It’s been a long time since I’ve done a collective haul post. Normally I share individual brands/products separately but I have such a backlog of items to share with you that I thought I would lump them all together! I have items from Pretty Little Palettes, Barry M, Revolution Pro AND Nip + Fab to show you, so let’s crack on.First up we have The Magical One eyeshadow palette from Pretty Little Palettes. It’s made up of 8 fun fantasy-themed shades, with a mixture of shimmers and mattes. This is the first time I’ve tried this brand but I’m impressed with the formulas, which are smooth and glide onto the skin beautifully. My favourite shades are Mermaid and Midnight! There’s 2 other palettes on the website, as well as some face palettes and lip products too. The eyeshadow palettes cost £22 each but they’re currently on a buy one get one free offer – I actually split my order with a friend so it only cost me £11.
Next up, I decided to pick up 2 of the Barry M Crushed Jewels cream eyeshadows in Duvet Day (gold) and Fairytale (copper). Both of these are gorgeous and they obviously apply like a cream but dry down. I can’t wait to incorporate these into a makeup look. These cost £4.99 each and you can buy them from Superdrug, Boots and the Barry M website.
Revolution Beauty has released yet another new line, Revolution Pro, and I decided to try out a few of the products. The Foundation Drops and Foundation Mixers intrigued me, as I struggle to find foundations to match my pale skin. I picked up the foundation in F1, for neutral skin tones, and the mixer in Lightening, which is a very light pink tone. Although, F1 is too dark and too yellow for me by itself, together, they make quite a good colour for me I think! Obviously, it’s customisable and there are 18 shades in the foundation and 4 different types of mixers, which means there’s probably something there for everyone! The formula is lightweight but buildable and has a semi-matte, natural finish to it. The Foundation Drops cost £7 for 25ml and is available at Superdrug and Revolution Beauty, and the Lightening Mixer costs £6, again for 25ml and available at Superdrug and Revolution Beauty. Revolution Beauty currently has an offer on – spend £15 and get The One Million Palette for free, and Superdrug has a 3 for 2 offer running.
The final product I have is the Nip+Fab Blusher Palette in Blushed Brights. I fell in love with these colours as soon as I saw them and took advantage of 50% off Nip+Fab on Pretty Little Thing… although, I ordered both blusher palettes and only received one (with the packaging cracked), and an incorrect item! I got a refund for the original blush palette but obviously, I can’t order it again at the same price… they wouldn’t send a new one out to me! Apart from that being a minor annoyance in a week full of bad customer services, this palette is gorgeous. The blushers are creamy and pigmented and I can’t wait to play with these in summer. 3 of them have a matte finish and the peachy-pink has a slight shimmer to it but nothing to put me off. Normally this palette costs £8.95 but I got it for £4 at the time of purchase.
Some fun products to play with. I only ever use new items once I’ve swatched them because I don’t want to ruin them before I take photos, but not that I’ve shared them with you I can wear them! I hope you find blogs like this useful!