Revolution X Tammy Tropical Carnival Palette – Review & Swatches!

This fun little colorful palette absolutely PACKED with eyeshadows surely got my attention! Palettes like this just inspire me and make me think out looks to create i my head instantly. Those palettes are the best! Those that make you want to pick them up and be creative and this palette absolutely hit that nerve for me. Colorful looks are just the most fun.

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When it comes to Makeup Revolution you always get a good price. This one is only 10£ and it’s absolutely packed with shades from edge to edge. No space was unused when making this. The quality of Makeup Revolution can be so-so. They can be amazing for the price, just average, and some palettes I even had some troubles with. The Re-Loaded Iconic Division is still the worst palette I have tried so far this year. So you can get really lucky, or you can get something meh. In that matter they are a bit behind Colourpop who has a vvery conisisten and great quality, although I think they try to me like Colourpop judging by how fast they keep the new stuff coming.

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I have been quite lucky with my Makeup Revolution palettes lately though. So happy that I keep on buying new and good palettes from them, so I did have some good hopes for this one!

The packaging is their standars plastic packaging, but it’s so fun and colorful. You get a decent sized mirror inside, and although plastic does not exactly scream luxury, this one seems nice and sturdy. It just feels a bit more solid than the plastic palettes they had some years ago. Since all the space in the palette is filled with eyeshadow, there’s no room for having the shadow names anywhere. It’s on that famous plastic sheet we all love so much (I am being ironic but have to point it out since irony is hard to read). The shade names are also written on the back of the palette so if you loose that plastic sheet you are not completely lost though.

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You do get 7 shimmer shades, and 11 mattes. So in total you get 18 fun colors. Not a single neutral basic shade in this palette except the black that can arguably be a basic shade, but it’s such a handy one and it fits very well with the palette so I don’t mind at all. One thing I really like about this is that you have corresponding mattes and shimmers. So this palette is great if you want to do colorful monochromatic looks. A blue smoky eye with a shimmery blue on the lid, or a purple or green or a yellow one. And off course you can mix and match to make it fun. But I think the corresponding shades makes this palette very easy to use if you want to use colors but have a hard time mixing them or finding out what colors will match. When you look at this palette it’s kind of easy to see what colors go nicely together.

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But let’s talk about the quality. I want to chat about the shimmers first because that is easier. The formula is a bit dense, which means that I had to apply a bit more pressure on the brush to pick up the shadows and to place them on my lids. But besides that they are very rich in pigment and you can easily get them tru to color if you want. I didn’t really feel like they needed a damp brush either. They went on nicely and are very rich in pigment so I didn’t at all feel the need to spray my brush with setting spray as I am very prone to do. They didn’t really have that much fallout either. So all in all, I really do like them.

The mattes was a bit frustrating to begin with to be honest. They are a bit more dry and powdery than what I would prefer. I did my first few looks with this palette without having a base on my lids. I just applied it on bare lids and I found them do be a bit hard to build up and sadly they appeared a bit patchy. You know when some shades are a bit dusty and you blend them out they just seem to stick better to some parts of the lids than others, and that’s exactly what I experienced with these. To be honest I had to work quite a while to get the result I wanted. So upon first try I was a bit dissapointed.

But some shadows just needs a bit more help than others, and if you crack the code they can end up being decent after all. So I figured since they were quite dry they might have some problems sticking to my skin properly since I don’t have oily lids at all. So I put on a really sticky base and that made the world of a difference! Stamping them on a sticky base rather than swiping them on a clean lid made such a difference and they were much more vibrant and very much easier to work with. After doing a few looks with a sticky base I kind of got used to how they worked, and I found that they applied very nicely. I didn’t have any issues with problems bulding them up, or them getting patchy after I started using them with a tacky base. So that really did the trick for me, and kind of changed my whole impression with this palette.

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As with the shimmers, most of the mattes have nice pigment. There where two exceptions that I felt could have been a bit more rich and that was the navy shade “Navy” and the purple shade “Girlies”. I found them to apply a bit more sheer to color than what they look like in the pan and was not really able to fully build them up. But besides not being the richest and deepest shades in the palette, they did look nice in the end. They just don’t apply to be as deep as they look in the pan.

Another little issue that someone might find problematic is that the blue shades stain the eyes. My eyes got stained even when using a base, and the stain lasted all day even after trying to wipe it away with makeup remover. I did use the Revolution Cut Crease Canvas as a base and my eyes got stained either way. Just for fun I did a quick test with MAC paintpot as a base, and then I didn’t experience staining. So the base you use could make a big difference. Still, having my eyelids stained blue for a while made me look like I had bruised my eye, so I would maybe not recommend using the blues the day before a big event if any kind.

