The two Revolution Pro Goddess Glow Eye Quads launched back in August, as part of a gorgeous Goddess Glow collection, with amazing leopard print packaging, and a super luxe aesthetic.
Revolution Pro is my favourite sister brand of Revolution, which I say an awful lot, but it’s true, so of course, I had to try both of the Revolution Pro Goddess Glow Eye Quads.
“For Ultimate Goddess Glam eyes, look no further than the Revolution Pro Goddess Glow Eye Quads.
Four highly pigmented and blendable shades suitable for any skin tone, encased in stunning copper and tortoise shell effect packaging.
The creamy, foil like formula glides on smoothly and will have your eyes sparkling for hours. In a handy on-the-go size with mirror, this palette is the perfect luxury addition to your makeup collection.“
The Revolution Pro Goddess Glow Eye Quads are £10 / $15 each, and they have the prettiest packaging I’ve ever seen from any of the Revolution brands. One of the quads has a rippled glittery molten lava effect on the lid, and the other quad has almost a tortoiseshell effect.
I feel like the packaging is something you’d expect to see on a Charlotte Tilbury counter. The quads look and feel so luxe, and it’s hard to believe they’re only £10 each.
Once you lift the lid, you get four powder shadows, each of which feature a starburst design on the pan. Even the metallic casing of the quads is a pretty bronze colour, and the starburst design doesn’t disappear the second you dip your brushes into them either, which I appreciate.
All four shades are super shimmery, with an almost foil effect on the lids. They’re beautifully pigmented, with a little golden sparkle in all four shades.
The second of the Revolution Pro Goddess Glow Eye Quads is the Sunkissed Quad, which is cooler toned and a little less sparkly than the Golden Hour Quad. This is my favourite quad from the two in the collection, with a pale champagne, warm toned bronze, chocolate brown and a red toned brown.
I can’t believe how pigmented and pretty these palettes are. They could honestly be highend eyeshadow palettes, both in packaging and formula. I so hope there will be more quads in this collection, in the same formula, as they’re amazing for £10 / $15 each.
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