Sunday, 3 February 2019



So I know that it has been a very long time since I have uploaded a blog post - in fact it has been over two months and I just want to say a big sorry for really not keeping up with my blog. I am planning on writing a whole blog post about where I have been and why I have not been able to upload on my blog for a while (which will be coming in the next couple of weeks). However, I am back and ready to carry on blogging and reviewing makeup, as well as expanding this blog to other categories. This was a blog post that I was planning on uploading a month ago, but I am only just getting round to writing it now. But, as both products are still in stock, I thought I can still upload my review as I have been using them for the last couple of months.

Revolution Beauty is a brand that I have only come to love in the last year or so; I used to buy their products because they were not as expensive but I never ended up wearing them. They would usually just sit in my makeup drawers and I would never find myself reaching for them. However, in the last year Revolution Beauty have really stepped up their game and the products that they are bringing out are amazing quality and are products that I reach for time and time again. In fact, I have mentioned this brand multiple times in the last year because I love their products.

Recently, Revolution Beauty just keep on bringing out new products and collaborations - I feel like there has been so many collaborations recently. Many of them I have not purchased because they just looked like palettes that I already own but when I saw these palettes with Imogenation (or Imogen Hudson), I knew I wanted to get my hands of both palettes. I will admit that I did not have a clue who Imogen was and I do not watch her YouTube channel but these palettes are stunning. 

The eyeshadow palette was released with 20 eyeshadows and then the Highlight to the Moon palette was released which has 9 contour and highlight powders in. Both the eyeshadow palette and the highlighting palette retail for £10 each (a bargain in my eyes). They can be purchased from Revolution BeautySuperdrug and BeautyBay.

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