Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Revolution Forever Flawless Ice Palette Review

 

I recently was kindly sent the new(ish) Revolution Forever Flawless Fire & Ice palettes and I have to say, I was very excited by these two palettes - I really love the concept behind them, they both only retail for £10 and are in a nice easy to clean tin like packaging, which I'm a big fan of. 

I've already reviewed the Fire palette which you can check out here, now it's time to hear my thoughts on the Ice palette below. 

On first initial glance at the palette, I love the packaging - even though you can tell it was made affordably, it's easy to keep clean and isn't going to pick up dust in your palette collection or makeup bag so that's a win from me. The colours inside are gorgeous and have such a good range of blues in there with nothing too similar, the shades 'Drench' and 'Iceberg' really stand out for me - 'Drench' being this super unique, mint like green/blue kind of shade which I don't actually think I have in my collection - it swatched really nicely and looks very pastel on the eyes. Then we have 'Iceberg' which is a gorgeous electric blue type of shade, I'm a bit confused on the name choice as I feel this shade would've been better off being called 'Ocean' as the Ocean is a deep blue kind of shade - but that's just personal preference. I actually really appreciate that they've included a few more neutral type of shades in this palette so you can create some different looks or use it everyday and that 'Glass' shade is just gorgeous. 

I didn't actually realise until a while after having this palette that it looks very, very similar to Jeffree Star's Blue Blood palette; although I don't own that palette so I can't compare. All I will say is they're two very different budget range makeup brands, if I do get my hands on Blue Blood I will for sure do a comparison - let me know if that's something you'd like to see here on my blog/YouTube channel?


Swatches wise, there weren't many incosistencies amongst the shades, the only one which is very light is 'Dream' which actually turned out to be one of my favourite shades in the palette, once applied to the eyes so don't let swatches be the only story teller of a shadow!


Overall, I really like this palette and I thought the colours performed beautifully. I was saving this palette for a complete first impression style video however, it came in a lot of use for my 'ice princess' halloween makeup tutorial here. For £10, I'd definitely recommend this palette as I think it has some unique shades, you can shop from Revolution Beauty here.

Watch my chatty tutorial on my YouTube channel below:


Thanks for reading and until next time,
Much Love, Shiv xoxo

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