Makeup Revolution are a global company that develops and manufactures brands for the cosmetics, skincare and haircare industry. The aim -to deliver exciting high quality products at affordable prices, with worldwide availability. Plus a massive extra thing is they are 100% cruelty free which is great at this time of life.
Makeup Revolution trades under an umbrella company called TAM Beauty which is also the umbrella for many other companies you may have heard of such as Freedom Makeup and Makeup Obsession.
You may have seen my post reviewing some of their brow products before, however, this is more of a review of the company and products generally.
Now one of the products that Makeup Revolution has become pretty famous for are the Makeup Revolution palettes. They range from £4 to £10 and are extremely good value for money. The different kinds of Makeup Revolution eyeshadow palettes include matte shades of eyeshadow, gorgeous shimmer shades, various tones of neutral, and everything in between. They have also crammed in some blush and concealer palettes too. The most popular Makeup Revolution palette, has to be Makeup Revolution’s collaboration with the popular beauty blogger BritishBeautyBlogger. This is the Fortune Favours The Brave palette which retails for £9.99. The palette houses thirty gorgeous shades of various glitters and matte with a few shimmers too. This palette is truly one for everyones stocking this year.
As you can see my haul consists of the Brow Pomade, Pressed Powder, Ultra Brow Arch and Shape, Focus and Fix Concealer and the Revoholics Cheeks Palette. The Limited Edition palette actually comes free when you spend £10 or more in Superdrug right now.
One item i have not tried, of which i am desperate, is the oval brushes, they truly look perfect!
Makeup Revolution are definitely the cheaper end of the market. On average Makeup Revolution are a tenth of the price of Mac and Bobbi Brown, but, they are not a tenth of the quality. The highly pigmented palettes and the wearability are very impressive for the price. Budget beauty brands often aim at younger girls, who, naturally have less disposable income. But in this case it really is suitable for all age groups.
Have you tried any products from Makeup Revolution?