Makeup Revolution ultra blush palette – Hot Spice

Lot’s of times drugstore products don’t end up in my basket because they’re just not pigmented enough. Not sure if that is a plus or not with blushes, but Makeup Revolution Hot Spice palette definitively belongs into pigmented category. And considering it costs 9 EUR it’s firmly in “not pricey” range.

First thing that caught my eye was durable packaging. I have no calms about traveling with this palette as I’m pretty sure it wont crack/break … In drugstore price range that is more of an exception than a rule. It fits into my hand, but then again I do have very large hands so I’m not good comparison. You get 6 blushes and 3 baked highlighters in plastics packaging with large mirror.


Revolution Ultra Blush Palette Hot Spice sunThree blushes do contain shimmer but I kind of don’t see it on my face. There is no huge difference in the “shine” factor among matte/satin or shimmery ones. Maybe I don’t put enough of product on the brush or I use brushes which don’t pick up shimmer well. In any case, I love the fact that Hot Spice blushes look more satin on me. Only thing that bothered me was not so great staying power. But then again, I usually have to pay a lot more to get good lasting power on my super oily skin.

And then comes the shocker – I like highlight the most. Truthfully I almost always use this palette just for the lightest highlighter. Didn’t I just tell you that I prefer not shimmery things?
But I can’t help myself – it makes my skin nice and glowy and young … But it’s not glitter or “in your face” shiny.

>Now if Makeup Revolution added cool brown shade in this palette, I would use it all the time. I know, I know – it’s a blush palette. But if they put highlighter in it, I’m being greedy and want shading color too.
If you want to know how pigmented are the shades, check out the video below:


How do you like Makeup Revolution products? Do you have favorite?

*I received item for review from Lič

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