5 New Drugstore Finds

5 New Drugstore Finds
It's about time I tried some Makeup Revolution products, so when Laura from What Laura Loves got in touch via Twitter & asked if I'd be interested in a blog post collaboration titled '5 New Drugstore Finds', I ceased the opportunity. The next thing I knew I had spent £30 online at Makeup Revolution (easily done) and received a further £25 worth of free products - bargain! Since receiving my very large parcel, I've tried and tested a handful of the products and overall I'm very impressed.

Makeup Revolution I ♡ Makeup Naked Chocolate £7.99
I’ll admit as much as I love a bar of white chocolate, I’m not a big fan of the packaging. But nit-picking aside, this palette is a drugstore dream. The Makeup Revolution I ♡Makeup Naked Chocolate eyeshadow palette, consists of 16 neutral eyeshadows, with a mixture of matte and shimmer finishes. To my surprise the matte shades perform incredibly well and I experienced no fall out with the shimmery shades. This palette doesn't rival my MAC eyeshadow collection, but this eyeshadow palette does rival the likes of the Zoeva Cocoa Blend Eyeshadow Palette and out performs the Sleek Makeup Eyeshadow Palettes and costs just £7.99.

Makeup Revolution Lip Lava In Forgiven £2.99
Dubbed dupes for the Too Face Melted Lipsticks and priced at just £2.99, I had to pick up one of the Makeup Revolution Lip Lavas. I bought the shade 'Forgiven' and although a tad too brown for my liking, the formula is by far the best I've tried. It's intense, smooth, comfortable, creamy, fragrance free, opaque, long lasting (proven in shower), doesn't feel heavy or sticky on the lips and is formulated with vitamin E! The squeezy tube and sponge applicator, along with the formula please me greatly. 

Makeup Revolution The One Blush Stick In Matte Malibu £5.00
I've been after a NARS Matte Multiple for months, but the £30.00 price tag has made me a little hesitant. So after spotting the The One Blush Stick In Matte Malibu I had to give it a go. This blusher stick as the name suggests has a matte formula and is intensely pigmented.  Although a blusher stick, the product falls under the contouring category online at Makeup Revolution. However, the warm undertones make it a little difficult to chisel out my cheekbones, but it does warm up my complexion nicely. Overall the formulation is very good, but it would be nice to see the release of a cool toned matte brown to satisfy my contouring requirements. 

Makeup Revolution I ♡ Makeup Blushing Hearts Goddess of Love Highlighter £4.99
With strobing illuminating the beauty blogging community it only seemed right to purchase a new highlighter. The  I ♡ Makeup Blushing Hearts Goddess of Love Highlighter is a baked highlighter packaged in a pretty yet sturdy heart shaped box. The formulation is silky smooth and although the highlighter appears to be champagne in the box, when applied to the skin it has a slight violet/pink iridescence, which I rather like. With a generous 10g of product I won't be hitting pan anytime soon and I can't quite believe it only cost £4.99.

Makeup Revolution I ♡ Makeup Blushing Hearts Candy Queen of Hearts Blusher £4.99
Another baked box of goodness comes in the form of a triple baked blusher. The multi-coloured blush consists of three coral pink shades that can be worn individually or together. The formula is silky, but does produce a little fallout. But never the less these shades are perfect for my skin tone and leave a nice natural healthy glow on my cheeks. Comparable to Too Faced Sweetheart blushers, but at a fraction of the price - who can complain?

Make sure to head over to Laura's blog and check out her 5 new drugstore finds... 

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