A small while back I purchased a few palettes from Makeup Revolution online. Some of them included blush, some eyeshadow, so today I wanted to show you guys my favourite eyeshadow palette.
The packaging is like the usual with Makeup Revolution, black, reflective, the golden letters and their brand name saying what the palette is (eyeshadow, blush) under it. You guys already know I love this packaging and this palette was actually easy to open! I guess my first Ultra 32 palette had a slight opening malfunction, but this one has been doing fine so far.
When you open the palette, you get to see a film paper with the names on there which I like to keep on for reference in eye looks and YouTube tutorials. Under there, you can find 32 gorgeous shades. When I first opened this palette in the car, I just had to swatch them because to me they looked so foily and nice. I’m glad to tell you guys some of them do actually have a nice foily-like finish! Which actually makes me really happy. The palette contains a mix of foil-like shades, shimmers, mattes, glittery shades and everything you could possibly want from a palette!
One thing about this palette, is that I was missing a transition colour. Choc! is what I use as a transition colour as of right now, in small amounts because of the glitter in there, but I would have loved to see some matte transition colours for in the crease. Then again, the Flawless Matte palette is full of such shades, but not everybody buys a palette just for that reason.
I love all of the colours in there, there are some interesting shades like Award which is a gorgeous light gold and Green Envy which is a gorgeous green shade that I have yet to use in a tutorial or eye look as of yet, but I certainly will! The colours feel quite soft and pigmented and I think these are just the same quality you would find in a higher and product.
This palette cost me just €10, so for that price I would run to your local SuperDrug or go online to get these! They are definitely worth your money and you get 32 gorgeous, pigmented and mainly soft shades in there.