If you haven't already heard about Makeup Revolution (let's face it, you probably have!) they are the latest budget beauty brand and they really are causing a storm in the beauty world with some products rivalling high end counterparts for a fraction of the price. I was kindly sent some products from them so watch out over the next week for my other reviews.
The palette comes in a rose gold box which is sort of mirrored but looks very cheap and gets so mucky with fingerprints. The palette itself is a sleek black and really sturdy and inside it houses a large mirror.
As you probably know, I only tend to wear natural shades of eyeshadow so the Flawless palette is perfect for me. The palette has satin, matte and a few shimmery eyeshadows in it, and while the formula of the satin shades is perfect, the matte and shimmery shades are extremely chalky. All of the shades have names, which I love but it also makes the palette so much easier to talk about!
L-R Top row: Silver Smoke, Blue Stars, Black Tie, Night
Bottom Row: Brew, Cheerless, Tarnish, Cafe Noir
L-R Top Row: Unlimited, Gold Digger, Darkest Shimmer, Green Stars
Bottom Row: Angel, Golden Night, Medal, Burgundy Night
L-R Top Row: Highlight, Lowlight, Copper Shimmer, Molten Chocolate
Bottom Row: Buff, Barely Pink, Universal, Red Night
Top to bottom. Left: Raw, Shimmer Heat, Uncover, Soft Glow
Right: Pure Chocolate, Smudge, Almost There, Paper
Paper is probably the most disappointing shadow as it doesn't even show when applied to the eyes. I love Silver Smoke, it doesn't look anything special in the pan but is translates as a beautiful gun metal shade. I also love all of the pinky toned shades and basically all of the eyeshadows. There are some very unique colours in this palette including Molten Chocolate which is brown with red shimmer in it. They last well throughout the day with a primer underneath them. At only £8 this is definitely worth picking up and I would definitely recommend it and as long as you don't have high expectations for the matte shades I think it makes a great palette. At the moment Makeup Revolution are an online store only but they are going to be in Superdrug stores fairly soon!
Have you tried anything from Makeup Revolution?