If you watch a lot of beauty TikTok videos, like myself, you’ll have seen many Revolution Creator Revolution competition videos in your feed. Revolution ran a massively popular TikTok based competition, which has racked up over 5 billion views collectively, with thousands of entries from talented makeup addicts.
Revolution Creator Revolution Collection
The Revolution Creator Revolution competition involved three different rounds, where entrants had to create a makeup transformation video on TikTok for the following themes; Glam Glow Up, Sink Or Swim and Hidden Talent, followed by rounds featuring the finalists.
To celebrate the competition, the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection has been created to showcase twelve new products, all of which were featured as part of the Creator Revolution beauty competition.
Revolution first revealed this collaboration back at the start of July, and we didn’t hear anything else about it, until today, as it’s now officially launched, with the twelve products ranging in price from £5 to £20.
“Inspired by the biggest beauty competition TikTok has ever seen … #CreatorRevolution 5+ billion video views … Thousands of entries … Are you ready to transform your look with Creator Revolution? The ultimate collection for beauty creators!“
Let’s take a look at every single product within the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection…
Kicking off the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, we have the Revolution Creator Revolution Ring Light Mirror, and the Revolution Creator Revolution Artist Pigment Pot Set.
The Revolution Creator Revolution Artist Loose Pigment Pot Set is £18, and the set includes five super brightly coloured loose pigments. We’ve never really seen Revolution delve into the world of loose pigments, so it’s nice to see something so different.
Loose pigments aren’t for everyone, but if you use a mixing medium (like the Mehron Mixing Liquid), they’re so much easier to use. I feel like Revolution really missed a massive opportunity, in that they didn’t create a mixing liquid to go alongside these pigments, but maybe that’s something they could launch in the future?
This five-piece Revolution Creator Revolution Collection loose pigment set includes five finely milled loose pigments in the following colours; purple, coral, blue, pink and yellow, and each of the five pots contain 0.8g of pigment inside.
The Revolution Creator Revolution Ring Light Mirror is £20, and is a rectangular makeup mirror, with six small LED light-up bulbs on both the right and left side of the mirror. I think Revolution should’ve included the dimensions of the mirror on their website, as it’s not a ring light.
On the box it shows bulbs all the way around the outside of the mirror, but we can clearly see there’s only bulbs on the two sides of the mirror, so you won’t get the ‘ring light’ effect like you would with a ring light, as ring lights are lit up in a solid circle to light up the face.
This mirror looks more like a makeup mirror, with the added benefit of a few bulbs, so you can get a better look of your makeup. There is also no mention whatsoever if this mirror is a battery operated portable mirror, or if it needs to be plugged in, and used via the mains. Revolution need to include more information about the mirror on the website, as it’s £20, and people need to know what they’re buying.
Next in the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, are two amazing water activated eyeliner palettes. We’ve seen hydra liners from indie brands for a few years now, so it’s amazing to see a mainstream drugstore brand create an accessible yet affordable option.
The Revolution Creator Revolution Collection includes the Revolution Creator Revolution Hydra Pigment Palette in Pastel Dream, and the Revolution Creator Revolution Hydra Pigment Palette in Bright Lights. With one palette featuring muted pastels, and the other is all about the bold tones.
Within each of the two Revolution Creator Revolution Collection Hydra Pigment Palettes, you get eight large pans of water activated liners, and they’re £10 each. You can mix shades together, and £10 is an amazing price for such large pans, and the collection even includes the perfect brush set to use with the liners…..
Next up in the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, is the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection Precision Paint Eye Brush Set, which is £10 and includes three dual-ended brushes to help you create the most intricate of makeup looks.
“Ready to take your makeup skills to the next level? EYE see you, girl! Introducing the Revolution Creator Precision Eye Brush Set. This 3 pack brush set contains 2 dual-ended detailer brushes and 1 dual-ended fine liner brush.
