Today I have a review of one of the awesome new products from Makeup Revolution! If you haven’t heard of Makeup revolution they’re a brand new makeup company taking the beauty world by storm! They’ve only been up and running since March and already have over 300 products on offer from only £1!
I have the What You Waiting For? Salvation Eyeshadow Palette. This is one of five, brand new and limited edition palettes! The packaging is clean and slick looking, with a glossy black finish and gold lettering. And at £6 for 18 eyeshadows, this couldn’t really be much cheaper! 33p per eyeshadow is a pretty good deal really!
If you were to purchase all the palettes in this collection, it would cost you just £30. Just think about it, £30 for NINETY eyeshadows! WOW!
Anyway, let’s get back on track! Each Salvation palette consists of 12 complimentary shimmer shades and 6 matte shades. The shadows in the What You Waiting For? palette are all easy-to-wear, neutral colours. I also love that all the shadows are named, which is often not the case with budget cosmetics. The Gwen Stefani theme gets a big thumbs up from me!
Now on to some swatches! The shimmer shadows are simply fabulous. I cannot fault them. I sat round my mums house photographing and then swatching the palette, and as soon as I felt the smoothness of the eyeshadows I literally said ‘Wow!’ out loud, and had to show my mum! The shimmers at gorgeous, pigmented and super buttery soft. I think my preconceptions of budget makeup made my expectations on the low side. But once again Makeup Revolution have impressed me! (I have another purple themed Makeup Revolution review post if you want to check that out!)
Here are some swatches of the first row of shadows – I’m afraid my pictures don’t express just how pigmented these are!
The second row of shimmer shadows probably contains my favourites out of this palette, I’m in love with Scary Conversation (gold) and Now It’s Only Me (light nude pink) These really caught my eye as they’re so shimmery, they have almost a metallic finish!
The matte shadows I have to say were not as exciting as the shimmers, they were slightly on the chalky side but they still weren’t bad at all!
I am so impressed with this palette, and it’s only £6! I can’t believe it! I would definitely highly recommend it! So what do you think? Will you be snapping up one of the Salvation Palettes?
I hope you enjoyed my post!