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Makeup Revolution All About Cream Blush Palette


Now, I love Makeup Revolution. When I first stared blogging, Makeup Revolution was just starting up, and everyone was realising this could just be the next biggest drugstore brand. Everything that I've purchased has been gold; no regrets what so ever. But, still, I ave my doubts when I picked up the All About Cream Blush Palette. I've had cream palettes where the product was so stiff and unworkable, which is how I thought this palette would have went. I'm so GLAD to say this is not the case!!


The Makeup Revolution All About Cream Blush Palette comes in the traditional slim, sleek black case with the golden writing actually embossed into the plastic. Previous palettes that I've bought have just had the golden writing as an overlay; ruling away after multiple uses. So far the embossing seems to be holding up better. The cream blushes are listed as being 'high pay off cream blushers'. I totally agree with that statement. The formula of the blushes are super silky and creamy that they will swatch beautifully. If it's a humid day I will set which ever blush I use with a translucent powder; just because they are so creamy.


The colours in this palette are a mix between pink and peachy shades. The blushes have no names which makes it really hard to refer to them. From the right to left of my swatches is: a darky peach that borders on being a bit brown; a light peachy pink; a mid tone peachy shade, and a hot coral shade.


The second row of cream colours, from right to left, is: a deeper pinky-red shade that I love; a hot bubblegum Barbie pink; a baby pink that is slightly more subdued than the previous, and a hot orange shade that I'm not too fond of.


Cream blushes are here to stay for me, and this Makeup Revolution Palette has everything I could need to get me through Spring. 

Louise x x


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