My previous post was a higher end palette, and now I have a beauty of a budget palette; the Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette.
I guarantee you’ll have seen the new Revolution Pro Quads all over Instagram since their launch on Wednesday, as everyone is fawning over them.
They launched six quads in total, but it was the Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette that stole my heart.
Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette
The six quads are all £10 each, and they (obviously) contain four powder eyeshadows. There are some really pretty colour ways, and I’d use them all except the bright blue one.
The new palettes are actually called the Revolution Pro Ultimate Eye Look Palettes on the box, but that name isn’t on their website or on Superdrug.
For £10, your four eyeshadows contain 0.8g of product, so they really aren’t the biggest of shades which is a shame as the compacts are quite big compared to the pan sizes. What makes this particular palette collection so unique, is their ornate embellished lid designs.
Each of the six palettes have a different embellished design and they really are stunning. They’re not the kind of palette you’re going to be able to throw in your makeup bag, as the gems and glitter will undoubtedly fall off but they’re perfect for your dressing table or vanity.
Out of all six quads, the Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette is the one I’m most tempted by but these quads are definitely giving me Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Eye Palette Vibes, and I think that’s possibly because they are trying to be dupes.
Most of the colour stories in the quads match up with quads in the Charlotte Tilbury range, but these are £10 each and the Tilbury quads are £40.
The shades within the Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette match up with the CT The Rebel Quad (or Green Lights as it was recently renamed).
The six palettes on offer are;
So Jaded – Luxuriant Greens
Quartz Crush – Pearlescent Pinks
Ocean Treasure – Bold Blues
Wild Oynx – Caliginous Hues
Hidden Jewels – Iridescent Purples
Diamonds and Pearls – Shimmery Nudes
For £10, these quads do feel expensive from a brand that originally started out with £1 eyeshadows, lipsticks and nail polishes.
You don’t get a lot of product for your money, but you’re obviously paying for the wow factor with the embellished lids.
The swatches of the Revolution Pro So Jaded Eyeshadow Palette look very pretty, and all six quads are available right now.