I think after I figured out how to work with this palette and used a properly sticky base, I was happy with how the shadows performed. The quality is not mindblowing but the pigmentation on most of the shades are definitly good. If you want a cheap colorful palette to create some fun looks with would say it’s worth it if you are willing to work a bit with the shadows because you can surely make a lot of bright fun looks using this.

Have you tried this palette. Was it a hit or miss for you?

XOXO

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L’Oreal Pure Clay Exfo Mask – Review!

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Is it just me or did L’Oreal relase some interesting skincare items ltely? I always apprecate a good mask. I probably use masks 4 or more times a week, so I enjoy testing out new ones. And being a quite frequent user I also enjoy testing out affordable options (my chickens don’t lay gold eggs I am afraid).

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This is a clay mask with exfoliating properties that is supposed to clarify the skin and get rid of dead skin. It contains three different types of clay as well as read algae to clear the skin. I don’t really have problems with unclear skin, so I can’t really tell how that works, but I did find that the mask left my skin looking very refreshed and glowing.

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I do feel the exfoliating effect when washing it of. It’s definitly there, but it’s not very harsh. If you hve sensitive skin that’s probably a good thing, but I would prefer something a bit more abrasive.

It’s not a moisturizing mask, but it did not strip my skin of moisture as I feel some cleansing masks can do. Sometimes I preffer to do a cleansing mask fist, and then a moisturizing one after to balance the skin a bit better, but with this it was enough to just put on a serum and a moisturizer.

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Now, I almost out of it, and the big question is off course if I should buy it again? I am a bit torn. First of all I like how refreshed and clean my skin looks after use, and I do like that it does not take any moisture away from my skin, but on the other hand I don’t really feel like it does an awfull lot more than many of the other masks I’ve tried. Also, the packaging is a bit…..dull.

Overall a decent product that definitly  did some good for my skin, but it just did not wow me.

I think I would rather try another one hoping to find something exciting and good rather than picking up this one again.

Have you tried this? Or what is your favorite clay mask?

XOXO

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Makeup Revolution X Tammy Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – 6 Makeup Looks!

This palette immediately caught my attention, and if you enjoy playing with color just as much as I do then you know exactly why. This palette is just packed with all the colors of the rainbow and a few more. Playing with these kind of palette are usually (if they are good quality) very much fun!

So I had some playtime and came up with a few colorful looks!

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – J’Ouvert, Saint Cathrine, Bacchanal, Navy, Greenz, Shortknee, Calypso, Jab Jab.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Revolution Pro Pigment Pomade – Paper White.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • Blush Tribe Pigment – Snow.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – Mas, Girlies, Jab Jab, Destinee, Soca, J’Ouvert, Spice Island, Trini.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • H&M Colour Esence Eye Pencil – Into The Blue.
  • Becca Ocean Jewel Highlighter Palette – Aquamarine.
  • Dumb Blonde Cosmetics – Glitter 19.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Colourpop BFF Mascara – Blue Ya Mind.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – Trini, Spice Island, Bacchanal, Shortknee, Spiced Rum, Jab Jab.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Revolution Pro Pigment Pomade – Trendy Turquoise.
  • Becca Ocean Jewel Highlighter Palette – Aquamarine, Pink Pyrite.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Dumb Blonde Cosmetics Glitter.
  • NYX Faux Whites Inner Eye Brightener – Mintcream.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – Definitely, Saint Cathrine, Jab Jab, Greenz, Calypso.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Kiko Glamorous Eye Pencil – 412.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Blurred Lights.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.
  • Dumb Blonde Cosmetics Glitter – 15.

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – Trini, Pink Panther, Spice Island, Spiced Rum, Jab Jab.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Revolution Pro Supreme Dip Liner – White.
  • Etude House Oh M’Eye Liquid Liner – Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Liquid Liner – Gold.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Goldie Luxe.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

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  • Tammy X Revolution Tropical Carnival Shadow Palette – Girlies, Navy, Shortknee, Jab Jab, Nothing Hill, Calypso, Destinee, Soca.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Revolution Cut Crease Canvas – Halo.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dream Glowkit – Ethereal.
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil – Honey.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

Playing with colors is always so much fun. It just sparks creativity in a completely different way than neutrals do (although I love a good neutral palette too). I have to admit I had some issues with this palette, but I managed to figure out how to make it work for me. All those thoughts will be shared in the review going live on Wednesday, so stay tuned to read that!

