I’m very picky when it comes to primers and foundations; but I’ve tried quite a few base products from Revolution at this point and most of the time, I’m very impressed, so I was keen to try their new Glass Liquid Skin Primer.
The Revolution Reloaded Provocative Eyeshadow Palette* is definitely “inspired by” the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette… but significantly cheaper at only £5.
I very rarely try new skincare products; but decided to pick up some things from Revolution Skincare a few months ago to see if they could help with my skin redness, sensitivity, and increasing dryness over winter. Here’s what worked for me, and what didn’t.
If you love eyeshadow but only finding yourself using half the shades in your palettes, it might be worth considering making your own custom palette. I recently uploaded a video on my custom eyeshadow palette, and I thought I’d share some of the things I’ve learned along the way while I was building it.
I know setting powders aren’t the most exciting products in the world, but I think they make a huge difference to the way my makeup looks. I have two setting powders from Revolution Pro that have quickly made their way into my everyday makeup routine.
My skin is already dry and prone to redness at the best of times – but in the colder months, it gets about ten times worse. Here are my top five affordable dewy foundations.