and today I have some makeup for you! Yup I’ve finally gotten round to including something other than nail polish into my blog and there will be more! So there are no names for these eyeshadows so I’ll just review the palette as a whole and show you all the polishes started from the top right…
Overall, I really enjoy the variety of colours in this palette, there are a few I 100% would never used but that’s just personal preference – such as the bright pink in the 8th row and a couple of the purples – but I would mostly use them all. Application for 90% of the eyeshadows were soft and creamy that went on super smoothly with good colour pay off, however there were a few that were a bit hard and I could barely get the colour to transfer at all! You can probably spot those ones in the swatches: the ones I’ve gone over a few times or the one in the 7th row that you can barely see… Another thing I would say about this is that a few of the neutral colours are VERY similar and why are there like 8 blacks!? Having said that it only cost about £6 so it’s very good for the price.
I usually love Makeup Revolution products and this is no exception, it adds to my handful of smaller palettes and numerous lipsticks from the brand! Unfortunately this isn’t available on the website at the moment but I’m sure it’ll be back because it’s made more than one appearance before. There is an 144 eyeshadow palette which contains more pastel colours than the darker shades featured in this one.