Sunday, 21 December 2014

*Makeup Revolution Haul/review.

Hello everyone. Today I have a Make up Revolution Haul/review post for you today and I thought this post would give you inspiration for products you might want to buy as christmas stocking presents etc as they are really affordable and some are really good dupes of other well known brands.

Firstly I'll start off by talking about the I Heart Makeup, I heart definition in Fair. This is very similar to the sleek face form palettes and is half the price. This palette has a nice contour and blush shade but the highlight isn't the best but for the price you can't really complain. It is very compact and is great for on the go. This can be bought here for £4.99.

The next product I will talk about is the Makeup Revolution Focus and Fix Eyebrow Shaping Kit which I actually really love. There are a lot of eyebrow products out at the moment and I had already tried a few other kits from different brands such as Beauty UK. However this was such a difference and it didn't make my brows look too dark or too light when applying. It is a very compact set which is what I like and it is so travel friendly. At £2.50 it is such a bargain and I would really recommend this product. This is the shade light - medium.

We now move onto the Makeup Revolution liquid concealer which is an okay concealer. I'd say it isn't as good as my Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer however it is quite creamy and is okay for a light, natural look. It isn't that great for coverage but it isn't the worst concealer I have ever tried and for £1.50 - it is a bargain! This is in the shade natural.

This product is the Makeup Revolution Pure Pigments and this is in the shade Indirect.  These are also known as eye dusts. I have never tried pigments before so I didn't really know what to expect although all I knew was; they had to be really pigmented. This was a huge disappointment. It isn't that pigmented and I couldn't even really see this shade when I applied it, even when I applied a lot. The packaging is so messy and you can't really get the pigment out - I had to make the holes bigger and still the product didn't come out very well. I wouldn't recommend this product. These retail for £1.

The last product I have to tell you about is the makeup revolution lipstick in 100% vamp which I used in my halloween look here. This is quite  nice colour. I wouldn't say it's very me but it is good for fancy dress (most people would probably wear this colour) I'm just a neutral kind of girl. It was quite drying on the lips and didn't look as good as some lipsticks do but for £1, it is still a bargain.

So that is all of my Makeup Revolution review/haul for you! I would like to thank the lovely people at Makeup Revolution for sending me these products to review.

Have you tried any of these products?

*DISCLAIMER: These products were sent for review purposely only, all views and opinions are my own and are 100% honest.

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