Makeup Revolution Reloaded Palettes Review & Swatches. Makeup Revolution has been shaking the table lately, with the launch of their sensational new concealers, and their new reloaded palettes.
I have reviewed their concealers here, so in this post I will focus on the reloaded palettes.
MAKEUP REVOLUTION RELOADED PALETTES REVIEW & SWATCHES
The reloaded palettes are a series of 4 palettes, all with 15 shades each. Each palette has a specific colour scheme and is supposed to be a dupe for another more popular palette. Overall, I found them to have impressive pigmentation, especially for the price. There was a little bit of fall-out/dustiness, but that honestly doesn’t bother me if the pigmentation is there. I found that the shades stayed vibrant all day. I usually heavily prime my oily lids so I do not typically experience creasing with my eyeshadows. I found these to be easily blendable as you can see from the tutorial below.
I wanted to get the general comments about the formula, blendability and wear time out of the way so we can focus on the colours in each individual palette.
MAKEUP REVOLUTION RELOADED ICONIC FEVER PALETTE- URBAN DECAY NAKED HEAT DUPE?
Let’s start off with the most exciting one. This was actually the last palette I tested out of the four, because I had zero interest in the colour scheme of the Naked Heat palette. I mean, how many shades of brown are there? Many beautiful shades, as it turns out. This has unexpectedly become my favourite of the bunch. It contains everything I need for an everyday eyeshadow look: warm browns for my crease, shimmer shades for my crease, and a deep dark brown to define my crease. If you can only buy one palette, buy this one, and thank me later. See it in action below:
Brows: @anastasiabeverlyhills Brow Wiz in Dark Brown Eyeshadow: @makeuprevolution @revolutionbeautyusa Reloaded palette in Iconic Fever Base: @beautybakeriemakeup Cake Fave Concealer in You’re Brewtiful set with Yellow Flour @fentybeauty ProFiltr Foundation in 410 set with @katvondbeauty Blotting Powder in Deep Lipstick: @fentybeauty #mattemoiselle lipstick in Griselda Contour: @fentybeauty Espresso #MatchStix Lashes: @goddesscollection Lashes in Themis #anastasiabeverlyhills #norvina #fentybeauty #beautybakerie #makeuprevolution #makeuprevolutionusa #mrmakeup #abhbrows #katvondbeauty
MAKEUP REVOLUTION RELOADED ICONIC VITALITY PALETTE – ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS ABH MODERN RENAISSANCE DUPE?
My second favourite palette was the Iconic Vitality, which is a dupe for the ABH Modern Renaissance. I love the colour scheme of the MR, so I was really excited to try this out. I don’t own the MR, so I can’t speak for the actual quality, but I found the Makeup Revolution Iconic Vitality to be of a decent quality, for the price. I like that they included a black shade, and I think this is another great palette.
MAKEUP REVOLUTION RELOADED NEUTRALS 2 PALETTE REVIEW – LIME CRIME VENUS PALETTE DUPE
I believe this was created to be a dupe for the Lime Crime Venus palette. This was my third favourite of the bunch. The shades are gorgeous and pigmented but unfortunately, there wasn’t a shade dark enough to define my eyes, so it is not a standalone palette for me, but if you are of a lighter skintone, this would be amazing for you!
MAKEUP REVOLUTION RELOADED ICONIC DIVISION PALETTE REVIEW – ANASTASIA BEVERLY HILLS ABH SUBCULTURE DUPE?
Last but not least we have the Division palette which is supposed to be a dupe for the ABH Subculture. I’m going to be honest, I was so excited when subculture launched, but when the initial excitement died off, I just didn’t know what to do with this colour scheme on my skintone. It also doesn’t help that green is not my favourite colour. I could definitely make it work, I love that it has neutrals so I could do neutrals with a pop of green, but personally, this will be the palette I will reach for the least. That being said, that’s just personal preference on my part. If you do like these sorts of shades, the Makeup Revolution Iconic Division palette is great. The pigmentation is really good, and it is quite affordable too. So if you weren’t sure about dropping the big ABH bucks for an experimental colour scheme like this, this is a great way to try it out for cheap.
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