The possibilities are endless with this set, but we recommend using the detailer brushes to apply, blend and define your poppin’ eye shadow look and using the liner brush to precisely apply cream, gel & liquid liners!“
This three-pack of dual-ended liners, give you the finest of eyeliner brushes, as well as angled brushes, which can all be used with either or both of the hydra liner palettes. It’s such a great set, and £10 for essentially six brushes, is such a great price, and they’d work with any brand’s hydra liner formulas too.
The next item in the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, is the one product from the collection I’m underwhelmed by. It’s the Revolution Artist Face Jewels Set, which is £5 and basically includes plastic ‘jewel’ stickers.
I never see anyone ever using stickers like this on TikTok, so they feel a bit random and disconnected from everything else in the collection. But, if you decided you to want to wear stickers on your face, you can find lots on eBay for under £2 (like these), with every colour and design you could possibly imagine.
Next in the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, is a product which definitely makes sense, and is something which will very much be extremely popular, and it’s the Revolution Creator Revolution Show Stopper Lash Book.
This is an amazing set of eight pairs of faux mink effect false lashes, made with synthetic fibres. It’s such a fantastic set, and includes eight different styles of lash from wispy every day lashes, to full on dramatic lashes.
This lash book is £20, which works out at being £2.50 per lash pair, which is great value, and the lashes all look so beautiful. It doesn’t look like this lash book comes with lash glue, but worry not, Revolution sell lash glue separately right here, for just £5.
Would it be a Revolution collection without an eyeshadow palette? Well, the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection features two palettes, and it was the palettes which were initially sneak peeked back in early July. In addition to the two eyeshadow palettes, there’s obviously the two aforementioned liner palettes too.
The Revolution Creator Revolution Collection includes the following two palettes;
- Revolution Creator Revolution Limitless Eyeshadow Palette in Nude Reign
- Revolution Creator Revolution Limitless Eyeshadow Palette in Royal Colour
The first palette is Nude Reign, and this palette looks absolutely gorgeous. It gives me fall / autumn vibes, as well as reminding me of the Natasha Denona Lila Palette too. I definitely want this palette, and love how the palette is split into neutrals on one side, and then berry and purple tones on the other.
The Royal Colour Palette, is much more colourful, like the name suggests. However, it’s more of a pastel bright palette, which looks beautiful. Again, the palette has been designed in two halves, with warm tones on one side of the palette, and cool tones on the other half, and it’s beautiful.
Next in the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, is the Creator Revolution Makeup Fixing Spray 100ml £8. The packaging of this setting spray is identical to the Revolution Hydrate & Fix Setting Spray, except it’s got a black label.
Although this setting spray is £1 more expensive. The ingredients are different, so if you don’t already own the Revolution Hydrate & Fix Setting Spray, it might be worth giving the Creator Revolution Makeup Fixing Spray a try.
The Revolution Creator Revolution Collection also includes the Creator Revolution Super Base Eye Primer, which is £8 and contains 7.5ml of product. It’s a nude coloured, pigmented eyeshadow primer, to help you prolong the longevity of your eyeshadow, as well as helping your shadows to pop on the lid.
Then the very last product within the Revolution Creator Revolution Collection, is the Creator Revolution Brow Block Glue, which contains 12g of product, and is £6. This is something new and exciting for Revolution, and claims to effortlessly stick down and smooth the brow hairs, which isn’t a product the average makeup user might have a need for.
However, it’s perfect for those that like to create more artistic makeup looks, and there’s nothing like this currently available from any drugstore brands, so it’s exciting to see Revolution create one so affordably.
So that’s the entire Revolution Creator Revolution Collection. I particularly like the look of the two eyeshadow palettes, and the two hydra liner palettes, as they’re all so beautiful, and the entire collection is available right now.
Hi, my name is Gemma, and I’m the owner of MakeupMuddle.com. I’m a true beauty obsessive, and love writing about anything to do with beauty. In addition to Makeup Muddle, I also own GemmaEtc.com, and love sharing my thoughts and feelings about the greatest (and not so great) beauty products!