Also, remember you can get updated on my posts through Instagram as well, so hope to see you there too!

XOXO

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My top 5 favorite Colorupop products!

I have said on several occation both on my Instagram and here that I cannot possably pick a favorite Colourpop palette. I could fairly easily pick out a few that would not be my favorte (Like She, Golden State Of Mind, Yes Please), but I just would not be able to pick say a top 5. There are just too many I love.

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But what I can do is to talk about my top 5 products from the brand! I haven’t tried everything, but I have actually been through quite a lot of their line. I am missing a few producuts like the jelly much shadows, the stick foundation and a few other items, but for the most part I know my way around the brand. So I want to talk to you about the things I treasure the most! So in no specific order, here are my top 5 products from Colourpop:

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1.Pressed Powder Eyeshadows: Even though I find it to be an impossible task to pick my favorite palettes from Colourpop, they are just too many good ones, I can’t make a post about my favorites withouth talking about their eyeshadows. They are just fantastic for the price, actually they are fantastic regardless of the price, but it’s nice to get great stuff for little money. Now I am specifically thinking about their pressed powder eyeshadows, and both the single pan ones and the ones in the palettes are equally good. The general quality of the shadows are usually very consistent, and that’s one of the very great things. When I order a Colourpop palette, no matter what color or finish it is, I can trust the quality to be great. I am pretty sure these are one of the finest eyeshadows within this price range. And since Colourpop is Colourpop and release palettes almost faster than people change their socks, they naturally have a palette option avaliable for every preference out there. I just love these palettes, and keep on buying them. I am actually a bit scared to think about how big my Colourpop Eyeshadow collection must be 2 years from now, but I just enjoy them so much!

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2. No Filter Concealer: The No Filter Concealer is also a big hit for me. By far my favorite item of all the items in the No Filter line. I love how it looks like a concealer. It gives nice coverage, blend easily, it does not rease or emphasize fine lines, and I just really like how it looks. It also works great as an eyeshadow base for me, and since the tip is very presice and easy to control I also use this concealer to cut the crease, and I don’t even have to go in with a brush because the applicator is fine enough. So this is just a great concealer and a great multi-tasker for only 6.50$.

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3. Colourpop BFF Mascara: Do you know any other brand that has as many colorful mascaras as Colourpop have? Coloeful mascaras has been a gap in my collectino that I have been unable to fill. Before these released, a colorful liquid lipstick or liquid liner was what I would have to use to get some colorful lashes. Now I got it a whole lot easier just applying some fancy colors with a mascara wand. Also these mascaras are very volumizing and pigmented so the colors actually show up! Such a lovely and unique product. Or, maybe not the product is unique, but the amazing range of colors surely is. In this department I think Colourpop is unmatched. I am not aware of any other brands that offers something even close.

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4. Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Highlighter: The Super Shock Highlighters is one of their really old school products. These highlihgters was actually one of the very first products I picked up from Colourpop. At first I liked them, but I did not love them. It just took me some time to figure out how to properly make them work for me. I don’t like applying things with my fingers, so the key to falling in love with these highlighters was just a matter of finding the right tool to apply. And now that I do (it’s a synthetic highlighter brush) these is among my all time favorite highlighter formula. Not just a favorite among Colourpop products but these highlighters are a highly valued addition to my fairly large highlighter collection. I have some in singles and some in palettes, and the formula is just so lovely. My oldest one, Lunch Money, is three years old now and still works like a charm (It’s almost finished actually) so I don’t experience having a problem with these drying out as with the Super Shock Shadows. Just the loveliest highighters and I much prefer these to their pressed powder highlighters.

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5. Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed Glitter Gel: The final amazing Colourop product I want to talk about it their Glitterally Obsessed glitter gels! These are by far my most used glitters because they are so mess free and easy to apply. It’s just so easy to add a bit of sparkle to a look with these glitter gels withouth making a mess on your vanity, and withouth having glitter fallout all over your face after a few hours. These just stay in place, and these’s no need for a glitter glue. Plus they also come in a whole lot of stunning sparkly colors!

What are your favorite products from Colourpop?

XOXO

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Garnier Fructis Macadamia Hair Food Hair Mask – Review!

I usually stick to makeup reviews, but sometimes I get inspired to share some haircare or skincare items I have formed an opinion about. So today I am chatting about this hair mask that I have used lately.

