Revolution has launched yet another sister brand; Planet Revolution, and the Planet Revolution Revolutionary Marble Eyeshadow Palette Collection is just one product range within the new thirty product collection.
We only just saw the launch of the Relove By Revolution sister brand, and now we have another, except Planet Revolution is different to any of their other brands, as it’s all about clean beauty formulas and eco-friendly packaging.
“Want to help save the planet whilst looking amazing? We’ve got you covered with the Planet Revolution Revolutionary Shadow Palettes. Meet clean formula shadows with amazing colour pay-off. Oh, and did we mention being the world’s first recyclable palette? Here’s how…
Manufactured from Fibreform™, which is made from wood pulp, the material has the feel of plastic but can be composted or biodegraded after use. Simply click-out the keepsake mirror and dispose of the Fibreform palette and FSC™ card packaging in your recycling bin or home composter
. The creamy mattes, silky shimmers and soft foils formula of the shadows are clean, vegan and pack an astonishing punch. Only essential ingredients are used.“
Why is the Planet Revolution Revolutionary Marble Eyeshadow Palette Collection ‘revolutionary’?
- The world’s first recyclable palette!
- Made from Fibreform™ – which means the palette can be completely composted or biodegraded after use
- Clean formula shadows – only essential ingredients have been used
- Intense pay off in every format: creamy mattes, soft shimmers and high-shine foils
- Vegan and cruelty-free
The Planet Revolution Revolutionary Marble Eyeshadow Palette Collection includes six different palettes, and they’re £18 / $22 each. Each of the palettes contains ten powder shadows, including eight narrow, rectangular shaped pans, and two larger rectangular pans.
Pricing wise, the Planet Revolution Revolutionary Marble Eyeshadow Palette Collection is pricier compared to the brand’s other palettes, but the packaging would be a lot more expensive to produce and manufacture compared to their typical plastic palettes.
Revolution has a video on their website, showing how you’d recycle the palette by popping the mirror out of the lid, and it’s a really cool concept. I really like the marble print design on the palettes, and the marble shades look pretty.
I think it’s really admirable that Revolution has created such an eco-conscious sister brand. Most beauty launches utilise plastic or other packaging materials which aren’t always recyclable, so to have a mainstream drugstore brand create something that’s kinder on the planet, really is amazing, and the six new palettes are available right now.