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Makeup Revolution GO! Palette



Cast your minds way, way back to Black Friday. You may remember that Makeup Revolution were giving away £25 worth of products for free. This was one of the goodies that came in that package! 

Makeup Revolutions Go! Palette includes everything that you would need for a full face look. The palette is perfect for when you are on the go (hence the name!), or for if you are extremely lazy like me and have t get ready in a hurry. There is a blusher, bronzer, highlighter, and six eye shadows. The palette can be fairly compared to the Tarte Rainforest After Dark Coloured Clay Eye and Cheek Palette. I don't have that palette, but I have seen many photos of it online, and would agree on their similarity.




The six eye shadows seemed to be picked with the intention of being used for everyday looks. They are super soft and buttery feeling. As you can see the pigmentation is very good! I'd have loved for the eye shadows to have been named, so I can say 'Oh! I used ... from the Go! Palette'. 

The blush, highlighter and bronzer are all of the same consistency and pigmentation as the eye shadows. The shades are great for me with my pale skin, as they show up very well.


The Blush is such a bright petal pink colour, and would be perfect for the upcoming spring season. The bronzer is a much more muted colour. It's a dirty pale brown colour, which I would most likely compare with Benefit's Hoola. It's great because it's not too orange or golden in tone. The highlighter is one of the best that I have ever tried! Is not too overfilled with shimmer which is what makes it so perfect!

Anyone else tried this palette? I'd love to know what you think!

Louise x x

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