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I have thin nordic hair that have a bit of curl in them. That means my hair gets avfully quickly tangled and dry, while at the same time it easily feels heavy and flat by certain products. So for me the key is to find something that softens and gives moisture withouth making my hair feel heavy.

This hair treatment I have used for quite some time now. The jar is 390 ml, which is a nice amount of product. Since I also have a bit of length to my hair, and like to apply masks to my scalp as well, I tend to run out of smaller jars after 3-4 uses. This one has already lasted me 8 treatments while using a generous amount of product and I still have probably at least two more treatments. So it’s a big bonus for me that I don’t have to run out and by a new one all the time. If I pick up a couple of these I am settled for a few months.

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This one is made specifically for dry and unruly hair, and thats my hairs trademark I feel like, so no wonder I really like how this works. I feel like it’s soothing to my scalp as well. I like to apply it on dry hair about 20 minutes before a shower. It’s fairly easy to wash out, even if I put in a generous amount, and it does not leave any residue on my scalp or hair. My hair feels softer after use, it definately feels more moisturized, and it stays tangle free for at least a couple of days after use (very good for being my rude hair).

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Surely, this monsterous tub of hair mask is not the most luxurious thing you can put in your bathroom self, and won’t serve as a display piece, but it gets the job done, at least if you have hair like mine.

As a bonus it’s vegan, and it’s cheap! So if your hair are a bit on the dry side this is a cheap but efficient (and lovely scented) product that I for sure will repurchade again. Recommended!

Do you have a favorite hair mask? Leave me a tip in the comments!

XOXO

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Tarte High Tides And Good Vibes Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!

Yes, I totally fell for that adorable splashing ocean packaging with a cute turtle on. I mean, I have a masters degree in marine ecology and surely must have some sort of affection to anything oceanic, although there is no turtles up here north of the wall. This is off course just a long way of saying that I bought it mainly for the packaging. The packaging is awesome, sure a bit heavy and bulky, but besides that the prettiest thing I have seen so far this year, not to mention unique.

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The palette is nice on the inside as well, but I have to empasize again that this is a pretty impressive packaging especially considering the palette was not really that expensive. You get a decent sized mirror too, and the arrangement of shadows on the gold background is surely stunning.

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You get 8 shadows in this palette, and the middle row of 4 shades are actually pressed glitters. Let’s talk about these glitters first. I know that pressed glitter is palettes is a matter of taste, some hate them with a passion while others (like me) actually enjoy having some glitters popped in the palette. I personally like to keep my palettes nice and clean, so I wipe them off after every use. So I don’t really feel pressed glitters mess up my palettes to much. I actually really appreciate having some different textures to play with in a palette. These glitters are quite finely milled, and are almost dry to the touch. I can’t really feel a waxy base that you sometimes can with these glitters. Surely there is some kind of media binding it all together, but to the touch it just feels like glitter. They do work nicely as a sparkly topper, but I found them quite hard to pick up with a brush. Harder than most of my other pressed glitters. I don’t mind using my fingers if I want to apply a wash of glitter all over the lid, but when I want that detailed placement, or just a tiny bit in my inner corner I found it a bit unpractical that they were so hard to pick up. If you can manage to put them on, they are pretty though, although not really a match to my beloved Glitterally Obsessed from Colourpop or ant of my loose glitters for that matter.

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In terms of eyeshadows you get 4 mattes and 4 shimmers. The mattes are all quite light in color. Thats not a problem if you want to create a nice blue, navy or bronze shimmery smoky eye and just blend out the crease with a shade. For that purpose this palette is actually spot on. It’s kind of like it was made for shimmery smokey eyes with a wash of glitter. But I found that the palette lack a bit of depth. With that said, I am happy with the performance of the matte shades. Even the pale blue is good. But I just felt like this palette lacked a bit of dimention.

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All of the darker shades in this palette are shimmers. There is one light champagne shimmer, but the rest are all darker shades. Again, if your jam is shimmery smoky eyes this is not a bad palette, but I would have much preferres if at least one or two of the dark shades where mattes, I feel like it would be so much easier to create a halo eye, or a cut crease, or just anything else than a smoky eye if the palette just had some deeper mattes. Quality-wise the shimmers are not bad. Not the richest and smoothest of shades but at least with a  bit of building up I had no issues getting the color from the pan to appear just as vibrant on my eyes. My favorite shade was off course the Cobalt blue, and that one did not dissapoint. Actually, a blue smoky eye with that shade is just stunning!

