After my new start, by bringing back me time (you can read all about it in my last post), I’m back with a review that has been open on my laptop, half-written for the last two months…
Eyeshadow palettes tend to be one of the grander more luxe products on the market, with their smart packaging and selection of shades and finishes. That’s why it doesn’t come as a surprise that they are on the pricier side of makeup products, averaging a price of £39 and skyrocketing from there, with Natasha Denona palettes as much as £111! If high-end makeup isn’t your thing, and you don’t feel you can legitimise a pricy purchase on shadows you might wear once, the Revolution Trends Mischief Maker (£8) palette from their Pro Regeneration range is the answer to your makeup needs.
The affordable eyeshadow palette has a range of sassy named shades which can be used to create sooo many looks!
- Bronzy glam
- Aqua vibes
- Smoky purple looks
- Pinky/coral bright looks
- And sooo many more!
Primarily metal shades, but there are some mattes (including a brown and a black) which can be used to smoke out any look. Considering the range of shades, I feel their fairly wearable and aren’t too garish like some popular rainbow palettes on the market.-No hate, it’s just not my vibe.
The pigmentation isn’t the same level as the intense power my Huda Beauty Rose Gold Remastered palette (£52) has, but for under a tenner this palette is REALLY good.
A versatile all rounder, this palette is my latest budget beauty gem!
What’s your favourite palette? Are you a fan of Makeup Revolution too?- Thanks for reading!