I shared a few of the newest Revolution launches with you this week, and today I have another; the Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette. The Revolution Pro range is the brand’s more ‘professional’ quality sister brand, with elevated prices and more luxe packaging.
The Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette is one of three new eighteen pan palettes they’ve launched this week, alongside the New Neutrals Smoked Palette and New Neutrals Passion Palette.
Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette
The Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette is part of the New Neutral Collection, and is packed with and ‘indulgent array of champagnes, blush pinks, and warm neutrals’ with 18 beautiful shades. The shades include matte, reflective, pearl and glitter pigments in a gold, metallic leopard print effect cardboard design palette.
MICA, TALC, HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE, DIMETHICONE, CALCIUM ALUMINUM BOROSILICATE, MAGNESIUM STEARATE, SILICA, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRAISOSTEARATE, POLYETHYLENE, PTFE, PHENOXYETHANOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, TIN OXIDE, CI 77891 (TITANIUM DIOXIDE), CI 77499 (IRON OXIDES), CI 77491 (IRON OXIDES). (Shades do differ depending on their finish)
The Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette is £12 and is one of four palettes in the Revolution Pro New Nude Collection. The New Neutral Palette launched when Revolution Pro did and isn’t new, but the three new palettes are the Blushed Palette, Passion Palette and Smoked Palette. All four palettes contain eighteen shades, and this palette contains a mixture of powder and pressed glitter eyeshadows.
Their original New Nude Palette was a copy of the Huda Beauty New Nude Palette, and the names aren’t even any different, so I’m unsure how they got away with it. The layout of the shades are identical, but the packaging is slightly different.
The original palette must have been popular for them to go ahead and launch three more as part of the series. The packaging across the four palettes is similar, with cardboard packaging featuring a metallic leopard print design – and this palette has a blush pink hue.
The Revolution Pro New Neutrals Blushed Shadow Palette doesn’t appear to be a dupe for anything from the shades, but if you can think of a dupe, please let us know. The shades in this palette are a lot more bold, and there’s some really pretty duochrome finishes too.
£12 is quite pricey for a drugstore eyeshadow palette, but it is part of their Revolution Pro range, which tends to mean a slightly better formula but if the price puts you off, I’d recommend waiting until Superdrug next do one of their 3 for 2 deals to save some money.