Makeup Revolution Haul

Makeup Revolution HaulPIN IT

There have been a few things that Makeup Revolution have released recently that I’ve really wanted to pick-up, but I’m never near a Superdrug, so when I saw there was a voucher code for 20% off a couple of weeks ago, I thought I’d take advantage and try some of the new arrivals.  I ended up buying five things; three palettes and two tools.

Makeup Revolution Palettes HaulPIN IT

The first palette is the Corrector Palette which I reviewed recently here.  I bought another as I’ve hit pan on the yellow and green shades, and as it’s something I use every time I wear make-up, I thought I should stock-up.  It’s a total star of a palette with correcting colours for every issue, plus it’s a mega bargain at £6 here -link. The second palette is the one I’ve wanted for quite some time, which is the Ultra Contour Palette, a collection of eight contouring powders.  I’ve got quite a few cream-based contour products, but as I’m wearing a higher coverage foundation recently I wanted to invest in something powder-based to go on top, and I’ve been coveting this one for a while.  It’s £8 here – link.

Makeup Revolution PalettesPIN IT

The next palette is the one that started my need to put together a haul, which is the New-Trals vs Neutrals Palette.  I love berry shades for the eye, as if done right, they can look absolutely amazing – especially on blue eyes as the warmer tones make the blue colour pop.  This is a lovely collection of various different berry-leaning shades, alongside some more nude colours with the inclusion of a great, neutral brown base colour at the top.  I’m going to enjoy having a play with this gorgeous palette, so I’ll follow-up with a review soon.  Its here for £6.99 – link.

Makeup Revolution Haul SpongePIN IT

Finally on to the extras, starting with the Pro Cleanse Brush Tool, which will hopefully speed up the brush cleaning process, which let’s face it, is a bit of a faff.  There are some very expensive brush cleaner type products like this, so I’m hoping this’ll be just as effective – chances are it will be and it’s £4.99 here – link.  There are three sponges in the Makeup Revolution range, a soft, a hard and a Pro Blend.  I went for the Soft Advanced Complexion Expert Sponge and I have to say, quality-wise it feels so much like the Beauty Blender that I think I’ll be investing in the other sponges soon to compare.  The soft and hard sponges are £5.99 and the Pro Blend is £4.99, and you can find the soft one here – link.

*Purchased by me

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3 Comments

  • Claire L
    December 1, 2015

    Great haul! I like the look of the New-trals to Neutrals palette, pretty colours x

    • Sascha
      Claire L
      December 16, 2015

      Thanks so much! That palette is addictive as it’s so fun to play around with – I’ll be posting more about it soon xx

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