I couldn't resist trying there amazing Acid Brights palette which is an amazing dupe for the newly launched Urban Decay Electric palette. Yet this palette is only £4.00 compared to Urban Decay's £38.00. This is a real bargain but on trend product.
The packaging is pretty basic made of black and clear plastic with a big window showing you the strips of eyeshadows. It also comes with obligatory foam applicator which I don't recommend using as they don't give the same even finish which you can get with a brush.
Although not an exact dupe for the Urban Decay palette they definitely have the same feel. With both having focus on bright almost neon shades. Not for the faint hearted but alot of fun for any beauty fan to play around with.
The urban decay palette has 10 shades and although this palette is missing a red shade which the Urban Decay palette has. It does come with an extra two shades and is a lot more friendly on the wallet.
Make up Revolution say: THE ultimate palettes with ultra high payoff. A perfect mix of pearl, shimmer and matte shades. Totally collectable and a pure sellout.
Let have a closer look at the shades on offer -
Bright Pink - This is a blue based deep pink with an ever so slight pearl shimmer
White - A matte white. The least pigmented on the palette taking 4 swipes to get any sort of colour payoff.
Neon Yellow - A light matte neon yellow, Just like the white takes many swipes to get any sort of colour.
Neon Orange - A Bright neon Orange with a matte finish. Quite pigmented on even the first swipe.
Blue - A shimmery highly pigmented pure blue.
Light Blue - A metallic blue with strong silver shimmer.
Neon Purple - A really pigmented neon purple, with a matte finish.
Green - A pearly khaki green with strong yellow tones.
Neon Pink - A fairly pigmented bright matte Barbie pink.
Neon Green - A bright lime matte green, with good colour payoff.
Silver - A pigmented light silver with a strong gunmetal shimmer.
Black - A matte black takes a 3 to 4 swipes to get a black finish. More of a dark smoked grey.
Most colours need a good few swipes to give their full colour. Yet this palette is much more pigmented than other bargain palettes. The mattes were quite chalky which you can see in some of the swatches. the shades are really unique and really on trend for the current season. There was also a bit of fallout but for £4.00 I can't really complain. With an eye primer the colours, stay vivid all day and last well into the night.
Overall I really enjoyed this palette and the possibility of looks is endless. Although not the best eyeshadow palette defiantly one of the better bargain brands. I look forward to see what Makeup Revolution offer us in the future.
Have you tried Make up Revolution? Which of their products would you recommend? Would you be brave enough to wear these shades? Which shades do you like the look of? Let me know your thoughts by commenting below.
Lots of love,