I have a full review of the palette here.
Sun Kiss Highlighter: I have been using this highlighter everyday at the moment. It must be the most pigmented highlighter I’ve tried from Makeup Revolution. This is the first gold toned highlight I’ve found to suit my skin tone. The name Sun Kiss really does sum up this highlighter. You get so much product in the pan for £5 and the formula is amazing. I don’t have to build this up on the cheeks, even though I always do as I am obsessed with highlight haha!
The stand outs are the Soph collaboration, sun kiss highlighter and the setting spray. I recommend these products if you are wanting to try more from this brand. I hope you have enjoyed my Best of Makeup Revolution post. What are your favourites from the brand?