Today saw the launch of a whole new Revolution Pro collection. The Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette is one product from a four piece collection, with everything having edgy ‘rockstar’ inspired packaging.
In addition to this Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette, there’s another palette, a liquid liner and also eight shades of eyeliner pencil too, all of which have launched on the Revolution website.
Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette
The Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette is one of two palettes, and the other palette on offer is called Noir, which features deeper smokier tones compared to this one.
“Unleash your inner rockstar! The Revolution Pro Rockstar Shadow Palette Nude Edition is the perfect palette for those gorgeous subtle glam looks.
It includes a selection of buttery soft pink and nude tones and glistening copper and brown pigments. Encased in beautiful cream and gold quilted packaging this palette is the ultimate luxury addition to your eyeshadow collection.“
The Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette is housed within cardboard packaging, with a raised pyramid design which carries through to the eyeshadows too.
It looks like this palette contains four pressed glitters, and these four shades don’t have the raised pyramid design. I’m so over pressed glitters in eyeshadow palettes, as they’re not eye safe anyway.
I wish brands would just create a glitter palette, so those that want glitter can purchase them, rather than putting a handful in each palette. It’s always interesting to see comments on Instagram whenever a brand launches an eye palette with pressed glitters, as they’re not popular, but alas, they’re still featuring in nearly every palette launch lately.
The Revolution Pro Rockstar Nude Edition Eyeshadow Palette contains some really pretty nude shades, and these swatches look lovely. It is priced at £14.99 which surprised me for a cardboard palette containing eighteen shades.
I don’t think it’s a palette I’d pay £15 for, however Revolution do have a great deal on their site right now, allowing you to purchase them both for £20 which definitely has me tempted, as £10 each is great!
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