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Be Still my Blushing Heart!


I keep hearing (and seeing) more and more from Makeup Revolution. It seems like every week they are bringing out a new product, or extending a range. Before November, I have never heard of the brand! I was severely behind on the times. I did a big haul during their Black Friday giveaway that I am slowly (keyword: SLOWLY) working my way through.

During the haul, I purchased a Blushing Heart blusher and the Goddess of Love highlighter (in a seperate post). I noticed the similarities between the Blushing Heart blusher from Makeup Revolution and the Sweethearts blush from Too Faced. The difference between the two was the major difference in price! I'm a super fan of blushes! There are just so many varieties and colours that I drift off to paradise just thinking about them.


The packaging is very visually appealing. It's a pink heart shaped box, with the details inscribed in a reflective purple foil. The base which the blush sits in is a slightly less shiny gold foil. The box is very cute and girly, which is partially what drew me to them.


They never had the extended range of shades back when I bought these, so I picked the Blushing Heart shade in the blusher. It is triple baked, and has three stripes of colour; two being shimmery and one having also micro glitter in it.  There is a dusty, plummy pink; a golden coral pink and a deeper raspberry pink. You can use each stripe individually, or swirl them together to great a unique shade.

This is available on the Makeup Revolution website, and also in selected stores if you are lucky enough to have a Makeup Revolution stand, for only £4.99. 

Anyone tried the new colour range? I really want to do a more up to date haul of their more recent products, but I keep having to remind myself that every penny saved, is another cent to spend when I get to Sephora!

Louise x x

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