Revolution is my favourite drugstore makeup brand, and I’ve been using their products ever since they launched in 2014. I’ve written over 350 reviews on their products both here on Makeup Muddle, and on my other beauty blog, and it’s amazing to see how far the brand has come since it originally launched.
We’ve seen them go from Makeup Revolution to Revolution Beauty, and they now have eight sister brands; Revolution Skincare, Revolution Haircare, I Heart Revolution, Revolution Pro, XX Revolution, Planet Revolution, Relove by Revolution, Makeup Obsession, and I imagine there’s a lot more to come.
When Revolution originally launched, they had a range which was almost entirely based on creating affordable dupes for popular high-end products (here’s a photo I took of their products a month after they first launched – haven’t they come a long way?)
Such as £4 dupes for the Urban Decay Naked Palettes, £5 dupes for the Stila Magnificent Metals Foils, £4 dupe for the Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Acid Palette and much, much more.
They did a great job at creating accessible, affordable and cruelty free drugstore dupes and because of that, gained traction very quickly.
Now they’re a lot more than dupes, and whilst they don’t now concentrate on creating just beauty dupe products, they still excite their customers with affordable alternatives for popular higher end launches.
Ultimate Revolution Dupes Directory
Revolution launch at least one product every week, and it’s hard to keep up with all of their many launches. I try my very best here on Makeup Muddle, and you can find all of my Revolution posts right here.
Seeing as the brand launches so many great dupes, I wanted to compile the ultimate Revolution dupes guide, letting you know which products within their product range are dupes for higher end products and let you know my thoughts on those that I’ve tried.
I’m going to keep updating this post as and when Revolution launch more products, so it’s always up-to-date with dupes from their makeup, skincare, body care and haircare collections. Keep on reading to see all of the dupes…
Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer Vs. Tarte Shape Tape Concealer
Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer
Price: £4.99 / $7
Volume: 4ml / 0.135 fl. oz
Shade Range: 50 shades available
Availability: Available from Revolution’s website, ASOS, ULTA, Boots and Superdrug.
Claims: The Revolution Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer is described as a lightweight yet full coverage concealer, with a matte finish covering blemishes, evening skintone, and counteracting dark circles. With a crease-proof, longwearing formula that lasts 16 hours.
Tarte Shape Tape Concealer
Price: $30 / £25
Volume: 10ml / 0.3381 fl.oz
Shade Range: 35 shades available
Availability: Available from Tarte’s website, Sephora and QVC.
Claims: The Tarte Shape Tape Concealer has a full-coverage formula with natural matte finish. It claims to have a crease-proof formula that won’t cake or settle with 16 hrs of flawless wear.
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