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The overall impression is that for me the palette is all worth it for the pretty packaging, but that the shadows inself are a bit lackluster due to the lack of depth and therefore lack of options. Although the shadows and glitters are good they are not winning any prices in my collection (meaning I own better stuff!). However, if you are a shimmery smoky eye lover, and especially if you like blue, this is actually a palette that is basically tailored for your needs. If you like do do different styles of makeup I think you won’t miss this in your collection, unless you are like me and adore the packaging a bit too much.

Have you tried this palette? What is your opinion?

XOXO

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Makeup Hauls – August 2019!

OK, so the hauls collected in August is quite a bit less than what I got in June, but I have a pile of things I need to review and I really need to slow down on collecting more palettes untill I work my way through a bit. So I am trying to limit myself a bit. Not being too successful but at least there is a decrease in stuff since last month.

Anyway, you may notice something strange, and that is that there are no Colourpop hauls this time. That’s actually the first time since I started writing these monthly hauls. There is just always something from Colourpop. Off course, I did order something, it’s just that the parcel arrived two days into September, so those items (which are delicious little things by the way) will be presented in the next haul post.

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Since I already love Makeup Revolution Fast Base Stick foundation, and really really like the Conceal & Define foundation I figured it could not hurt to test out their Matte Base Pore Blurring Full Coverage Foundation. I haven’t heard that much about it and it’s been a while since it came out. It’s kind of the same thing with these Makeup Revolution Eye Glisten thingies. There is one liquid shadow on one side, and a glitter on the other side. I picked up the shade Yours Truly (pink) and It’s Fate (Champagne and silver). No wonder that they release a bunch of stuff we never hear about. I mean no one in the world’s got time to review all their releases unless they were solely a Makeup Revolution review site. Anyway, I am excited to try these. Would you like to now what I feel about these? Or is the reason for the quiet around them that people are indifferent?

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BH Cosmetics released some beautiful stuff lately as well! I picked up the beautiful Glowing in Greece blush and highlighter palette. It’s so so pretty! It rarely happens to me that I find the blush palette to be the most attractice in a collection but this time around that was the case. I also picked up the palette Summer In St.Tropes. It does have both some fun shades as well as more neutral options, which is something I love. But I have to admit the blues and the yellows was what drew me in. I hope the quality will be similar to the Weekend Festival palette, which is in my opinion the best palette BH Cosmetics have made.

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Also, I was lucky enought to recieve some PR from Dumb Blonde Cosmetics, and I got the Tropic Like It’s Hot collection featuring 4 summery fun pigments, and 4 glitters.

I don’t showcase much PR on my blog or IG and the reason being I don’t really get much at all. Almost every time a brand reach out I do decline the offer. And I never reach out to brands to tell them about my excistence either. My philosophy is that I have so much makeup already, and I can afford to buy basically what I want, so I don’t see any point in recieving PR unless it’s actually something I would have liked to buy myself. After all my pile of new makeup is more than large enough to feed me with review material for my blog for months and months, and I don’t need free stuff I don’t really want to clutter up. I do think it’s better that I just buy the things I really want. But when this brand reached out I did a rare thing and happily accepted, because her products looks so cute.

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And sure thing, the glitters are so cute! I do love chunky glitter and that is also a part of my collection that I feel like expanding. Chunky glitter can just save any look! So after receaving the PR package I was so happy with the products that I ordered these glitters as well, I even got some free samples thrown in the order which is so nice! Now I have a bunch of chunky goodess to add to looks.

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I got some more palettes too! From Makeup Revolution. I already got two palettes from ther Forever Flawless series and I am quite happy with the formula on these. They are cheap, the packaging is nice, and the shadows are among the better ones from Makeup Revolution. So when they ca out with the Forever Flawless Ice palette, I just had to. It reminds me of simething though, because it looks awfully much like a Blue Blood dupe.

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I am not a big fan of the food palette trend that’s been going on lately. I don’t want pizza palettes, or burger palettes, or milkshake palettes. Especially when they are shaped like mentiond food item. It’s just not my thing. But a regularly shaped palette with an Avocado theme I can get on board with. Besides I love green, and this palette looks so pretty. So the Makeup Revolution Avocado Palette had to be mine!

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And so did this Turkish Delight palette (again something foody). This is the first one of the chocolate bar palettes I’ve tried. They never really tempted me, ut this one did! I love the color story, and also that there are several different textures in this palette including glitters! And glitter just makes me happy!

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The last item is also a palette, but for your cheeks! The Balm just have the cutest