Brand Crush: Makeup Revolution

A few weeks ago, I took a trip into town for some essentials. While picking up some mouthwash in Superdrug, I naturally wandered over to the beauty stands for a "look" (read: haul post coming soon!) Having used Arbonne and only Arbonne for so long, I'm very out of touch with brands available on the high street these days so I love having a look to see what's on offer at the moment. One brand in partiuclar that has piqued my interest is Makeup Revolution. Although it's a super affordable brand, its products seem good quality and the types and ranges of products on offer are really great for a budget drugstore brand.

Here are a few of the products I am lusting after:



I'm currently lacking in blushers and I've yet to quite get to grips with contouring, so I've picked products that would enhance my makeup collection nicely, whilst also giving me a chance to practice today's makeup trends.

Ultra Blush Palette Hot Spice
As much as I love bright, vibrant and incredibly pink shades when it comes to blush, they aren't what looks best on my skin tone, sad times! Warm peachy tones on the other hand look fantastic. Makeup Revolution has a selection of gorgeous blusher, bronzing and highlighting palettes on offer and when I saw Hot Spice, I knew it was the one for me. 
 
Ultra Strobe Cream
What even is strobing? I'm not entirely sure, but I know it has to do with gorgeous glowing skin. I'm intrigued by new, non-typical products and I'd love to give this one a try. I'm generally a powder girl but I'm trying to introduce more creams into my routine these days as my skin isn't as oily as it used to be. 

Duo Face Sculpt
I currently have one contour palette, it's a cream highlighter and a powder bronzer! Personally I'd prefer it the other way round, or have both powder, or both cream. The Duo Face Sculpt looks like a great way to give contouring another shot in my beloved powder form. 

The One Contour Stick
Ever since I first discovered the existence of NARS, I've been fascinated by the "Multiple" sticks. However, they're currently a bit out of my budget! This Makeup Revolution would give me the chance to try a cream stick out, and if I don't like it, it's not too much money down the drain!

The One Highlight Stick
Of course, if I was going to purchase the Contour Stick, I'd have to grab the highlight stick as well!

Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette Flawless
While I really do not need an extra 32 eyeshadows in my life, this palette really is a sight to behold. It's full of nice neutral shades and so would provide endless work-appropriate combinations. So yeah, I don't need this, but I certainly want it. It's incredible value for money and has some super pretty shades in it. I think it'd be handy for day to night looks. In my recent mini Superdrug Haul, I actually picked up a different Makeup Revolution eyeshadow palette that is perfect for me, but more about that soon!  

Have you tried Makeup Revolution? What are your favourite products?

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